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  1. The usage of the term "Anschluss" has been widespread before and in 1938 describing an incorporation of Austria into Germany. (Web site)
  2. Anschluss is a German word for union, and was an slogan in the battle to unite Germany and Austria.
  3. The word "Anschluss" outside the context of March 1938 is properly translated as "joinder", "connection", "unification" or "political union". (Web site)
  4. I do not aim to give a dictionary defintion of the word "anschluss", but rather the meaning of it in context of 1938. (Web site)
  5. The Anschluss was given immediate effect by legislative act on 13 March, subject to ratification by a plebiscite.


  1. In 1938, Austrian Chancellor Schuschnigg was forced to agree to Hitler's demands for Anschluss, but reneged, calling for a plebiscite. (Web site)
  2. Moreover, for a long while the Nazis had been demanding a plebiscite on the question of Anschluss. (Web site)
  3. Four weeks later, 99% of Austrians voted in favour of the annexation ( Anschluss) of their country to Germany. (Web site)
  4. In March 1938, men from the Standarte were among the first units which marched into Austria during the Anschluss.
  5. After the abortive rising and the deplorable assassination of Dollfuss, the movement in favour of the Anschluss was savagely suppressed.


  1. On March 12, 1938, Hitler pressured his native Austria into unification with Germany (the Anschluss) and made a triumphal entry into Vienna.
  2. But von Schuschnigg ignored the warning and on March 9 called a national vote for March 13 to resolve the question of Anschluss once and for all.
  3. John Banner, a Jew, fled his native Austria in 1938 after the Nazi Anschluss.
  4. They first appeared during the Anschluss (unification with Austria), reappearing on the invasion of Czechoslovakia. (Web site)
  5. In the Anschluss of 1938, Hitler added Austria to the German Empire, and in 1939, pressured Lithuania into returning the Memelland.


  1. Mauraz selbst besitzt keinen Anschluss an das Netz des -ffentlichen Verkehrs.
  2. Das Besondere: der Studienabschluss berechtigt auch zur Ableistung eines verkLrzten WirtschaftsprLfungsexamens im unmittelbaren Anschluss an das Studium.


  1. Von einem ganz anderen Blickpunkt aus sah David Herzog, der jüdische Religionslehrer unserer Schule, den Anschluss an das Deutsche Reich.
  2. Durch den Ausbau des Flughafens Klagenfurt in den letzten Jahren gelang K-rnten der Anschluss an den internationalen Flugreisetourismus.


  1. Nach dem Anschluss folgte bald die Volksabstimmung vom 10.
  2. Natürlich verschwanden sofort nach dem Anschluss alle Zeichen für den Ständestaat, und Hakenkreuzfahnen wurden statt dessen aufgestellt.
  3. Gallen, mit der A3 hat man Anschluss nach Basel und Chur und die A4 verbindet Winterthur via ZXrich mit Luzern.


  1. The 1919 peace treaty of St. Germain prohibited Anschluss, to prevent a resurgence of a strong Germany. (Web site)
  2. After the Treaty of Versailles, an Anschluss, or union, between Germany and a newly reformed Austria was prohibited by the Allies.
  3. And there they stayed until the Anschluss, when Adolf Hitler claimed the Spear of Destiny as his own[1].
  4. During the Anschluss, when Austria was annexed to Germany, Adolf Hitler took the lance. (Web site)


  1. With power quickly transferred over to Germany, the Wehrmacht troops entered Austria to enforce the Anschluss. (Web site)
  2. The takeover allowed German troops to enter Austria as "enforcers of the Anschluss", since the Party quickly transferred power to Hitler.
  3. After the receipt of this telegram, German troops marched in and the Anschluss was accomplished without the loss of a single life.


  1. The regalia briefly left Vienna after the so-called " Anschluss ", when Hitler had them sent to Nuremberg in 1938.
  2. The photograph below shows Jews being forced to scrub Schuschnigg's Fatherland Front slogans off the sidewalks of Vienna after the Anschluss. (Web site)

Nazi Germany

  1. Following the Anschluss of Nazi Germany and Austria in March 1938, Nazi leader Adolf Hitler 's next target for annexation was Czechoslovakia. (Web site)
  2. It however omits to present the differences between the "Anschluss" and other annexations of Nazi Germany backed by force, i.e. (Web site)
  3. Since then the agitation for the Anschluss has never ceased, and has grown in intensity as Germany under Hitler once more became a free nation.
  4. The world came ever closer to war when Nazi Germany invaded Austria and Hitler declared the Anschluss, or union, between the two countries.


  1. Some historical sources, for instance Encyclopedia Britannica and the Encarta Encyclopedia describe the Anschluss as an "annexation" [11].
  2. Some historical sources, for instance, Encyclop--dia Britannica, describe the Anschluss as an "annexation"[8] rather than a union. (Web site)

Free Online

  1. However, the 1938 Anschluss, regardless of its popularity, was enacted by Germany.
  2. He was an Austrian policeman who automatically became a member of the Austrian Gestapo following the Anschluss. (Web site)
  3. TD {font-size:10pt} Anschluss definition of Anschluss in the Free Online Encyclopedia. (Web site)
  4. Information about Anschluss in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia.


  1. So it does give space to the POV that Anschluss is a willing union.
  2. Outside this context "Anschluss" is properly translated as "join", "connection", "unification" or "political union".
  3. The slogan was used to great effect in 1938, with the Anschluss ('union'), when Germany joined in union with Austria. (Web site)
  4. Britannica online encyclopedia article on Anschluss: political union of Austria with Germany, achieved through annexation by Adolf Hitler in 1938.


  1. The Austrian branch of the SS developed in 1934 as a covert force to influence the Anschluss with Germany which would occur in 1938.
  2. Anschluss ( Anschlu--) --- annexation, in particular the annexation of Austria in 1938.
  3. Herbert von Karajan, conductor, joined the NSDAP in 1933 in Salzburg, Austria, five years before the Anschluss.
  4. Many Austrian political figures did not hesitate to announce their support of the Anschluss and their relief that it happened without violence.
  5. When Austria was annexed by Germany in the Anschluss of 1938, the existing Austrian Nazi Party was quickly installed to replace the old Austrian government. (Web site)

Anschluss Austria

  1. The brutal takeover: The Austrian ex-Chancellor's account of the Anschluss of Austria by Hitler.
  2. However, the word commonly used in German for the process of spring 1938 is Anschluss.
  3. On Hitler's order the Austrian chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss was assassinated, and the Anschluss amalgamated Austria with the Reich. (Web site)
  4. Anschluss Austria overwhelmingly embraced the Nazi platform and attitudes.
  5. Not as tyrants have we come, but as liberators." Anschluss, Spartacus Schoolnet (reactions on the Anschluss).


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