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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.

Dollfuss

(German ˈdɔlfuːs)
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(Biography) Engelbert (ˈɛŋəlbɛrt). 1892–1934, Austrian statesman, chancellor (1932–34), who was assassinated by Austrian Nazis
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It was Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss who turned Austria from a democracy to an authoritarian state.
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