Frankfurter Declines to Sit in Supreme Court Review of “mein Kampf” Case

Justice Felix Frankfurter refused to sit in on deliberations of the Supreme Court while it considered the “Mein Kampf” case, it was learned today.

The court declined to review a lower court decision which gave Houghton, Mifflin Company a virtual monopoly of the publication of the works of Adolf Hitler in America. Stack pole Sons, Inc. and the Telegraph press contested the Hitler copyrights, contending that Hitler was a citizen of no country when the copyrights were obtained.

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