Adolf Hitler’s Manifesto ‘Mein Kampf’ To Return To German Bookstores
For the first time in decades, Adolf Hitler’s manifesto, “Mein Kampf,” is making a return to bookstores, NBC News reports.
A historical research center in Munich, the Institute of Contemporary History (IFZ), will publish a new annotated version of the manifesto in January.
The decision to publish Mein Kampf is arising because the copyright on the book is about to expire.
Currently the copyright belongs to the Bavarian government, given to them after the end of the Second World War. Since holding the copyright, the Bavarian government has restricted the publishing of the book out of respect for victims of the Holocaust.