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April 7, 2000
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The leader of Austria’s Social Democrats acknowledged that his party erred in seeking the support of former Nazis in its postwar drive to become the nation’s most powerful political force. Alfred Gusenbauer also apologized to Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal for past accusations by his party that Wiesenthal, who lost family members during the Holocaust, collaborated with the Gestapo.

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