"What you are doing is not illegal, but it is wrong," a Rabbi pleaded with the auction house last week.
Copy of book was sold for $14.88 in reference to numbers commonly sued by white supremacists.
Alabama Representative Mo Brooks quoted Hitler's Mein Kampf in the House on Monday.
"I don't like the concept and I don't like the people who wore the 'wrong' sign," one theatergoer said.
Audience members would have an option to wear a Star of David or the Nazi-branded symbol to a play named after Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf."
The minister offended the Palestinians' national poet after an Israeli radio broadcast.
"Il Giornale" says the decision to distribute an annotated version of Hitler's book was aimed "to study what is evil to avoid its return."
The German copyright expires in January, when the country will get a new, annotated edition.
"Authorities who ban dangerous ideas produce an ideologically vulnerable population."
The same auction house this week pulled a Hitler painting after questions about its authenticity.
Copyright runs out on Hitler's autobiography in 2016 paving way for publication.