Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Bet there's a translation pretty quick

“Hitler, Mein Kampf, A Critical Edition,” includes about 3,500 annotations by a team of scholars and historians.

Germany’s Latest Best Seller

The dual-volume doorstop of a meticulously historically annotated version of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” was one of Germany’s best-selling works of nonfiction last year, its publisher said on Tuesday, announcing that it would bring out a sixth run at the end of the month.

Originally published in the 1920s and banned for seven decades in Germany, the new version, “Hitler, Mein Kampf, A Critical Edition,” spent 35 weeks on Der Spiegel’s best-seller list and sold about 85,000 copies, according to the Institute of Contemporary History in Munich.

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