Trivia / Mein Kampf

  • Banned in China: Banned in many countries. Note that, unlike Nazi iconography and music, it is actually not banned by law in Germany (a 1979 legal decision declared that it could not be subject to laws against "unconstitutional propaganda" as it was first published before the introduction of the then (West) German constitution). However, until its copyright term ended in 2015, the Free State of Bavaria, which owned the rights to the booknote , refused to allow any copying or printing of it. In January 2016, the first post-Nazi edition of the book to be published in Germany was released, with much negative critical commentary added and at the high price of 59 euros.
  • Old Shame: For Germany. Officially, no less.