How Germany Fights Nazis

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The copyright of Hitler’s autobiographical manifesto, “Mein Kampf” expires this year and there are plans to republish the text. Yet, Germany has fought hard to distance itself from its dark past. So what are Germany’s anti-Nazi laws?

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Hitler’s Mein Kampf Will Be Reprinted in Germany for the First Time Since World War II
http://time.com/3721668/hitler-mein-kampf-reprinted-germany/
“Reprints of Adolf Hitler’s autobiography Mein Kampf will be hitting bookstores across Germany once more – the first time since the Nazi leader’s death.”

Stuttgart Seeks to Ban Anti-Fascist Symbols
http://www.dw.de/stuttgart-seeks-to-ban-anti-fascist-symbols/a-1952743
“A crossed-out swastika reminiscent of a no-parking sign or a little stick person throwing a swastika into a garbage can are images often used by the left-wing movement in Germany.”

Hands Off Germany’s Neo-Nazi Party
http://latitude.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/12/18/hands-off-germanys-neo-nazi-party/
“Last Friday appeared to be a good day for German democracy.”

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Are Nazis On The Rise In Europe?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ldonJoxL6I

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