Two rare early editions of “Mein Kampf,” signed by Adolf Hitler could sell for more than USD 20,000 at an online auction, officials say.
Nate Sanders, owner of Nate D Sanders Auctions in Los Angeles, says he knows he will catch a lot of flack for putting rare 1925 and 1926 editions of the racist screed up for bid. “But it is a piece of history. It is a very rare item,” he explained.
Hitler was arrested and jailed for the attempt to seize power. He dictated “Mein Kampf,” two volumes of autobiography and anti-Semitic manifesto, to Rudolf Hess while behind bars to raise money for his criminal defence.
Both volumes’ fly-leaves feature Hitler’s signature. Sanders said volumes of “Mein Kampf” from the 1930s are common, but a copy signed by the author is rare. Sanders is also auctioning off a leather trench coat he said was worn by Albert Speer, a Nazi government minister who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his role in the Nazi regime.
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Selling Nazi memorabilia is prohibited in many European countries that saw the horrors of World War II.