Adolf Hitler’s house in Germany was turned into a police training center.

According to foreign media, the Austrian government has announced that the house of Adolf Hitler, famous throughout the world for genocide in the middle of the last century, will be Into converted a training center for police officers.

The decision to convert the house, in one of whose rooms Hitler was born in 1889, into a police training center for human rights was decided after a long debate that took into account suggestions from various groups. has been

Broadcaster Australian ORF reports that the police force will have possession of the renovated premises by next year, and construction work to convert the house into a police training center is expected to begin in the fall. The project is expected to be completed by 2025.

In this regard, some Austrians advocate demolishing the house to prevent it from becoming a meeting place for neo-Nazis, but critics believe that such action would be tantamount to denying Austria’s past.

During the Nazi regime, the house was turned into a memorial to Adolf Hitler, after which many tourists were attracted to the city, but as the Nazis began to lose control here in 1944, the Austrian government imposed a ban on tourist traffic. The government had taken it on rent from the former owner Garland Pomer and started using it as a day care center for the needy.

Later in 2016, the Austrian government allowed the property to be seized from Garland Pomer under a new law in exchange for compensation of more than £694,000, and now the Ministry of Australian the Interior has returned the 17th-century house to a police station three years later. And has announced its plans to convert it into a police training center.

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