• John Paxton
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Following the break-up of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Republic of Austria was proclaimed on 12 Nov. 1918. On 12 March 1938 Austria was forcibly absorbed in the German Reich as Ostmark until it was liberated by the Allied armies in 1945. On 27 April 1945 a provisional government was set up and was recognized by the Allies on 20 Oct. 1945. Austria recovered its full independence on 27 July 1955.

Republik Österreich


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Further Reading

  1. Statistisches Handbuch für die Republik Österreich. New Series from 1950. AnnuallyGoogle Scholar
  2. Statistische Nachrichten. MonthlyGoogle Scholar
  3. Beiträge zur österreichischen Statistik (850 vols.)Google Scholar
  4. Ergebnisse der Volkszählung vom 12 Mai 1981 (26 vols.)Google Scholar
  5. Ergebnisse der Häuser- und Wohnungszählung vom 12 Mai 1981 (14 vols.)Google Scholar
  6. Statistik in Österreich 1918–1938. [Bibliography] Vienna, 1985Google Scholar
  7. Veröffentlichungen des Östen. Statist Zentralamfes 1945–1985. [Bibliography] Vienna, 1986Google Scholar
  8. Bobek, H. (ed.) Atlas der Republik Österreich. 3 vols. Vienna, 1961 ff.Google Scholar
  9. Salt, D., Austria. [Bibliography] Oxford and Santa Barbara, 1986Google Scholar
  10. Sotriffer, K., Greater Austria: 100 Years of Intellectual and Social Life from 1800 to the Present Time. Vienna, 1982Google Scholar
  11. Waldheim, K., In the Eye of the Storm. London, 1985Google Scholar

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