economictimes.com
December 11, 2013

Germany’s Bavaria state has pledged to maintain an effective post-war ban on Adolf Hitler’s manifesto “Mein Kampf”, sparking a dispute over academic freedom.

Since World War II, copyright holder Bavaria has blocked any reprints of the 1924 book in which Hitler railed against the “Jewish peril” and foreshadowed the Holocaust.

Bavaria holds the rights to “Mein Kampf” (My Struggle) because Hitler was officially a resident of Munich when he died, but those rights expire at the end ..

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