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Austria shaken by 'Nazi songbook' scandal

A scandal in Austria over a student fraternity songbook with lyrics glorifying Nazis has put the new government under pressure and prompted soul-searching about the country's relationship with its past. The songbook, brought to attention last week in the media, contained lyrics such as "Step on the gas... we can make it to seven million", a reference to the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust.
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