Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" was banned in Germany for decades. When it was finally republished it became a bestseller there. The book's publishers say 85,000 copies were sold in 12 months. It's surprisingly strong sales seem to be driven not by an interest in the hatred within its pages; but more by the arguments in there that so utterly discredit it. CGTN's Guy Henderson has more from Berlin.
Updated 10:32, 28-Jun-2018