Publisher Who Spread Nazi Ideology Sentenced


A court in Bregenz, Austria, sentenced a publisher to three years in prison Tuesday after finding him guilty of spreading Nazi ideology, Austrian Radio reported.

Walter Ochensberger, publisher of the periodical Sieg (Victory), was found guilty on 15 of 37 charges, including denying the existence of Nazi gas chambers during World War II.

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