AUSTRIA: Success for Seipel

When Monsignor Ignaz Seipel, bald, beak-nosed former Chancellor of the Austrian Republic, sets out to upset a cabinet he succeeds. Last week this most potent of Austrian politicians was, characteristically, in Oslo, Norway, when the Austrian cabinet he has been working on all summer actually fell.

On the face of things it merely seemed that several of aristocratic, van dyke-bearded Chancellor Johann Schober's cabinet members had quarreled with him one by one, had one by one resigned. Decisive was the resignation last week of Vice-Chancellor and Minister of Defense Carl Vaugoin, Seipel...

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