‘European disappointment II’ from the Arbeiter-Zeitung (14 August 1946)

On 14 August 1946, Oscar Pollak, Editor-in-Chief of the Austrian daily newspaper Arbeiter-Zeitung, condemns the fact that the national resistance movements against the Hitler regime did not culminate in a European revolution and European unity and underlines the responsibility of the Great Powers that participated in the Teheran, Yalta and Potsdam Conferences which led to the division of the continent.

Source and copyright

Source: Arbeiter-Zeitung. 14.08.1946, n° 188. Wien.

Copyright: (c) Arbeiter Zeitung

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