2 April 2000 Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf (My Struggle) has become a bestseller in the Czech Republic. The Prague publishing house Otakar II has already sold around 10,000 copies since its release on 21 March. The firm’s director, Michal Zitko, took advantage of Czech legislation that allows an author’s work to be published without permission […]

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