Hitler's speech played over loudspeaker to passengers

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In Austria, legal action was taken against two people who played Hitler's speech to passengers through the speakers of a moving train.

Hitler's speech played over loudspeaker to passengers

According to a statement released by the Austrian Railways, two people who seized the keys to the sound system compartment of the train traveling from Bregenz to the capital Vienna played audio recordings of Hitler's speeches to the passengers, Anadolu Agency reported.

The statement said that the individuals were identified through the security camera on the train and legal proceedings were initiated against them for making Nazi propaganda.

Reminding that similar incidents had occurred on the same route before, the statement said that it has not yet been determined how the individuals in question obtained the key to open the compartment containing the sound system of the train.

The statement added that the matter is being investigated by the State Security and Intelligence Unit.

Green Party MP David Stögmüller, who was on the train at the time of the incident, and some journalists shared the incident on social media, which led to wider publicity.

Many social groups in the country, especially the Austrian Jewish Community, reacted against both the perpetrators and the Austrian Railways.

Source: Anadolu Agency

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