AUSTRIA: Dollfuss on the Danube

Leaving Vienna for a purpose, little Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss climbed down from his railway carriage at Budapest one day last week and shook hands with his beetle-browed confrère, Premier Gömbös of Hungary. It was an occasion. They talked. While the ignorant prattled about the restoration of the Austro-Hungarian empire, Der Kleiner Engelbert, presented with a big bunch of posies by a group of Austrian girls living in the city divided by the Danube, made a cocky little speech:

"I have heard from responsible persons that it is expected abroad that the present...

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