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The International Legal Status of Austria 1938-1955

Author: Robert E Clute
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1962.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Austria was the first victim of Hitler's policy of aggression. The Ger man domination of that country (the so-called Anschluss) heralded the beginning of a diplomatie demarche. The event also had deep implications for the legal system of the international community. The Allied occupation of Austria after W orId War II and the long delay in attaining aState Treaty to arrange for the Allied withdrawal from Austrian  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert E Clute
ISBN: 9789401509695 9401509697
OCLC Number: 851377136
Description: 1 online resource (157 pages)
Contents: I. The Legality of the Anschluss --
Conventional Obligations and the Anschluss --
The Advent of Anschluss --
The Reaction of the International Community --
Conflicting Views --
II. Austrian Independence --
Constitutional Developments, First Phase --
Constitutional Developments, Second Phase --
Domestic Developments and Austrian Authority --
III. Recognition --
Court Cases --
IV. Nationality --
The War Period --
The Post-War Period --
V. The Public Foreign Debt --
The Anschluss --
Post-World-War-II Arrangements --
VI. Treaties --
The Anschluss Period --
Austria's Statehood --
The Continuity of the Austrian State --
VII. Austria's Status in International Organizations --
The League of Nations --
The United Nations --
The Specialized Agencies of the United Nations --
VIII. Conclusions --
The Problem --
The Anschluss and Traditional International Law --
Changing Concepts in International Law --
Appendices --
A. Cases from National Courts --
B. Bilateral Agreements to which Austria has been a Party, 1946-1952 --
Selected Bibliography.
Responsibility: by Robert E. Clute.

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The Allied occupation of Austria after W orId War II and the long delay in attaining aState Treaty to arrange for the Allied withdrawal from Austrian territory eventually gave rise to some doubts as  Read more...

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