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The Schüssel Era in Austria

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Günter Bischof
, 
Fritz Plasser

Book Reviews

Gerhard Botz, Nationalsozialismus in Wien: Machtübernahme, Herrschaftssicherung, Radikalisierung 1938/39 (Vienna: Mandelbaum Verlag, 2008)

Hans Petschar, Anschluss. “Ich hole Euch heim”: Der “Anschluss” Õsterreichs an das Deutsche Reich. Fotografie und Wochenschau im Dienst der NS-Propganda, Eine Bildchronologie (Vienna: Christian Brandstätter Verlag, 2008)

Evan Burr Bukey

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In March 2008, Austrian scholars and journalists devoted relatively little attention to the seventieth anniversary of the Anschluß. Following decades of acrimonious debate and intensive research, they appeared to have reached consensus on the Nazi takeover or politely agreed to a standoff on the divisive issues. Thanks in no small measure to the resurgence of the radical right, they had become engaged in scrutinizing virtually every aspect of life in Adolf Hitler’s homeland between 1938 and 1945, most notably popular attitudes toward the regime, the experience of women, the impact of wartime industrialization, and, above all, Austrian complicity in the crimes of the Third Reich. Indeed, those members of the Historiker Kommission employed to investigate the wholesale theft of Jewish assets in Vienna now stood in the forefront of those researching the complex process of “Aryanization,” not only in incorporated Austria, but also in Greater Germany itself. In addition, other colleagues ...

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