By Alfred D. Low
After the breakup of the Habsburg monarchy, Austrians of numerous political persuasions became speedy towards Anschluss with the recent German Republic. among global Wars I & II the Anschluss move figured huge at the horizon of eu historical past. Its ''fulfillment'' in 1938, whilst Hitler integrated Austria into Germany, instantly undermined the steadiness & peace of Europe & the area. A yr & a part after Austria's absorption into the better Reich, Europe used to be aflame. the topic of this examine is the early postwar Anschluss circulation of 1918-1919, led through Austria's Socialists. Illustrations.
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Anschluss Movement, 1918-1919 and the Paris Peace Conference (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society) by Alfred D. Low