Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” should be released in Germany, a prominent Jewish author says. Novelist Rafael Seligmann said it would be an “exercise in truth” to release the book so German readers could see for themselves the seeds of Hitler’s plans for exterminating the Jews and for expanding German dominion eastward. The State of Bavaria, which owns the rights to the book, has banned publication in Germany.
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