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American Philosophical Society
Anschluss Movement 1918-1919 and the Paris Peace Conference (Memoir 103)
Alfred D. Low
After the breakup of the Habsburg monarchy, Austrians of diverse political persuasions turned quickly toward Anschluss with the new German Republic. Between World Wars I & II the Anschluss movement figured large on the horizon of European history. Its “fulfillment” in 1938, when Hitler incorporated Austria into Germany, immediately undermined the stability & peace of Europe & the world. A year & a half after Austria’s absorption into the Greater Reich, Europe was aflame. The subject of this study is the early postwar Anschluss movement of 1918-1919, led by Austria’s Socialists. Illustrations.
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