A scholarly edition of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" has been published in Germany. Is the book dangerous? Also, Bremen celebrates a film classic, an Iraqi comedian fights against IS and we remember composer Pierre Boulez.
A critical edition of Hitler's notorious manifesto was published a year ago - and became a bestseller in Germany. Historian Peter Longerich discusses the strengths and weaknesses of the globally publicized work.
Hitler's "Mein Kampf" has been kept out of print in Germany since World War II. Now the book is in the public domain, and a new scholarly edition has been published. Is it dangerous? Historians and victims groups disagree.
One year after it was published, an annotated edition of Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" has sold 85,000 copies in Germany. The publisher said data shows that buyers are teachers and history buffs, not "right-wing radicals."
Few German actors can boast such a wide range of roles on stage, screen on television as Mario Adorf. He’s made some 120 films, and he’s showing now signs of stopping. Now in old age, he’s getting his best roles.
As Tom Hanks publishes a collection of his short stories, we take a look at 10 other writers who earned their fame as actors before putting pen to paper.
In the 1990s they helped put German rap music in the charts. After recording just two albums, they broke up in 2004. Now, after their last album, Fünf Sterne Deluxe are back with a new release called "Flash".
Albert Namatjira was a world-renowned watercolor painter in the first half of the 20th century. But after his death, his relatives eventually lost their share of his copyright, plunging the family into poverty.
With the world's highest number of startups per capita, Israel is a dream come true for many young entrepreneurs. DW went to Tel Aviv's DLD Innovation Festival to find out what makes the Israeli tech scene so successful.
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