1938-- and the consequences: questions and responses : interviews
Through a series of interviews with a cross-section of the Austrian public, ranging from ordinary citizens to prominent political figures and intellectuals, on the topic of the Anschluss, Elfriede Schmidt highlights the basic issue involved in this "annexation": was Austria the first victim of Hitler or a willing partner? Collectively the responses contribute to a thoughtful and thought-provoking reappraisal of the Anschluss and its consequences to the present day.
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