Georgia and Austria: Dealing with dictators
In this edition of From Our Own Correspondent we hear two very different approaches to dealing with the memory of a tyrant. Damien McGuinness examines why 60 years after the death of Josef Stalin, the dictator is still a deeply respected figure to some people in Georgia. In fact, this 'giant of the 20th Century' could even be said to be undergoing a posthumous resurgence in his hometown of Gori.
This startling dynamic is in stark contrast to the way Adolf Hitler’s remembered - or rather, not remembered - in the small Austrian town where he was born, as Bethany Bell has been finding out.