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Topic - Harry Buchmayr
Living space in Braunau is scarce, but an imposing Renaissance-era building stands empty in this postcard-pretty Austrian town because of the sinister shadow cast by a former tenant — Adolf Hitler.
Living space in Braunau is scarce, but an imposing Renaissance-era building stands empty in this post-card-pretty Austrian town because of the sinister shadow cast by a former tenant: Adolf Hitler.
"You can't simply wish it away," Mr. Buchmayr said of the house.
"These are certainly people we don't want here," said town council member Harry Buchmayr, noting that most visitors are not normal tourists but neo-Nazis stopping to pay homage to Hitler, even though he spent only the first few months of his life in the building.