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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1934. Europe, Near East and Africa
(1934)

List of papers,   pp. IX-XCV ff. PDF (27.7 MB)


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LIST OF PAPERS
                    AUSTRIA
POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN AUSTRIA-Continued
Subject
From the Charge in Austria
  Austrian threat to Germany to appeal to League of Nations.
From the Ambassador in Italy (tel.)
  Discussion of Austro-German situation with German Am-
bassador, who stated that the Austrian people are German,
and political activity in Austria will develop sympathetically
toward German Nazis.
From the Charg6 in Austria (tel.)
  Search of Socialist headquarters by police resulting in blood-
shed and martial law; subsequent sympathy strike by electrical
workmen in Vienna.
From the Charge in Austria (tel.)
  Development of Socialist strike into a general Socialist re-
volt against the Government, but with little public sympathy.
Information that revolt has been suppressed by Government
forces.
From the Charge in Austria (tel.)
  Information that Government's efficient suppression of
Socialist revolt has restored confidence in Dollfuss, and that
Dollfuss will now concentrate on fighting the Nazis.
Memorandum by the Under Secretary of State
  Resum6 of conversation with Austrian Minister, who em-
phasized Dollfuss' mistake in inviting Fascist Party to coop-
erate with Government forces against Nazi influence; his
opinion, however, that the difficulties would solve themselves
if Dollfuss could remain in power.
To the Charg4 in Great Britain (tel.)
  Request for brief analysis of reaction in Great Britain to
Austrian developments.
  (Footnote: The same, mutatis mutandis, to France and Italy.)
To the Charg6 in Austria (tel.)
  Request for short daily analysis of events in Austria.
From the Ambassador in Italy (tel.)
  Confirmation by the Under Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs that France had asked England and Italy to join in
a declaration expressing their readiness, at Austrian request,
to maintain the independence and integrity of Austria-a
declaration which might make Austrian appeal to the League
unnecessary.
To the Charg6 in Austria (tel.)
  Request for more frequent reports during crisis, including
information on welfare of Americans in Austria.
From the Charg6 in Austria (tel.)
  Report that artillery action has been necessary to subdue
remaining Socialist resistance.
From the Ambassador in Italy (tel.)
  Italian belief that Dollfuss has situation in Austria well in
hand and that there will be less Nazi opposition after the
downfall of the Socialist Party.
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Date and
number
1934
Jan. 27
  (64)
Jan. 30
  (18)
Feb. 12
  (17)
Feb. 13
  (18)
Feb. 13
   (19)
Feb. 14
Feb. 14
Feb. 14
   (5)
Feb. 14
   (26)
Feb. 15
   (7)
Feb. 15
   (21)
Feb. 15
   (28)
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