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A study of British historical treatment of the origins of the First World War, 1918-1939
The connection between historical literature and public opinion relating to foreign policy is the primary concern of this thesis. It deals with British historiography on the origins of the First World War as it evolved in ...
Engelbert Dollfuss and the destruction of Austrian democracy
When Engelbert Dollfuss became chancellor of Austria on May 10, 1932, he had no intention of destroying Austrian democracy. The idea of doing away with democracy never became an obsession with him; it was done more out of ...
The Austrian Sanierungswerk, 1922-1926
In May, 1922, Austria seemed to be on the verge of disintegration. Spiraling inflation had not only wrecked the country's economy but had also destroyed the Austrian people's desire to maintain their national identity. In ...