Germany’s controversial new version of ‘Mein Kampf’ is now a bestseller

It’s been called one of the most dangerous books in history, a tome that has stoked hatred ever since it helped Adolf Hitler rise to power. The reputed might of Mein Kampf, or “My Struggle,” is so strong that the book was banned for 70 years in Germany. But last year, a copyright expiration brought Hitler’s manifesto back to German bookshelves—and, as Melissa Eddy reports for The New York Times, the book is now a bestseller.

Read here the full article written by Erin Blakemore.


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