New edition of Mein Kampf set to land on German bestseller lists

Annotated version of Adolf Hitler’s opus, which ‘unmasks his false allegations, whitewashing and outright lies’, will debut at 20 on non-fiction chart after publishers received 15,000 orders A new critical edition of Mein Kampf is set to make its debut on German bestseller lists this weekend, after Adolf Hitler’s political manifesto went on sale in the country last week for the first time since the second world war.The German book trade paper Buchreport, which puts together the charts for the news magazine Der Spiegel, has said that the 2,000-page annotated version of the Nazi text, which costs €59, will be in 20th position on the non-fiction bestseller chart in Der Spiegel on Saturday. Related: High demand for reprint of Hitler's Mein Kampf takes publisher by surprise Related: The Guardian view on Mein Kampf: a good new edition of a very bad old book | Editorial Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

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