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Occupation and independence : the Austrian Second Republic, 1945-1963.

Publication

The experience of the Anschluss and Nazi rule deepened the commitment of Austrians to parliamentary democracy and Austrian statehood. The electorate remained divided into three political camps--socialist/Marxist, Catholic, and nationalist/liberal--but cooperation replaced extreme political polarization. Through Allied occupation, slow economic growth, dependency on Marshall Plan, the Second Republic became a stable democracy. The major political parties strove towards ending Allied occupation and restoring a fully independent Austria. Upon the termination of Allied occupation, Austria was proclaimed a neutral country, and "everlasting" neutrality was incorporated into the Constitution on October 26, 1955. Collection contents are drawn from the "Central classified files" of the U.S. Dept. of State.

Series
Archives unbound
Archives unbound.
Format
Online resource
Author/Creator
United States. Department of State.
Published
Farmington Hills, Mich. : Gale, a part of Cengage Learning, 2010
Locale
Austria
United States
Language
English
External Link
subscription access only
 
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