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Topic - Peter Mcgee
A British publisher says he's putting on hold plans to print excerpts of Adolf Hitler's infamous memoir "Mein Kampf" in Germany under the threat of legal action from the state of Bavaria.
A state government in Germany is looking at legal measures to prevent a British publisher's plans to reproduce excerpts from Adolf Hitler's infamous memoir "Mein Kampf" in Germany.
"The problem with this book in Germany is that because it's unavailable, because it's been blocked in Germany, it's been allowed to develop this mystique," he said. "If you shine a very bright light on it so people can see it for themselves with some structure and analysis, I think it will be one small part of demystifying the aura, the taboo that exists around it."
McGee told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from London that his attorney has advised him otherwise, and that he plans to go ahead with the publication of the segments as an insert to his weekly "Zeitungszeugen" magazine.