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AuthorRadspieler, Tony. author
TitleThe Ethnic German Refugee in Austria 1945 to 1954 [electronic resource] / by Tony Radspieler
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1955
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-7910-2
Descript XVI, 212 p. 1 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

"The Ethnic German Refugee in Austria 1945 to 1954" is an objective book and that is why the reading of this extremely interesting study creates a feeling of sadness, but at the same time a conviction that it is still possible to alleviate the grief of the numerous refugees in Austria, provided properly co-ordinated assistance is offered. The resultant feeling of sadness, which is most acute, is due to the characteristic of this book in which facts and figures are given in a purely scientific and sober manner, thus driving home the truly horrible human folly that was at the bottom of two world wars. Millions of people were turned from house and home, people for whom the very notion of "native country" has become a lata morgana. As flotsam and jetsam they have drifted to lands and places where they are not at all or barely welcome, and where, on the whole, they cannot find a permanent and humane existence. This thorough study which is averse to sentimentality cannot fail to make a deep impression on the reader. Allowance is made for the difficult position in which Austria found herself after the first world war, and especially after the second; it is granted that nevertheless much has been done for the refugees there. Further it cannot be ignored that various official and private agencies have contributed greatly to lighten the burden of the refugees


CONTENT

I. Introduction -- Definitions: Refugee -- Ethnic German Refugee -- Expellee -- Displaced Person -- Austrian Government Refugee Nomenclature: (Fremdsprachige Flรผchtlinge) Non-German Speaking Refugees -- (Deutschsprachige Flรผchtlinge) German Speaking Refugees -- (Deutsche Staatsangehรถrige) German Citizens -- (Sรผdtiroler) South Tyroleans -- (Auslandjรผdische Flรผchtlinge) Alien Jewish Refugees -- II. Historical Background of the Ethnic German Refugee in Austria -- A. Ethnic German Groups in Austria Exceeding 100,000 -- B. Ethnic German Groups in Austria Numbering 5โ{128}{147}20,000 -- C. Ethnic German Refugees in Austria Numbering Less Than 5,000 -- Summary -- III. Statistical and Demographic Aspects -- A. Introduction -- B. Regional Distribution in Austria -- C. Age and Sex Structure of the Ethnic German Refugee -- D. Naturalization -- E. Emigration -- Summary -- IV. The Legal Status of the Ethnic German Refugee in Austria -- A. General Remarks and Definition of Statelessness -- B. Authorities and Competences Regulating Refugee Life in Austria -- C Public and Private Rights of the Ethnic German Refugee in Austria -- D. Naturalization Procedure -- E. The Geneva Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees -- Summary -- V. The Economic Status of the Ethnic German Refugee in Austria -- A. The Agrarian Sector -- Summary -- B. The Industrial Sector -- Summary -- C. housing conditions -- Summary -- D. welfare assistance -- Summary -- E. refugee finance institutions and projects -- Summary -- VI. The Social, Political and Psychological Status of the Ethnic German Refugee in Austria -- A. Social Status -- B. Socio-Political Organization -- C. Political Factors -- D. Psychological Aspects -- Summary -- VII. A Summary of Past Contributions and Future Needs -- A. The Austrian Contribution to the Ethnic German Refugee -- B. The Ethnic German Contribution to Austria -- C. Ethnic German Refugee Needs in Austria


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