After 70 years, Adolf Hitler’s manifesto Mein Kampf, meaning "my struggle," is back in the public domain. This means new editions of the book are being published and brought to the attention of a new generation of Germans. The publisher received 15,000 advance orders of the book for an initial print run of just 4,000. The publisher also reports receiving requests to do translations in Italian, French and English. There are several differences between the original version and this edition including new annotations. Watch to see what Germany hopes to accomplish with this new edition.