Austria

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All the anti-Habsburg laws and expropriations of 1919, which had been relaxed somewhat in the 1930s, were re-instated by Hitler and confirmed by the Second Austrian Republic, under Renner.
ANKARA, Mar 22, 2011 (TUR) -- The Austrian Embassy in Ankara will decorate Turkish Minister of Culture and Tourism Ertugrul Gunay with the Great Golden Badge of Honor for Merit for the Austrian Republic for his exceptional contributions to the development of cultural cooperation between Turkey and Austria.
Badr bin Mohammed bin Zahir al Hina'ei, Sultanate's ambassador to the Austrian Republic as the Sultanate's extraordinary, plenipotentiary and non-resident ambassador to the Republic of Serbia.
Political unity deteriorated further in the beginning of the 20th century, culminating, under the stress of World War I, in the collapse of the Empire and proclamation of an Austrian Republic on territory roughly identical to modern-day Austria.
Although the constitution of the first Austrian republic, adopted in October 1920, seemed to promise access for women to all areas of the legal profession, none achieved a judgeship before more authoritarian, anti-feminist, and anti-Semitic policies emerged in the 1930s.
The European Court of Human Rights demanded from the Austrian Republic already in 1994 to make private terrestrial television possible in Austria.
Although the Nazis quickly solved the unemployment problem they froze wages unless productivity rose and German taxes were higher than they had been in the Austrian Republic.
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