For 70 years, any publication of "Mein Kampf" - the only book ever written by Adolf Hitler - has been strictly prohibited. This week, though, it re-enters the public domain and a 2,000-page critical edition will be available in Germany from January 11th. In France, one publisher is also considering releasing an annotated version. There is of course concern that although the book is easily accessible on the internet, it could again become a reference for members of the far-right.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Emerald Maxwell and Elom Marcel Toble