‘European disappointment I’ from the Arbeiter-Zeitung (13 August 1946)

On 13 August 1946, Oscar Pollak, Editor-in-Chief of the Austrian daily newspaper Arbeiter-Zeitung, recalls how, in 1941 in Vienna, against the backdrop of Fascist Europe, the hope was born of a European revolution which would create a Socialist Europe on the basis of a federation of free countries, despite the opposition of the Great Powers.

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Source: Arbeiter-Zeitung. 13.08.1946, n° 187. Wien.

Copyright: (c) Arbeiter Zeitung

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