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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, September 10, 1982

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AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Dutch legal authorities will
take steps if the Dutch
translation of Hitler's
"Mein Kampf," which was
recently published in Bel-
gium and is now on sale
there, is offered for sale in
Holland.
The Dutch authorities in-
tend to base the ban on sale
of the book and prosecution
of anyone who violates the
ban on an anti-
discrimination law which
makes all publications in-
citing racial or religious
discrimination a criminal
offense. Violation of the law
is punishable by a
maximum six-month prison
sentence and an optional
fine.
"Mein Kampf' is actually
not prohibited reading mat-
ter in Holland. Second-hand
copies can be purchased and
the book can be inspected in
all the larger public lib-
raries but it cannot be bor-
rowed.
The Association of Dutch
Publishers has protested
against the ban of the Dutch
translation of the book as a
violation of freedom of the
press. An association
spokesman claimed that the
publication of the book does
not represent a public
danger. Some are arguing
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book can be an effective way
to combat fascism.

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