(LONDON DAILY MAIL) — Adolf Hiter’s autobiography Mein Kampf – a hate-filled book post-war Germany has fought to keep out of the bookshops – is to make a comeback in schools.

German authorities announced today that when the copyright to the hate-filled tome expires in three years’ time, an ‘annotated’ version will be made available to students across the country.

The state of Bavaria, which became the heir to all of Hitler’s works, property and money following his 1945 suicide in Berlin, said it was important for Germany to publish versions for children with expert analysis and comments from historians in them which refute his ideology.

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