The American Occupation Of Austria

Author: Donald Robert Whitnah
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This book documents American planning for the occupation of Austria after World War II. The authors show how plans made during the war had to be changed in the face of military and political realities and the postwar years of frustration and hope, success and failure, especially until 1950. Despite the Allied instrusion, they demonstrate how the Austrians were able to defy the Allies and achieve their dream of economic and political survival within the framework of a democratic national government.
The American Occupation of Austria
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