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Catholic Church and the authoritarian regime in Austria, 1933-1938

Laura S. Gellott

Catholic Church and the authoritarian regime in Austria, 1933-1938

by Laura S. Gellott

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Austria
    • Subjects:
    • Catholic Church -- Austria -- History -- 20th century,
    • Church and state -- Austria -- History -- 20th century,
    • Authoritarianism -- Austria -- History -- 20th century,
    • Austria -- History -- 1918-1938,
    • Austria -- Church history -- 20th century

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLaura S. Gellott.
      SeriesModern European history
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX1517 .G45 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 417 p. ;
      Number of Pages417
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2372271M
      ISBN 100824080483
      LC Control Number87000259

      An early example is Austria which developed a quasi-fascist authoritarian Catholic regime some call the "Austro-fascist" Ständestaat between and There is little debate over Slovakia, where the fascist dictator was a Catholic monsignor; and Croatia, where the fascist Ustashe identified itself as a. Accept. We use cookies to improve your website experience. To learn about our use of cookies and how you can manage your cookie settings, please see our Cookie Policy. By closing this message, you are consenting to our use of cookies.

      On March 12, Austria marked the 80th anniversary of its annexation by Germany, which was under the rule of the Nazi regime at the time. In , Nazi Germany's supreme leader Adolf Hitler ordered , of his soldiers, the SS and police officers to invade Austria, his native country, subsequently declaring its Anschluss (annexation). May 22,  · During the s, Austrian film production companies developed a process to navigate the competing demands of audiences in Nazi Germany and those found in broader Western markets. In Screening Transcendence, film historian Robert Dassanowsky explores how Brand: Indiana University Press.

      The Austrian Civil War (German: Österreichischer Bürgerkrieg), also known as the February Uprising (German: Februarkämpfe), is a term sometimes used for four days of skirmishes between socialists and the Austrian Army, between 12 February and 16 February , in Austria. The clashes started in Linz and took place principally in the cities of Vienna, Graz, Bruck an der Mur, Judenburg. Conservative and liberal Catholic social thought in Austria. The first part of Knoll’s book of is a survey of the literature on the Social Question. He briefly summarizes the critique of capitalism and liberalism in the writings of German romanticist philosophers, French, English and German socialists and the German. Kathedersozialisten.


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Catholic Church and the authoritarian regime in Austria, 1933-1938 by Laura S. Gellott Download PDF EPUB FB2

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It has been accepted for inclusion in Consensus by an () "The Catholic Church and the Authoritarian Regime in Austria, ,"Consensus: Vol. Iss. 2, Article 15 Author: Oscar Cole-Arnal. The Catholic Church and the Authoritarian Regime in Austria, By Oscar Cole-Arnal.

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New York: Garland, Vexler, Robert I. Austria: A Chronology and Fact Book, Dobbs Ferry, New York: Oceana, Ward, David. The. The Catholic Church and the authoritarian regime in Austria, / by: Gellott, Laura S., Published: () Die kirchlichen Zustände in Oesterreich und das allgemeine Konzil in Rom by: Schöpf, Ignaz.

Published: (). It established an authoritarian and corporatist regime, the Federal State of Austria, which is commonly known in German as the Ständestaat ("corporate state"). According to the Fatherland Front this form of government and society implemented the social teaching of Pope Pius XI's encyclical Quadragesimo rioscollera.com(s): Engelbert Dollfuss (–34), Ernst.

Austrofascism (German: Austrofaschismus) was the authoritarian system installed in Austria with the May Constitution ofwhich ceased with the annexation of the newly founded Federal State of Austria into Nazi Germany in It was based on a ruling party, the Fatherland Front (Vaterländische Front) and the Heimwehr (Home Guard) paramilitary militia.

Recent Writings on the Ständestaat, – - Volume 26 - Laura GellottCited by: 2. state and church again built a union to control and discipline the “simple” people. Again, clerics represented and supported the authority in Vienna; and again, resistance fighting the authoritarian regime became strong in the underground — this time by the Nazis.

The Church and the Christian»Ständestaat«(–)Author: Johannes Thonhauser. The Catholic Church and the authoritarian regime in Austria, / BXG45 Garland Pub., Gender, patriarchy, and fascism in the Third Reich: the response of women writers / PTG45 Wayne State University Press, c Jun 23,  · The contents range from files relating to the leadership of the regime and its relations with the Catholic church, to the establishment and development of the Fatherland Front, to reports from the movement’s regional branches, and details of the legitimist Author: Tim Kirk.

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National Socialism and the Roman Catholic Church: Being an Account of the Conflict Between the National Socialist Government of Germany and the Roman Catholic Church, Nathaniel Micklem Oxford University Press, - Allemagne - Religion - - pages.

Between &Eric Voegelin published four books that expressly stated his opposition to the increasingly powerful Hitler regime. As a result, he was forced to leave his homeland in Twenty years later, he returned to Germany as a professor of political science at Ludwig-Maximilian University.

a German Catholic Church that. Abstract ‘Austrofascism is back’. 1 This is the opening statement of two young Viennese scholars, F. Wenninger and L. Dreidemy, in a recent collected volume dealing with the Dollfuss-Schuschnigg regime, and refers to the observation that ‘since the s the era of National Socialism’ has dominated historical research on Austria’s 20th century at the expense of other topics.

2 A tell Author: Gerhard Botz. Sep 09,  · The book by the British journalist, G.E.R. Gedye, Fallen Bastions, offers an eye-witness account of Austria‘s annexation into Hitler’s Germany and the treacherous roles various nations – not just Nazi Germany – played in her downfall.

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