3 edition of Fascism and the working class in Austria, 1918-1934 found in the catalog.
Fascism and the working class in Austria, 1918-1934
Lewis, Jill Dr.
by Berg, Distributed exclusively in the US and Canada by St. Martin"s Press in New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-226) and index.
|LC Classifications||HD8419.S82 L49 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||90041438|
—Helmut Gruber, author of Red Vienna: Experiment in Working-Class Culture, – "The insurrection of February left behind the glorious memory of resistance to fascism by arms and not merely by speeches."Reviews: 1. Introduction; 1. Austrian fascism, 'Austro fascism' and the working class; 2. Economic integration and political opposition between the Anschluss and the war; 3. The war economy and the changing workforce, ; 4. Work discipline in the war economy; 5. Popular opinion and political protest in working class communities; Conclusion.
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This detailed book moves beyond the standard Vienna-centric approach to inter-war Austrian affairs to a broader reflection of Austrian society as a. Fascism and the Working Class in Austria, The Failure of Labour in the First Republic by Pages: Fascism and the working class in Austria, New York: Berg: Distributed exclusively in the US and Fascism and the working class in Austria by St.
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Anson Rabinbach, Jill Lewis. Fascism and the Working Class in Austria, – The Failure of Labour in the First York: Berg; distributed by St. Martin's. Author: Anson Rabinbach. Nazism and the Working Class in Austria is a case study of the ambiguous relationship between state and society in Austria under the Nazis.
It places the experience of Austrian industrial workers in the Third Reich in a broader historical context, from the origins of the earliest 'national socialist' movements in the backwaters of the Habsburg /5(3).
The Fatherland Front (German: Vaterländische Front, VF) was the right-wing to far-right nationalist and corporatist ruling political organisation of the Federal State of claimed to be a nonpartisan movement, and aimed to unite all the people of Austria, overcoming political and social divisions. Established on 20 May by Christian Social Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss as the.
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(Jill Lewis, Fascism and the working class in Austria, the failure of labour in the First Republic [New York/Oxford: Berg, ], ) That benefits “were meagre for only one year” meant “that the long term unemployed – perhaps half as many again as the number of claimants had no means of support.” Ironically.
The Austrian Civil War (German: Österreichischer Bürgerkrieg), also known as the February Uprising (German: Februarkämpfe), is a term sometimes used for a few days of skirmishes between Fascist and Socialist forces between 12 and 16 Februaryin clashes started in Linz and took place principally in the cities of Vienna, Graz, Bruck an der Mur, Judenburg, Wiener Neustadt and.
Steirischer Heimatschutz und österreichischer Nalionalsozialismus – (Vienna: Europa Verlag, ). The author is currently writing a collaborative book on the Austrian Nazi Party under the tentative title, “Hitler and the Forgotten Nazis.
National Socialism in Austria and Czechoslovakia.”. These ten essays collect together Mason's most significant writings, including discussions of the domestic origins of the Second World War, the role of Hitler, and the character of working-class resistance, as well as his pathbreaking study of women under National Socialism, and examples of comparative work on fascism and Nazism.
Fascism and the working class in Austria, the failure of labour in the first republic / by: Lewis, Jill. Published: () Austria in the new Europe / Published: (). Fascism - Fascism - Intellectual origins: Mussolini and Hitler did not invent fascist ideology.
Indeed, fascism was neither a 20th-century creation nor a peculiarly Italian or German one. Originating in the 19th century, fascist ideas appeared in the works of writers from France as well as Austria, Germany, and Italy, including political theorists such as Theodor Fritsch, Paul Anton de Lagarde.
Nazism and the Working Class in Austria is a case This book contains essays by distinguished scholar Professor Dan Stone on Fascism, Nazism and the Radical Right in Austria, av John T. Lauridsen inbunden,Engelska, ISBN This volume offers a comparative analysis of the two most important radical right-wing.
After all, the National Socialist Factory Cell Organization (N.S.B.O.) had a substantial working-class following well beforeand in Austria. fighting strength of the united working class in France.
At the same time in Austria the lessons of the February battles have produced a far-reaching transformation in the working class. The illegal Communist Party has advanced to the position of a mass party with the absorption of the left Social Democratic and Schutzbund elements, many.
working class. The work of Timothy Mason, and the debate among German social historians A crucial work in the history of relations between Nazism and the working class is the book by Timothy W.
Mason, Arbeiterklasse und Volksgemeinschaft ("Working Class and the 'National Community'" [published in English as Social Policy in the Third Reich. Fascism: Past, Present, Future (NY: Oxford, ). Larsen, Stein Ugelvik (ed.) Fascism Outside Europe: The European Impulse Against Domestic Conditions in the Diffusion of Global Fascism (NY: Columbia U, ).
Lewis, Jill. Fascism & the Working Class in Austria, The Failure of Labor in the First Republic (NY: Berg, ). Bill Landles: a working-class fighter for 75 years 29 Mar ; Coronavirus and the shock doctrine: capitalism is the disaster 24 Mar ; In memory of Harry Whittaker (9 August – 16 March ): a working-class hero 17 Mar This is a collection of ten path-breaking essays on the history of the National Socialist regime in Germany.
The topics covered here include the origins of the Second World War, the role of Hitler in the Nazi regime, and the position of the working class and of women under National s: 1.The working class has behind it twenty years of rich experience and revolutionary trials, bitter lessons of a number of defeats, especially in Germany, Austria and Spain.
The working class has before it the inspiring example of the Soviet Union, the land of victorious socialism, an example of how the class enemy can be defeated, how the working.