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Hitler's House Seizure Backed by Court Amid Nazi Shrine Fears -

BERLIN — Austria was right to seize the house where Adolf Hitler was born amid concerns it could be a draw for neo-Nazis, the country's top court ruled Friday in a major victory for the government. The expropriation of the Nazi leader's house was in ...and more »

Hitler house seizure backed by Austria's highest court - The Guardian

An exterior view of Adolf Hitler's birthplace in Braunau, Austria, a town on the German border. Photograph: Kerstin Joensson/AP. Austria. Hitler house seizure backed by Austria's highest court. Judges uphold government decision to expropriate Nazi ...and more »

Austria seizes Hitler's house - euronews

Authorities want to prevent the property in Braunau am Inn, becoming a neo-Nazi shrine and place of pillgramidge. Austrian court: State seizure of Hitler's home lawful via dwnews

Seizure of Adolf Hitler's birthplace approved by Austrian court - The Independent

Austria's constitutional court has upheld the government's compulsory purchase of the apartment complex where Adolf Hitler was born, amid anxiety about its symbolic appeal to neo-nazis. The government took control of the three-storey house in Braunau ...and more »

Austria's Top Court Upholds Seizing of Hitler's Birthplace - New York Times

BERLIN — The Austrian Constitutional Court said on Friday that the government had acted legally when it seized the apartment complex in which Hitler was born, the latest and probably the last chapter in the long battle for ownership of the Nazi ...and more »

Austrian court rules government seizure of Hitler's birthplace was legal -

Austria's Constitutional Court ruled Friday that the 2016 government seizure of the Braunau am Inn building in which Adolf Hitler was born was legal. Photo by Thomas Ledl/Wikipedia. June 30 (UPI) -- Austria's highest court ruled Friday that the ...and more »

Austria's top court upholds plan to buy Hitler's childhood home - Business Insider

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's top court on Friday upheld a law that allowed the compulsory purchase of the house in which Adolf Hitler was born, saying it was necessary to stop the property being used to glorify Nazi ideology. Gerlinde Pommer-Angloher ...and more »

Japan's Bank Apologizes for Praising Hitler - The Jewish Press -

The Cntral Bank of Japan on Friday issued an apology for its board member's praise for Adolf Hitler's economic policies, Reuters reported. According to Japan Times, Yutaka Harada, a member of the Policy Board of the Bank of Japan, told a seminar on ...and more »

'I am ADOLF HITLER' Shock claims Argentinian man, 128, is Nazi leader sparks frenzy - Daily Star

ADOLF Hitler is alive and well and living in Argentina, according to sensational reports that have spread around the world. 0. By Rachel O'Donoghue / Published 30th June 2017. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0 ...and more »

Austria's top court upholds compulsory purchase of Hitler's birthplace - The Jerusalem Post

The government had seized the three-floor house in Braunau am Inn, north of Salzburg, to prevent it becoming a site of pilgrimage for neo-Nazis at the beginning of the year. 1 minute read. Share on facebook. Share on twitter. Braunau Hitler. The house ...and more »