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The provisional government of Austria: April 27 to December 13, 1945
Austria's future in the closing days of World War II was uncertain. The Allies had expected to find a political vacuum. Yet, like a phoenix rising from the ashes, an Austrian provisional government emerged from the postwar ...
The ideology of Texas Populism, 1886-1894
The relationship of Populism and ideology has been the subject of a great deal of recent historical scholarship. Historians have employed a number of concepts to define ideology in their studies, hut they have failed to ...
Peace and reform: the attempts of the Meinl group to preserve the Habsburg Monarchy, 1917-1918
When Emperor Francis Joseph died in November, 1916, the new monarch Charles I ascended the throne to find the Austro-Hungarian empire in serious danger. Foodstuffs and raw materials were in short supply, dissident nationalities ...
The career of Artur Seyss-Inquart
This thesis is a study of Dr. Artur Seyss-Inquart, one of the key figures in the Nazi hierarchy who aided in the German takeover of Austria and ruled the Netherlands for the Nazis throughout most of World War II. The first ...
The revolt of Sigmund Freud (1856-1900)
There are few men in the history of man who have so revolutionized man's view of himself as Sigmund Freud. The development of psychoanalysis represented a great intellectual revolution, which overthrew the most cherished ...