Anschluss


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an association, especially of nations for a common cause

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Asked in an interview with the Kurier daily what future generations could learn from the Anschluss, van der Bellen replied: "Not to be taken in."
Along with the Anschluss itself, Vuillards book describes the 1933 meeting between twenty-four heads of major German companies, who agreed to provide financing to the Nazi Party.
Woman in Gold (2015), directed by Simon Curtis, represents the protracted legal fight over the painting Mona Lisa of Austria, Klimt's oil, gold and silver portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer, which was renamed and appropriated by the Nazis shortly after the Anschluss in 1938.
As for the obsession with the 'Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact', it should be reminded that the Western policy of appeasement that resulted in such known historic phenomena and facts as Munich Deal and the allotment of Czechoslovakia, Anschluss of Austria, the rejection of Great Britain and France to conclude a collective security treaty with the USSR against Hitler's Germany, took place long before the signing of the above mentioned 'Pact'.
In 1938, the Anschluss merging Austria with Nazi Germany took place as German forces crossed the border between the two countries.
east of Berlin people will remind you clearly that the German reunification was actually a unilateral takeover an Anschluss which has been paid by the bloody dissolutions affecting in several waves two of the three demolished multinational slavic state communities.
IN 1982, West Germany and Austria played arguably the most controversial group game in World Cup history, known derisively as 'the non-aggression pact of Gijon' or 'Anschluss'.
(That description bookends the book, being split into the titles for the first and last chapters.) While his early recognition in the US was the result of his rather hostile reconsideration of Bernard Leach's influence in a small volume written for the Tate St Ives (1998) and his compact but inclusive 20th Century Ceramics (2003), he became a celebrity with the publication of his family memoir The Hare with Amber Eyes (2010), which conveyed the attraction of objects through the story of his ancestors' collections and the loss of it all, except 264 diminutive netsuke, in the Anschluss and Holocaust.
In a recent analysis, Majko compared this idea to the "German-Austrian agreement, known as the Anschluss."
History intervenes, and Franz experiences a beginning operatic vocal career in the midst of the Anschluss, when the Nazis take control of Austria.
Release date- 23052013 - The Oesterreichische Nationalbank commissioned a team of historians led by Professor Oliver Rathkolb and Theodor Venus to research the history of the OeNB in the years leading up to Austria's Anschluss in 1938 and under the National Socialist regime.
After the Anschluss, his father briefly remarried his mother in 1938 to allow Carl to escape the Nazi regime and flee to Bulgaria, where he lived with his father for a year.
Elisabeth had escaped Vienna with her Dutch husband, Henrik de Waal, before the Anschluss; with great courage she returned to the city after the German invasion to rescue her parents.
Rabinovici examines the Viennese Jewish Community after the Anschluss; historians of the Holocaust have pointed out that it was at this point that the overall Nazi persecution of Jews gained a new dimension.
The historians' full report will be published on the orchestra's website on Tuesday, the 75th anniversary of the Anschluss, it added.