Austria, Germany, and the Anschluss, 1931-1938
The author describes the relationship of the powers regarding the Austrian problem beginning with the Austro-German Customs Union project of 1931, continuing with the July Putsch of 1934, the Abyssian conflict, and the Spanish Civil War, and concludes his account with the take-over by Germany in 1938. Gehl bases his account on the published and unpublished German documents and the published Austrian and British documents.
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IMPACT OF THE PROJECTED AUSTROGERMAN
n FRENCH PRESSURE ON AUSTRIA AND GERMANY
THE GERMANITALIAN CONFLICT FOR INFLU
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