Comes with COA and full money back guarantee for authenticity. A The "Das Schicksalsbuch des deutschen Volkes" with pages with many photos, illustrations and copies of historic documents contains history from Hermann the Cherusker all the way to Adolf Hitler. A great book in very nice condition. This is the very hard to find edition with two shellac discs that contain Hitlers first speech as Reich Chancellor!
Holy Roman Empire of the German nationGerman ConfederationGerman questionGerman Empireand German nationalism in Austria The idea of grouping all Germans into a nation-state country had been the subject of debate in the 19th century from the ending of the Holy Roman Empire in until the ending of the German Confederation in This solution would have included all the German states including the non-German regions of Austriabut Prussia would have had to take second place.
This controversy, called dualismdominated Prusso-Austrian diplomacy and the politics of the German states in the mid-nineteenth century. The Prussian statesman Otto von Bismarck formed the North German Confederationwhich included the remaining German states and further expanded the power of Prussia.
Bismarck used the Franco-Prussian war as a way to convince other German states, including the Kingdom of Bavariato side with Prussia against the Second French Empire. Due to Prussia's quick victory, the debate was settled and in the "Kleindeutsch" German Empire based on the leadership of Bismarck and the Kingdom of Prussia formed - this excluded Austria.
The Austrian-Hungarian rule of this diverse empire included various different ethnic groups including Hungarians, Slavic ethnic groups such as Croats, Czechs, Poles, Rusyns, Serbs, Slovaks, Slovenes, and Ukrainians, as well as Italians and Romanians ruled by a German minority.
Many Austrian pan-Germans showed loyalty to Bismarck  and only to Germany, wore symbols that were temporarily banned in Austrian schools and advocated the dissolution of the empire to allow an annexation of Austria to Germany.
Elite and popular opinion in Austria after largely favored some sort of union with Germany, but it was explicitly forbidden by the peace treaties. The provisional national assembly drafted a provisional constitution that stated that "German Austria is a democratic republic" Article 1 and "German Austria is a component of the German Republic" Article 2.
In the aftermath of a prohibition of an Anschluss, the Germans in both Austria and Germany pointed out to a contradiction in the national self-determination principle because it failed to grant it to the ethnic Germans such as German Austrians and Sudeten Germans outside of the German Reich.
This measure was criticized by Hugo Preussthe drafter of the German Weimar Constitutionwho saw the prohibition as a contradiction of the Wilsonian principle of self-determination of peoples, intended to help bring peace to Europe. Austrian particularism[ clarification needed ], especially among the nobility, also played a role in the decisions; Austria was Roman Catholic, while Germany was dominated by Protestants, especially in government the Prussian nobility, for example, was Lutheran.
The constitutions of the Weimar Republic and the First Austrian Republic included the political goal of unification, which was widely supported by democratic parties. In the early s, popular support in Austria for union with Germany remained overwhelming, and the Austrian government looked to a possible customs union with the German Republic in German military map of Second World War, with no border between Germany and Austria top right; also showing Alsace as part of Germany as it was directly incorporated into the Reich Nazi Germany and Austria[ edit ] When the Nazisled by Adolf Hitlerrose to power in the Weimar Republic, the Austrian government withdrew from economic ties.
Austria shared the economic turbulence of the Great Depressionwith a high unemployment rate, and unstable commerce and industry. During the s it was a target for German investment capital. By rapid German rearmament increased Berlin's interest in annexing Austria, rich in raw materials and labour.
It supplied Germany with magnesium and the products of the iron, textile and machine industries. It had gold and foreign currency reserves, many unemployed skilled workers, hundreds of idle factories, and large potential hydroelectric resources.
In vehemently attacking the man's arguments he made an impression on the other party members with his oratory skills and, according to Hitler, the "professor" left the hall acknowledging unequivocal defeat. Hitler accepted on September 12, becoming the party's 55th member.
Hitler wrote in Mein Kampf that he would create a union between his birth country Austria and Germany by any means possible. The government evolved into a corporatistone-party government that combined the CS and the paramilitary Heimwehr. It controlled labor relations and the press.
See Austrofascism and Patriotic Front. Power was centralized in the office of the chancellorwho was empowered to rule by decree. The dominance of the Christian Social Party whose economic policies were based on the papal encyclical Rerum novarum was an Austrian phenomenon.
Austria's national identity had strong Catholic elements that were incorporated into the movement, by way of clerical authoritarian tendencies not found in Nazism. Engelbert Dollfuss and his successor, Kurt Schuschniggturned to Italy for inspiration and support.
The statist corporatism often referred to as Austrofascism bore more resemblance to Italian Fascism than to German National Socialism, and can be described as a form of clerical fascism.
Benito Mussolini supported the independence of Austria, largely due to his concern that Hitler would eventually press for the return of Italian territories once ruled by Austria.
After receiving a personal assurance from Hitler that Germany would not seek territorial concessions from Italy, Mussolini began a client relationship with Berlin that began with the Berlin—Rome Axis. Austrian Civil War to Anschluss[ edit ] Main articles: The Austrian Nazi Party failed to win any seats in the November general electionbut its popularity grew in Austria after Austrian-born Hitler came to power in Germany.
The idea of the country joining Germany also grew in popularity, and Anschluss might have occurred by democratic process had Austrian Nazis not begun a terrorism campaign. John Gunther wrote in"In Austria was probably eighty percent pro-Anschluss".
Afterwards, leading Austrian Nazis fled to Germany but they continued to push for unification from there. The remaining Austrian Nazis continued terrorist attacks against Austrian governmental institutions, causing a death toll of more than between and Das war die Starnacht am Wörthersee Juli, Starnacht-Arena, Ostbucht, Klagenfurt am Wörthersee Ein paar Regentropfen von oben, dann aber hatte der Wettergott ein Einsehen.
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