Nazi book’s a big Hit-ler

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AN edi­tion of Mein Kampf – Adolf Hitler’s Nazi man­i­festo – has be­come a non-fic­tion best-seller in Ger­many. More than 85,000 copies of the 2,000-page book have been sold since it was first pub­lished a year ago.

It is pub­lished by the Munich-based In­sti­tute for Con­tem­po­rary His­tory, which spent years adding com­ments to Hitler’s orig­i­nal text in an ef­fort to high­light his pro­pa­ganda and mis­takes. Despite its in­cen­di­ary and anti-Semitic con­tent, the book was not banned in Ger­many.

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