Hitler's autobiography goes back on sale in Germany.
FOX's Simon Owen reports from the European bureau:
German bookseller manager Michael Lemling calls it the worst book he's ever stocked, but he believes it's important that Adolf Hitler's, 'Mein Kampf' is available.
The book written in 1924, details Hitler's ultra-nationalist and anti-Semitic views. It was banned after the war, but January 1 saw the copyright expire.
The first new version hitting shelves today, an annotated edition which the authors say exposes the false information Hitler spread.
Nevertheless, some Jewish groups have raised concerns.
In London, Simon Owen, FOX News.