Two people charged over book of Hitler’s speeches
The police have charged two people over the publication of a book of Adolf Hitler’s speeches, a police spokeswoman said on Friday. The accused, one of whom is the book’s publisher, face charges of genocide denial. The book with selected speeches delivered by the Nazi leader between 1939 and 1942 was published in the Czech Republic and Slovakia last year; after several booksellers pulled it off the shelves, it is now only sold on the internet. The publisher said it gave people the chance to form their own opinion.