Austria in World War II An Anglo-American Dilemma

by Robert H. Keyserlingk

Austria in World War II An Anglo-American Dilemma Synopsis

Not only does Keyserlingk show that Great Britain and the US recognized the Anschluss both in fact and in law throughout the war, he also reveals the growing importance of propaganda as a tool of government.

Austria in World War II An Anglo-American Dilemma Press Reviews

Well researched and soberly written, Keyserlingk's book gives a thorough overview of many different aspects of Anglo-American attitudes towards Austria from Anschluss to the beginnings of the cold war ... a book of broad coverage and fascinating detail. John Warren, Times Higher Education Supplement. Austria should be grateful to this Canadian scholar for filling an important void in its history. Wolfgang Haider, International Perspectives. an effective revisionist book. R.E. Neil, Choice.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780773508002
Publication date: 1st June 1988
Author: Robert H. Keyserlingk
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 328 pages
Categories: European history, Second World War,

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