Keep your fiscal powder dry. Barry Eichengreen

Timothy W. Ryback

Timothy W. Ryback

Timothy W. Ryback is author of “Hitler’s Private Library: The Books that Shaped His Life” and “The Last Survivor: Legacies of Dachau”, a “New York Times” Notable Book for 2000. His forthcoming book, “Hitler’s First Victims: The Beginning of the Holocaust”, will be published in October 2014. Ryback has written for numerous publications, including “The Atlantic”, “The New Yorker”, and “The New York Times”. He is co-founder of the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation in The Hague, and deputy director general of the Académie Diplomatique Internationale in Paris.

Last updated on 16.04.2014

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Advantages of publishing "Mein Kampf"

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The €500,000 Solution

To publish or not to publish? That is no longer the question. What remains to be done after the “Mein Kampf” copyright expires in 2015 is to provide an antitoxin to its content – and Bavaria has just the right medicine.

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