BERLIN - Should access to Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” be restricted because it propagates hate and has the potential to inspire followers? Or should it be distributed widely as evidence of the era’s horrors?
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For the entirety of Germany’s postwar history, Adolf Hitler’s infamous manifesto of hate, Mein Kampf, has been out of print. Thanks to the Bavarian government and the vagaries of German copyright law, however, that’s about to change... Read Post
A civil court in Munich has blocked a British publisher's plans to print excerpts of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" in Germany later this month.The court ruled Wednesday that British publisher Peter McGee's plans to disseminate portion... Read Post