Hitler s Austria

Die Machtübernahme : Die Nationalsozialisten in Tirol 1938 / 1939 . Innsbruck :
Haymon Verlag , 1994 . - Wirtschafts - und Sozialgeschichte der Nazizeit in Tirol .
Innsbruck : Österreichischer Studien Verlag , 1994 . Schuster , Walter .

Hitler s Austria

Hitler s Austria

Uses previously classified documents to reveal the broad Austrian support of Hitler's Reich, particularly its anti-Semitic policies. Among the groups examined are the Austrian Nazi Party, the industrial working class, the Catholic Church, and the farming community.

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Hitler's Austria
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Uses previously classified documents to reveal the broad Austrian support of Hitler's Reich, particularly its anti-Semitic policies. Among the groups examined are the Austrian Nazi Party, the industrial working class, the Catholic Church, and the farming community.
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