Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” has suddenly become a best seller in Turkey, following the release of two cheap paperback versions.

The books were printed without permission from Bavaria, which holds the book’s copyright. Bavaria’s finance minister said it shouldn’t have been reprinted.

Some analysts said many Turks are angry over violence between Israelis and Palestinians, along with U.S. policy in neighboring Iraq. But others chalk up the sales to a cheap price.

One student who bought a copy said he became intrigued after seeing it on TV and becoming curious about Hitler’s life.

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