30 October 2000 PRAGUE–The agreement signed last week in Vienna to compensate people forced to work in Austria during World War II isn’t only long-delayed satisfaction for those victims of Nazism. It is also a turning point in the modern history of Austria, which for the first time completely and openly admitted co-responsibility for the […]

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