11 June 2000 Prague publisher Michal Zitkov was accused on 5 June of disseminating Nazi propaganda by publishing and distributing the first European edition of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf that did not carry a disclaimer concerning the German dictator’s hateful words. Prague police began raiding local bookstores that same day in an attempt to confiscate […]

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