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“Mein Kampf” Published in Germany For First Time Since WWII

By Jspace Staff on 1/17/2012 at 3:22 PM

Categories: History, World, Legal

“Mein Kampf” Published in Germany For First Time Since WWII

Though banned from German bookstores since World War II, Adolf Hitler’s treatise “Mein Kampf” will become available in the country again on Thursday. A British publisher is printing a small run of excerpts of the book to demystify the dictator’s legend. Reprinting Nazi text is outlawed in Germany, except for the purposes of academic study. But it is the state of Bavaria that owns the copyrights to “Mein Kampf,” Hitler’s autobiographical book on the rights of the master …More

Bread Offends Simon & Garfunkel

By Jspace Staff on 8/10/2011 at 1:03 PM

Categories: Entertainment, Gossip, Music

Bread Offends Simon & Garfunkel

A New York bakery on the Upper East Side made a tribute bread to the singers of hit song "Scarborough Fair" that features the ingredients mentioned in the folksy ballad: parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme. They called their delectable bread "Scarborough Fairway," but Simon & Garfkunkel woud have none of it. They sent a "cease and desist" letter to the bakers for a copyright infringement and have since changed the name of the bread to "Fairway's Herb Wreath." The song "Scarborough Fair" also happens to have been …More