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The DollfussSchuschnigg Era in Austria A Reassessment Contemporary Austrian Studies

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Urse on interwar European fascism Three scholars from the Economics University of Vienna analyze the macroeconomic climate of the 1930s Hansjrg Klausinger the Vienna School's theoretical contributions to end the Great Depression; Gerhard Senft the economic policies of the Stondestaat; and Peter Berger the financial aid from the League of Nations Jens Wessels delves into the microeconomic arena and presents case studies of leading Austrian businesses and their performance during the depression Jim Miller looks at Dollfuss the agrarian reformer Alexander Lassner and Erwin Schmidl deal with the context of the international arena and Austria's desperate search for protection against

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Nazi Anschluss pressure and military preparedness against foreign aggressionIn a comparativist essay Megan Greene compares the policies of Austria's Haider and Italy's Berlusconi and recent EU responses to threats from the Right The FORUM looks at various recent historical commissions in Austria dealing with Holocaust era assets and their efforts to provide restitution to victims of Nazism Two review essays by Evan Burr Bukey and Hermann Freudenberger survey recent scholarly literature on Austrians during World War II This addition to the Contemporary Austrian Studies series will be welcomed by political scientists historians and scholars with a strong interest in European affair

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The years of Chancellors Dollfuss and Schuschnigg's authoritarian governments 193334 1938 have been denounced as Austrofascism from the left or defended as a Christian corporate state Stondestaat from the right During this period Austria was in a desperate struggle to maintain its national independence vis o vis Hitler's Germany a struggle that ultimately failed In the end the Nazis invaded and annexed Austria AnschlussVolume 11 of the Contemporary Austrian Studies series stays away from these heated historiographical debates and looks at economic domestic and international politics sine ira et studio Timothy Kirk opens with an assessment of Austrofascism in light of recent disco