Adolf Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ Sells Out After Week on German Bookshelves

Mein_Kampf pd-compressedMAINZ, Germany (NBC News) The first 4,000 copies of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” have sold out less a week after a new annotated version of the Nazi leader’s manifesto hit German bookstores.

Publishers also received 15,000 pre-orders before sales even started on January 8, said Simone Paulmichl of Munich-based Institute of Contemporary History (IFZ), the government-funded research institution that produced the book.

“We were quite surprised that there were so many advance orders, despite the fact that people did not even have the chance to take a first look in bookstores,” she said. IFZ did not say when the next print run would be.

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  • Nidalap

    It translates into English as “My Life”. Amusingly, that is the title of Bill Clinton’s autobiography! 🙂

    • Amos Moses

      Thought is was “My Struggle”.

      • Nidalap

        Nope! According to the great Googly-moogly, ‘My Life’. 🙂

      • Nidalap

        You are correct! I have been mistaken on that translation for quite some time now, it seems! For some reason, I thought you were talking about Clinton’s book. My bad, Coach! 🙂

        • Amos Moses

          Kewl dewd. But really life is a struggle. Probably not that far off.

  • Bezukhov

    Did someone remember to send Jesus a copy?