AUSTRIA: Prince's Henchmen

Linz on the Danube is large, modern, comparatively prosperous. There are large iron works and ship yards for building river boats. Perched dramatically on a pine-clad rock just outside of Linz is feudal Schloss Waxenberg, subject of Linz's most popular post cards, hereditary fief of proud Prince Ernst Rüdiger von Starhemberg. Linz's industrial population is heartily Socialist. Prince Ernst, lord of Schloss Waxenberg, is loudly, violently Royalist. Unlike most Austrian princes he is still rich. Despite the cordial hatred of Linz factory workers, he is treated with the greatest deference and respect...

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