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It looks ike the title of the question is less the focus than the body part for answering a question about: Q perhaps there were other, slightly lower-ranking Austrian-born Nazis who nonetheless wielded some appreciable degree of political power. Since Austria had its own nazi-party since 1903, called NDSAP (1918–1926), and a string of related predecessor ...


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No definitive answer. But an exploration of alternatives to narrow this down a bit. Most probable: a magical device, a tool used for divination, that is finding – if not transmutation, that is making precious metals. The bird above the rod and the helix around the rod reads like description for a caduceus. What we see in this picture is purely about ...


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Not Austria, Prussia received the 'best share' in the end. It's not about size. Neither population nor territorial size. It's purely location, location, location. In terms of strategic positioning. It was most strategically important for Prussia itself, and a long standing goal, not just a 'border correction', but arrondisement and strategic importance. For ...


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It is important to understand why Maria Theresa protested Austrian involvement. It wasn't that she didn't want Austria to succeed over her neighbours, but rather in her mind it was immoral of them to cut apart another God-given crown (and especially one which had saved Austria herself from the Ottoman threat only a century previously). Maria Theresa ...


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