Austria : A Study in Failure

By: BULLOCK, Malcolm.

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BULLOCK, Malcolm. Austria : A Study in Failure. London : Macmillan & Co., 1939. First Edition. Pp [i]-vii,(1),1-319,(1). Index. 8vo, green cloth, giltlettering to spine. “It would be idle to attempt to summarise the contents of Captain Bullock's book; no event of importance is omitted. He examines with particular care the efforts made to unite Austria with Germany from the early days immediately after the Armistice to the failure of the proposedAustro-German Customs Union in 1931 and the final and violent Anschluss in 1938. In addition to his purely historical survey the author devotes chapt ers to the work of the Viennese Municipality, sketches of Viennese and Austrian life and character, Vienna as a centre of theatrical and musical enterprise, the Jewish question and ?economic problems.” - from the dj. Contents: 1. The End of the Monarchy. 2. Austria after the Armistice. 3. The Treat y of St. Germain . 4. Post-War Problems. 5. The Press, Music and Drama. 6. Monsignor Seipel. 7. Seipel and the Anschluss. 8. Starhemberg and the Heimwehr. 9. The Customs Union. 10. The End of Social Democracy. 11. Schuschnigg. Chronological Table. Brown stain to free endpapers, else very good in torn, chipped, price-clipped dustjacket. 35.00

Title: Austria : A Study in Failure

Author Name: BULLOCK, Malcolm.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Macmillan & Co., London , 1939,:

Seller ID: 96087

Keywords: AUSTRIA INTERWAR 20TH CENTURY VIENNA AUSTRIAN HISTORY POLITICAL EUROPEAN GERMANY POLITICS,