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The Moscow Declaration on Austria, 1943

  • Elisabeth Barker

Abstract

The initiative in working out a joint Allied policy towards Austria came from the British. At this time they were still blithely — in retrospect, blindly — self-confident in their power to play a leading part in shaping the design of postwar Europe. In particular, Churchill-in his spare moments — seemed to feel himself to be a master-architect.

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Notes

  1. 198.
    Winston S. Churchill, The World Crisis: The Aftermath (Macmillan, 1941) pp. 228–9.Google Scholar
  2. 201.
  3. 213.
  4. 222.
    Winston S. Churchill, The Second World War (Cassell, 1954) VI 210.Google Scholar

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© Elisabeth Barker 1973

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