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The Dollfuss/Schuschnigg Era in Austria

A Reassessment (Contemporary Austrian Studies)
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European history: from c 1900 -, POLITICS & GOVERNMENT, Inter-war period, 1918-1939, Fascism, Austria, Political Science, History - General History, Politics/International Relations, History, Europe - Austria & Hungary, Dollfuss, Engelbert, History / Europe / General, Schuschnigg, Kurt, 20th century, International Relations - General, 1918-, Economic conditions, Politics and gover
ContributionsGunter Bischof (Editor), Anton Pelinka (Editor)
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ISBN 100765809702
ISBN 139780765809704

The years of Chancellors Dollfuss and Schuschnigg's authoritarian governments (/) have been denounced as "Austrofascism" from the left, or defended as a Christian corporate state ("Stondestaat") from the this period, Austria was in a desperate struggle to maintain its national independence vis-o-vis Hitler's Germany, a struggle that ultimately by: 5.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages). Contents: Chapter INTRODUCTION --Alexander Lassner and Giinter Bischof This volume brings renewed investigation to the Dollfuss/Schuschnigg era (/) as part of the ongoing reassessment of the interwar period () within the historical community in America and.

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Responsibility edited by Günter Bischof, Anton Pelinka, Alexander Lassner. Imprint Nielsen Book Data) Subjects. Subject Dollfuss, Engelbert, Schuschnigg, Kurt, Fascism > Austria > History. Kurt Alois Josef Johann Schuschnigg (German: [ˈʃʊʃnɪk]; 14 December – 18 November ) was an Austrofascist politician who was the Chancellor of the Federal State of Austria from the assassination of his predecessor Engelbert Dollfuss until the Anschluss with Nazi gh Schuschnigg accepted that Austria was a "German state" and that Austrians were Deputy: Ernst Rüdiger Starhemberg, Eduard.

The Dollfuss/ Schuschnigg Era in Austria: A Reassessment. New Brunswick and London: Transaction Publishers, pp. $, paper, ISBN Reviewed by Steven Welch Published on H-German (April, ) This collection of eight essays seeks, in the words of the editors, "to shed new light on the do‐.

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Wenninger and L. Dreidemy, in a recent collected volume dealing with the Dollfuss-Schuschnigg regime, and refers to the observation that ‘since the s the era of National Socialism’ has dominated historical research on Austria’s 20th century at the expense of other topics.

2 A tell Author: Gerhard Botz. Engelbert Dollfuss was born on October 4,near Texing, Lower Austria to unmarried mother Josepha Dollfuss and her lover Joseph Weninger. The couple, of peasant origin, was unable to get married due to financial problems. The Dollfuss/Schuschnigg Era in Austria: A Reassessment (Contemporary Austrian Studies) About FAQ Mobile Version.

The Fatherland Front (German: Vaterländische Front, VF) was the right-wing to far-right nationalist and corporatist ruling political organisation of the Federal State of claimed to be a nonpartisan movement, and aimed to unite all the people of Austria, overcoming political and social divisions.

Established on 20 May by Christian Social Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss as the Leader(s): Engelbert Dollfuss (–). The Dollfuss/Schuschnigg Era in Austria: A Reassessment Book 11 The years of Chancellors Dollfuss and Schuschnigg's authoritarian governments (/) have been denounced as "Austrofascism" from the left, or defended as a Christian corporate state ("Stndestaat") from the right.

Dollfuss/Schuschnigg Era in Austria. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, Dictatorship, Fascism and the Demise of Austrian Democracy Tim Kirk Almost a century on from its creation at the end of the First World War, there has been something of a surge of interest in the history of the First Austrian Republic, which has often seemed to stand in the.

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Wolfgang Schüssel was a dominating actor in the Austrian political arena over a period of twenty years. He served as minister of economics (), and vice chancellor and foreign minister () in ÖVP/SPÖ grand coalition : Innsbruck University Press.on the s The Dollfuss/Schuschnigg Era (XI).

We have also addressed a separate volume on World War II (XVII), following previous essays and roundtables on Austrian memories of World War II and post-World War II restitution of property apprehended by the Nazis.

Volumes on the The Changing Austrian Voter (XVI) and The Schüssel Era (XVIII.From to 11 MarchAustria was ruled by the clerical fascist Fatherland Front in a regime called the Austrian Federal two dictators of Austria in this period were as follows:Dictators of the Austrian Federal State 5 March –25 July – Engelbert Dollfuss 29 July –11 March – Kurt SchuschniggAlthough the Fatherland Front had some anti-capitalist elements.