The haunting voice of Adolf Hitler was broadcasted on a train en route to Vienna, Austria, triggering shock and anger among passengers. The incident, which occurred on May 14th, has been widely reported by international news outlets such as CNN and The Guardian.
Passengers aboard the train from Brengenz, a town in western Austria, reported hearing Hitler’s infamous phrase “Sieg Heil” and other Nazi slogans blaring from the speakers. According to one witness who spoke to CNN, “strange music” suddenly started playing about 25 minutes before the train reached Vienna, followed by Hitler’s speech. The broadcast reportedly lasted for about 20 to 30 seconds, followed by Nazi chants that continued for around 20 minutes.
Railway officials explained that the broadcast was the result of someone gaining access to the train’s intercom system and using it to play the audio. The officials have condemned the incident, stating that “Nazi-related content is absolutely unacceptable” and that those responsible must be held accountable.
Austrian police have launched an investigation into the incident and have already identified two suspects through CCTV footage from the train. The suspects have been charged with playing Hitler’s speech on the train’s intercom system and are expected to face legal consequences.
The incident has sparked outrage and concern among the public, with many questioning how such an offensive and hateful act could occur. The Austrian government has vowed to take strong action against those responsible and has reaffirmed its commitment to combating hate speech and extremist ideologies.