Hungary’s decision to put up memorials marking Nazi ‘occupation’ has angered Jewish groups, who argue that the government is trying to erase its role in World War Two atrocities.
Used by Nazis for encryption, the machine was bought by a collector from the flea market for 100 euros, who later put it up for sale at the Bucharest auction house Artmark.
The government said it had been necessary to force a decision on the issue to stop the premises from becoming a neo-Nazi shrine.
Istanbul-based Daily Sabah says they were banned because they were targeting FETO members in Europe.
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