Dollfuss


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Dollfuss

Engelbert . 1892--1934, Austrian statesman, chancellor (1932--34), who was assassinated by Austrian Nazis
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175) Dollfuss was not only responding to foreign pressure, (176) but also acting to block an Anschluss with Germany following Hitler's 1933 consolidation of power there.
He is particularly good about Austria, pointing to the fact that the Austria of Dollfuss and Schuschnigg, while not Nazi, was certainly protofascist, and that the antisemitic brutality of the Nazis following the Anschluss was more extreme than what had happened in Germany up to that time.
315) for Engelbert Dollfuss only the author or a very diligent editor could have spotted.
At the time, Austria's socialist government refused to recognize the concordat, an agreement with Rome for the regulation of church affairs that had been negotiated under pre-war Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss, a Catholic proto-fascist.
1934) Vienna: The diminutive Chancellor Dollfuss bans jokes about his size.
As late as 1934, the Italian fascist leader Mussolini tried to come to the aid of the Austrian clerical fascist Engelbert Dollfuss, whom Hitler's henchmen in Vienna finally assassinated.
Nazism had its roots in Austria in many ways; for example, Austria's "strong man" of the early thirties, Chancellor Dollfuss, though murdered by Nazi thugs, was a virtual fascist beholden to Mussolini.
L'assassinat du chancelier Dollfuss et la tentative de coup d'Etat des nazis en Autriche aurait ete le point tournant.
After the assassination of Austrian Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss in July 1934 at the hands of Nazi agents, he assumed that it was only a matter of time before Hitler "liberated" the Alpine Republic and integrated Austria into the German Reich.
In late July, Austrian Nazis, attempting a coup, assassinated Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss, a friend of Mussolini whose wife and child were then his guests.
What calls to mind the popularity of the Third Reich and the awe it inspired abroad--even after the bloody Rohm purge, the Nazi murder of Austrian Chancellor Dollfuss in 1934, and the anti-Semitic Nuremberg laws--is a poll buried in the New York Times.
From hundreds of conversations with chefs, we've understood that chefs face even more challenges during Ramadan," said Lucas Dollfuss, head of marketing - Middle East, Pakistan & Sri Lanka.