Court orders Austria to pay €1.5 million for Hitler house
17 February 2019 | 11:46 am
A court has told the Austrian government to pay more than a million euros to the former owner of the house where Adolf Hitler was born. It had bought the building at a knockdown price using a compulsory purchase order.
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