Dollfuss


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Dollfuss

Engelbert . 1892--1934, Austrian statesman, chancellor (1932--34), who was assassinated by Austrian Nazis
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Dollfuss adds: "Healthy drinks are the perfect alternative.
El 17 de febrero, las tres naciones habian firmado juntas una declaracion ante la amenaza expansionista alemana sobre Austria y el 27 de septiembre habian reafirmado en un comunicado conjunto la necesidad de mantener la libertad y la independencia de aquel pais, despues de que en el mes de julio el Jefe del Gobierno, Dollfuss, hubiese sido asesinado en Viena a consecuencia del putsch nazi.
En 1934, les ouvriers viennois se revoltent contre la dictature de Dollfuss et sont mates par le pouvoir qui durcit encore sa politique et interdit le parti social-democrate.
Walter Benjamin summarized him as a mix of "reactionary theory and revolutionary practice." Kraus certainly straddled that line, supporting striking coal miners and antiwar socialists before backing right-wing Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss, who Kraus thought was the best defense against the Nazis.
"Austro-fascist" Catholic leader Engelbert Dollfuss
Human resources manager Dollfuss Paredes said the Orange Drive is spearheaded by the company's Culture Committee to provide hard-hit families in Bohol, Cebu and Leyte with financial and relief assistance.
down on the decent trade unionists" who had gathered to protest Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss's recent massacre of Viennese socialists.
It takes place in 1934 and culminates in the assassination of Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss; the provisional title is Inspector Bronstein and the Coup d'Etat.
N die moord op Dollfuss blnseer Oostenryk op die rndjie vn burgeroorlog, 'n situsie wt deur Hitler uitgebuit word en lei tot die inmrs vn Duitse troepe in Wenen kort drn (Srs 128).
It was Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss who turned Austria from a democracy to an authoritarian state.
London, Oct.20 (ANI): German dictator Adolf Hitler personally planned a failed Nazi coup in 1934 that culminated in the assassination of the Austrian chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss, according to new findings by a Viennese historian.
The four sons are Mussolini (wise), Hitler (wicked), Austrian Prime Minister Engelbert Dollfuss (simple), and Paul von Hindenburg (doesn't know to ask a question).