AUSTRIA: In Memoriam

By order of ex-Empress Zita of Austria-Hungary, Monarchists attended the 25th anniversary of the assassination of the late Empress Elizabeth, * celebrated in the Capueiner Church in Vienna. During the ceremony a detective arrested Count Hoying, President of the Austrian State (Monarchist) Party, charging him with attempting to kill Eckartsau, Executor of ex-Emperor Karl's estates. Count Hoying denied the charge, characterizing it as an attempt at political revenge. He admitted, however, that he had charged Eckartsau with "wilfully sabotaging" settlement of the Habsburg estates. Empress Elizabeth, daughter of Duke Maximilian...

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