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Anschluss: German Troops Occupy Austria (1938) Options
Daemon
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Anschluss: German Troops Occupy Austria (1938)

Though the union of Austria and Germany was forbidden by the Treaty of Saint-Germain in 1919, the Nazis annexed Austria in 1938. The German term Anschluss—"annexation"—is most frequently used in reference to this event. When the Nazis entered Austria to enforce the Anschluss, they encountered no military opposition and quickly took control. The US, USSR, and UK signed a declaration proclaiming the Anschluss null and void in 1943, yet Austria did not regain its sovereignty until what year? More...
Dr. Mohammed Albadri
Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 6:17:46 AM

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History is pregnant with tragedies
TheParser
Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 7:01:19 AM
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Daemon wrote:
The USSR signed a declaration proclaiming the Anschluss null and void.


I guess that Russia will understand why the Good Guys will soon declare that the seizure of the Crimea is null and void.
curmudgeonine
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How frightening it must have been during this time.

Ukraine, Crimea, Russia today . . .
kenturner1
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Seven years of occupation. And 10 years of limbo.

**DISCLAIMER**
Marguerite
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Can anyone tell me what is different between the Nazi's invasion of Poland, the land of my forefathers, and the US invasion of Iraq, another lan of pretty people? I really would like to know.
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