The Austrian Socialist Emigration during World War II and the Yugoslav Question
The author presents the views held by the Austrian socialist emigration in Great Britain towards the Yugoslav question and the reestablishment of Austria. The first part of the article gives a brief account of the activities and organizational structure of the socialist emigration in Great Britain, the second part deals with the views on the problem indicated in the title. To the author this means the attitude towards Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav and Slovene National Liberation War arid towards the Carinthian Slovenes. These issues are linked up closely with the views of the Austrian socialist emigration on the fate of Austria after the war.
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