Such a statement Johanna Vanka made in an interview Passauer Neue Presse. According to the official, the expert opinion of the scientists of the Institute of stories Munich will provide an opportunity to explore "aspects of the work, perhaps from a critical point of view." If so, then perhaps not a critical one? ..
Hitler's literary work, which the Nazis and their followers around the world consider to be their reference book, will be on sale in Germany in January 2016. The fact that Mine Kampf can once again be freely available on the shelves of the stores does not arouse much enthusiasm among the majority of the population of Germany, as evidenced by opinion polls. At the same time, the German Ministry of Education believes that the book should appear not only on store shelves, but also in school libraries.
School psychologists are confident that such a step as the introduction of the topic of studying Hitler's labor (albeit with expert comments) into the school curriculum can deal a serious blow to the psychological climate among German schoolchildren. But, apparently, Ms. Vanka is not scared.