Foreign News: Anschluss Art

Prime sample of Nazi conjuring at the anti-Schuschnigg exhibit at Tulln last week was a goggling, cadaver-like effigy of the former Chancellor cruelly tagged "Comical Kurt." Elsewhere, Nazi investigators were tirelessly conjuring up a case to link Kurt un-comically with the execution in 1934 of a number of National Socialists who killed his boss, Engelbert Dollfuss. Meanwhile, still a closely-watched prisoner in his Belvedere Castle, Herr Schuschnigg was being permitted the comfort of daily visits from his blonde, 34-year-old fiancee, Countess Vera Fugger von Babenhausen, whose talent for fine music was Schuschnigg's...

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