FILE - In this May 2, 2013 file picture a visitor looks at a crematory of the former Nazi concentration camp of Mauthausen during a press presentation of two new permanent exhibitions

 

              FILE - In this May 2, 2013 file picture a  visitor looks at a crematory of the former Nazi concentration camp of Mauthausen during a press presentation of two new permanent exhibitions
FILE - In this May 2, 2013 file picture a visitor looks at a crematory of the former Nazi concentration camp of Mauthausen during a press presentation of two new permanent exhibitions at the former camp in Mauthausen, Austria. The concentration camp was liberated by U.S. troops on May 5, 1945. Ensconced in the belfry of an ancient castle in Wolfpassing, Austria, where it was mounted by fans of the Nazi dictator in 1939, a bel with sawstika and Adolf Hitler's name has tolled on for nearly 80 years. It survived the defeat of Hitler’s Germany, a decade of post-war Soviet occupation that saw Red Army soldiers bivouacked in the castle and more recent efforts by Austrian government to acknowledge the country’s complicity in crimes of that era and make amends. Some of those efforts have focused on identifying relics of that time and ensuring they're either removed or put in historical context. As an example, officials often cite government moral and material support for the restoration of the Mauthausen concentration camp, where a museum documents the atrocities committed on its inmates for school children and other visitors. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak)