Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" has become a runaway success in Germany after its first publication in the nearly half a century during which it was banned, selling out within a week. This comes at a time of rising violence against refugees across the country and reports of sexual assaults by Muslim assailants, which have worsened relations in the nation.
RT's Lindsay France speaks with journalist Marcus Graetsch about the book's newfound popularity in the current climate in Europe.
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