Austrian Attitudes toward Anschluss: October 1918-September 1919

@article{Gould1950AustrianAT,
  title={Austrian Attitudes toward Anschluss: October 1918-September 1919},
  author={S. Gould},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1950},
  volume={22},
  pages={220 - 231}
}
  • S. Gould
  • Published 1950
  • The Journal of Modern History
ON OCTOBER 2I, I9I8 a "GermanAustrian' provincial assembly representing the Germanic provtnces of the still extant Austro-Hungarian empire was organized in Vienna This event signified the dissolution into its component parts of the old supranational Habsburg state. The question of what was to become of the Germanic core of the Dual Monarchy at once became 'actual." That is, this question was transferred from the agenda of theoretical discussion to the arena of practical political action. The… Expand
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