Art: Otto's Treasure

In Vienna last week there was talk of only one thing, that Archduke Otto, 21-year-old exiled pretender to the Austrian Throne, was about to inherit a greater fortune than any other man of 1934. For a week Duke Maximilian von Hohenberg, the assassination of whose father, Archduke Francis Ferdinand, set off the World War in 1914, had been conferring with onetime Chancellor Otto Ender about the restoration of Habsburg properties confiscated during revolution. Last week their plans were well under way. To Otto, as head of the house, will go Habsburg jewels...

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