0000042490 00000 n The result is a synopsis of the most important political, social and economic problems that resulted from the dissolution of the Habsburg monarchy, and also of the interests of the victorious Allied powers and the new successor states. The end of World War I, which had been triggered by Austria-Hungary in 1914 with the declaration of war on Serbia, brought a sigh of relief across Europe, democratization and several new states on the Central and Eastern European map, which had previously been dominated by the Habsburg monarchy. On September 10, 1919, less than a year after losing World War I, the still young Republic of Austria had to sign a painful peace treaty at the Chteau de Saint-Germain-en-Laye painful in that it imposed strict conditions and large territorial losses for Austria. Curtailing Berlins imperialist politics For his book Suppan researched previously unknown archive material, especially from East-Central and Southeast Europe, in order to develop a comprehensive perspective of the two peace treaties. Suddenly, millions of minorities lived in what they perceived to be the "wrong" country. The no less harsh Treaty of Trianon, between the victorious Triple Entente and Hungary, followed in June 1920. 0000047928 00000 n 0000001532 00000 n 0000004212 00000 n 0000019185 00000 n The legitimate interests of the losing states were not taken into consideration", Suppan says. Hdn8~ 0 82 28 0000046822 00000 n 82 0 obj <> endobj One of the main reasons for the harsh treatment of Austria and Hungary by the Allies was that both Vienna and Budapest had supported the imperialist politics of Berlin and there was the fear that they might continue to do so. 0000010979 00000 n Suppan discusses these issues and many more in "Imperialist Peace Order Saint-Germain and Trianon, 1919-20", including how the historic view of the great peace treaties has changed over the decades, and what impact they still have today for Austria, Hungary and Europe. xb```b`` bVR"ct5(0`p\ 1,.ap{YTPOId24"!L\,;4,H9xAA5!fB65^1j( "0[M.,h?pcL5@% HW 109 0 obj <>stream Please activate JavaScript in your browser. JavaScript is needed to use this website in its full extent. ,nFhu4(fcXpqI (i* But what consequences did the peace treaties have for history and how can they be judged from today's perspective? The two treaties, together with the peace treaty of Versailles (June 1919), which concerned Germany in particular, were to make peace after the "great seminal catastrophe" of the First World War. treaty As we know, however, they did not last long. 0000012937 00000 n %%EOF treaties compiled lawbookexchange In his book, Suppan pits himself against the decade-long predominantly positive assessment of the two treaties in international history. 0000036846 00000 n trailer

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0000005325 00000 n 0000047375 00000 n startxref 0000009785 00000 n The historian Arnold Suppan addresses these questions in his new book "Imperialist Peace Order Saint-Germain and Trianon, 1919-20", published by the Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. Because predominantly Hungarian or Austrian regions fell to other states, conflicts were inevitable, for example in Bohemia, between Slovakia and Hungary, between Hungary and Romania, as well as around the coast and South Tyrol. The English-language book, which will be published on 15 September 2019 by the Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, has 250 pages, 28 illustrations and two maps. No less problematic, says Suppan, were a number of financial and economic provisions, such as the imposition of a general forfeit on all Austrian and Hungarian possessions, and making the countries completely dependent on the consent of the victorious powers until 1930. To coincide with the centenary of the peace treaties of Saint-Germain and Trianon, a new monograph by Austrian historian Arnold Suppan examines their problematic consequences for history. 0000011804 00000 n 0000000856 00000 n <<809EC3EC2D2FCB45B1997F62121852A8>]>> 0000000016 00000 n | ^^^f#YAMk",u:B,",5edE~w`a9ds-1C6=uS938d+pW_88g5b-; :gW*? 0000015342 00000 n 0000001469 00000 n 0000015114 00000 n `5oo8-v[9W4=(Y3r?8\rO~T-A:@RC1A5Sq/c))o(>|as/xi8::Vb.%IR l_Gr&QIA4N_[D~. "Despite warning voices at the time, even among the victorious powers, the Allies were indifferent to the fate of future Austria and Hungary. 0000006478 00000 n %PDF-1.6 % BNGgNy>G:$XEt9xR!D~EkFvhYEsf= xref 0000012532 00000 n 0000005923 00000 n endstream endobj 83 0 obj <> endobj 84 0 obj <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>>/Type/Page>> endobj 85 0 obj <> endobj 86 0 obj <> endobj 87 0 obj <> endobj 88 0 obj <> endobj 89 0 obj <> endobj 90 0 obj <> endobj 91 0 obj <>stream 0000015228 00000 n endstream endobj 92 0 obj <> endobj 93 0 obj <> endobj 94 0 obj <>stream New state borders without regard for minorities The historian views critically the fact that some of the state borders after the war were drawn primarily according to strategic, foreign policy or economic considerations, but did not take the ethnic context into account, contrary to US President Woodrow Wilsons stipulation before the peace conference. 0000005812 00000 n g`H a} V&8pf7L*I}nr|o.|o2]_plo|v}huc9|'=~mu.un2i}|[F0i~r]7m9aYutk_2mh1A|nu+=8^O|CgjY =jZ>W7otU=M~coZh[hYKxh{YKZm#G{jx1F4Y5b35zF| $llFS#R!!!!!!al%e/ 9%,9e,9%',9%o,9%G-9-8-9-8-9%?,9%-9-8-9-8-9-8-9%-,5`llg1K~~G~~G~~G~~G~~gKA###'''''''vQ7Qz g:pl@g8t,Y@g8fkVRTVU,.ZeL!Tq1|k)VhL8 Data Protection, Job vacancies at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Joint Excellence in Science and Humanities. 0000001940 00000 n d20 Pcs']\8sik5%W73e&@U<9sld`[slqk`VmLE*>%xeRa?Nq:OSyd<56t2;WN!{E$=MlWq0Qi2C!DBdN#BiI35.b= (U9bKLT[`lN.7Ayrh7xusdq`L} H\n0R) CyD-$GlsM&Cs:u}u?w}66zLpNOCR*SM;s]VOgn_|?*KSVWen5_3>W1L3:uIW*^eqS8y]&E#_[N~S+>BSGCGgs&k!%[M;3F6ll+55555 0000003508 00000 n