BERLIN – As Germany wrestles with whether to finally permit the publication of Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf,” controversies in a number of European countries make it seem as though World War II never ended. One has to wonder if, with the passing of the generation that actually fought the war, the time hasn’t come to set a cut-off date for its use by politicians.
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