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  • Mein Kampf could return to the German syllabus
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Mein Kampf could return to the German syllabus

Mein Kampf – Adolf Hitler’s racist and notoriously anti-Semitic book – could soon be returning to German classrooms after a teachers’ organisation called for the work to be added to the syllabus. Bound to cause much turbulence, why are teachers pushing for the book’s return?

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