Hitler's birth home to be TORN DOWN and replaced with new building to remove all 'symbolis
Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka said that “a thorough architectural remodeling is necessary to permanently prevent the recognition and the symbolism of the building”.
Ministry spokesman Karl-Heinz Grundboeck said this means the house, in the western town of Braunau, will replaced with a new structure.
Fears has been raised that the former pub could become a place of pilgrimage of Neo-Nazis and Mr Sobotka said the move will ensure any association with Hitler will be eliminated at the site.
Hitler’s birthplace has been problem for politicians and townspeople for decades.
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