Austria: Revised Edition by Michael Mitchell

Austria: Revised Edition by Michael Mitchell

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The main reason for this perception was not simply the reduction in size, but the fact that Austria, and in particular the capital Vienna, had developed as the centre of an empire of 50 million. Separated from its traditional hinterland, it was over-provided with, for example, banking and insurance facilities, bureaucrats and soldiers, and cut off from many of its food suppliers and industrial areas. Furthermore, very few of the population were politically committed to the republic. The upper classes, ex-army officers and large parts of officialdom still felt their loyalty belonged to the departed emperor while both the Social Democrats and the conservative middle classes thought Austria's future lay in being part of a greater Germany, something which was expressly forbidden by the peace treaty.

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