Dollfuss


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Doll·fuss

 (dôl′fo͞os′), Engelbert 1892-1934.
Austrian politician who as chancellor (1932-1934) established an authoritarian, one-party state. He was assassinated by Austrian Nazis.
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Dollfuss

(German ˈdɔlfuːs)
n
(Biography) Engelbert (ˈɛŋəlbɛrt). 1892–1934, Austrian statesman, chancellor (1932–34), who was assassinated by Austrian Nazis
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A Engelbert Dollfuss B Gustav Reinhardt C Max Wolfgang D Sebastien Richtenberg
[1.] Dollfuss H, Bauer B, Decleve G, Verhaaren H, Utard-Wlerick G, Bakker S, Leclerq E, Murphy J.
Lucas Dollfuss, head of The Tea Company by UFS, Middle East said: "We will provide on-site training on how to execute the perfect serve of tea to guests, as well as a website to browse the different tea variants and tea materials.
En Austria, el canciller Engelbert Dollfuss, lider del Frente Patriotico, goberno la nacion alpina practicamente por decreto junto con las fuerzas paramilitares nacionalistas de las Heimwehr entre 1932 y 1934.
(58) As Gobat puts it: "these elite Conservatives drew their main inspiration not so much from fascist Italy and Nazi Germany as from Catholic corporatist dictatorships such as Primo de Rivera's Spain (1923-30), Salazar's Portugal (1932-68), and Dollfuss's Austria (1932-34), as well as from Catholic-based movements like the Action Francaise and Argentina's Nationalists (Confronting 221-224).
"Addressing food safety is complex," said Unilever's Lucas Dollfuss. "Chefs across the region tell us that sometimes they are simply not able to give it appropriate attention in their kitchen, because they have no easy training materials, lack time and resources.
In April of 1933 Dollfuss illegally confiscated a massive sum--22
Como hace notar este traductor en su nota a pie de pagina, cuando Celan se refiere a Viena esta cavilando en: la "rebelion obrera contra el gobierno Dollfuss en Viena en 1934" (Reina Palazon, 1999, p.
Horthy, Austria under Dollfuss and Schuschnigg, Germany under Hitler,