Österreichische Aktion: Monarchism, Authoritarianism, and the Unity of the Austrian Conservative Ideological Field during the First Republic

@article{Wasserman2014sterreichischeAM,
  title={{\"O}sterreichische Aktion: Monarchism, Authoritarianism, and the Unity of the Austrian Conservative Ideological Field during the First Republic},
  author={Janek Wasserman},
  journal={Central European History},
  year={2014},
  volume={47},
  pages={76 - 104}
}
  • J. Wasserman
  • Published 1 March 2014
  • Political Science
  • Central European History
Even as recently as 2011, in the wake of Otto Habsburg's death, Austrians have contested the place of the monarchy in Austrian identity. For many, the Habsburg monarchy represents a defining feature of Austria's past glory. Dating from late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the earliest examples of an “Austrian myth” stressed the unifying function of the Habsburgs in Mitteleuropa and the importance of German and Catholic traditions for the advancement of European culture. This nostalgic… 

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