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Unzugehoerig : Oesterreicher und Juden nach 1945

Author: Ruth Beckermann
Publisher: Wien : Loecker, 1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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Argues that after 1945 no political party was willing to acknowledge Austria's share in Nazi guilt. Unlike Adenauer's Germany, which encouraged the Jews' return and paid restitution, Austria obstructed the return of Austrian Jews and refused them the status accorded to Nazi political victims. The population remained antisemitic, and only the presence of Allied forces prevented violent outbreaks against Jews. Jews'  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Beckermann
ISBN: 3854091575 9783854091578
OCLC Number: 22909088
Description: 140 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Ruth Beckermann.

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Argues that after 1945 no political party was willing to acknowledge Austria's share in Nazi guilt. Unlike Adenauer's Germany, which encouraged the Jews' return and paid restitution, Austria obstructed the return of Austrian Jews and refused them the status accorded to Nazi political victims. The population remained antisemitic, and only the presence of Allied forces prevented violent outbreaks against Jews. Jews' claims to restore their property were especially resisted. Allied pressure on the government to agree to restitution was attributed to the "pernicious influence" of American Jews. Negotiations finally began in 1953 and were dragged out to 1961, with unsatisfactory results. Jewish children born, like the author, in postwar Vienna experienced antisemitism and social isolation. Their hopes of the youth rebellion of the 1960s were disappointed when their New Left comrades either ignored the existence of Jews and antisemitism or turned the Jews into symbolic victims, like the Palestinians.

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