The main struggle in the Allied Council in 1946 was over a new Control Agreement between the four occupying Powers. The issue at stake was whether the Austrian government and parliament were to conduct the country’s affairs in a normal way, or whether they were to be the servants of the occupying powers, acting collectively or singly.
KeywordsAustrian Government Explanatory Memorandum Control Agreement Western Ally Police Inspector
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- 264.William B. Bader, Austria between East and West 1945–1955 (Palo Alto, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1966) p. 75; quoting Dulles Papers, C.F.M. Minutes, vol. I, USDEL(49)(P).Google Scholar