(THE LOCAL, GERMANY) — A German court has banned a British publisher from printing extracts of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler’s book “Mein Kampf,” upholding a ruling that doing so would break copyright laws.

Peter McGee, who planned to publish parts of the anti-Semitic book alongside commentary from historians, vowed to appeal against the decision but said he would respect the ruling and refrain from publication for now.

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