International: Austria's Fate

Austrians used to joke affectionately about their late, great, little Engelbert Dollfuss, saying that when he was worried he used to spend all night pacing up & down under his bed. If the stouthearted little Chancellor, murdered eleven years ago by the Nazis, had been alive last week, he would have paced up & down all night and every night.

At the Moscow conference the Big Three had proclaimed their intention to help a "free and independent Austria . . . find that political and economic security which is the only basis for lasting peace."...

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