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Titre: New Research Projects Auteur:Stadler, Karl R Echelle:
Sujet:News From Europe ; History & Archaeology; Précédemment:
Fait partie de:
Austrian History Yearbook, 1972, Vol.8, pp.397-397
0067-2378 (ISSN); 1558-5255 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0067237800000825 (DOI)
Titre: Comments Auteur:Stadler, Karl R Echelle:
Sujet:Economic and Social History ; History & Archaeology; Description:
In recent years there has been a deplorable lack of interest in Austria in the historical role of the Jews in Central Europe. Given the general trends towards internationalization of the social sciences and the interdisciplinary method of analysis, this neglect is most distressing. Presumably this lack of scholarly interest is related to the fact that since World War II the Central European Jews no longer constitute a distinct ethnic and religious group. Apart from studies made in university institutes for Jewish studies and in occasional publications which have mainly treated various aspects of “the holocaust,” most studies have approached Jewish history only collaterally by focusing on anti-Semitism.
Fait partie de:
Austrian History Yearbook, 1975, Vol.11, pp.55-56
0067-2378 (ISSN); 1558-5255 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0067237800015265 (DOI)
Titre: Fifty Troubled Years: The Story of the Burgenland 1 Auteur:Stadler, Karl R Echelle:
Sujet:The Burgenland ; History & Archaeology; Description:
Most Austrians believe that in making countless policy decisions relating to Austria after World War I the Allies only twice demonstrated an awareness of the actual situation in Austria and took into account the wishes of the people: (1) when they determined to subject the conflicting claims to the Klagenfurt Basin to the test of a plebiscite; and (2) when they transferred the German-speaking areas of West Hungary to Austria without a plebiscite. However, although the creation of the Burgenland was commemorated in 1971 at numerous semicentennial celebrations in all parts of the country, the official speeches stressing the progress and the achievements of Austria's youngest province, no matter how tactful they were, could not entirely blot out memories of the bitter and bloody struggles of fifty years ago. The refusal of Hungary in her hour of humiliation to give up another piece of national territory; the political intrigues and military operations around the disputed borders; the fraudulent plebiscite in Ödenburg, as a result of which the new province lost its natural capital; and the Hungarian government's diplomatic efforts almost up to the outbreak of World War II to undo the Treaties of St. Germain and Trianon are all too much a part of Austrian history to be passed over in silence.
Fait partie de:
Austrian History Yearbook, 1972, Vol.8, pp.59-79
0067-2378 (ISSN); 1558-5255 (E-ISSN); 10.1017/S0067237800000060 (DOI)
Die Glocken der Klosterkirche Engelberg / [P. Urban Hodel... et al.] ; [Photos : Herrn Karl Meuser, P. Karl Stadler und P. Ratpert Roth]
Auteur:Hodel, Urban; Meuser, Karl; Stadler, Karl; Roth, Ratpert Editeur:
Engelberg : Stiftsdruckerei
40 S. : Ill.
Classification:vs-basm 231.1ENG No RERO: