Nazi Party members drive through the streets of Vienna in celebration on the day after the Anschluss, or annexation of Austria to Nazi Germany, 13th March 1938.
March 12, 2018 Licence
The German Chancellor Adolf HITLER announced the joining (Anschluss) of Austria to Germany at the palace of the Hapsburg dynasty in Vienna on March 14, 1938.
Ecstatic crowds in Salzburg cheer and salute German troops as they enter the city during the Anschluss.
Crowds in Salzburg celebrate the arrival of the German troops during the Anschluss, 13th March 1938.
Austrian women wave swastikas at Salzburg to celebrate the union of Austria and Germany (Anschluss) following the German occupation.
March 1938. German soldiers removing a barrier along the Austria-German border after the annexation of Austria, the ANSCHLUSS.
German soldiers receive a hearty welcome upon their arrival in Salzburg during the Anschluss, March 1938.
Key Nazi German military and political leader, Hermann Goering (1893 - 1946), inspects German troops in Vienna, following the 'Anschluss' and the German occupation of Austria.
January 01, 2009 Licence
Austrian Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg (1897 - 1977) gives a speech in the Austrian Bundestag calling for a halt to German expansionism, February 1938. On 12th March the Anschluss took place, annexing Austria into Greater Germany.
In the wake of the Anschluss, or Nazi-takeover, of Austria, a group of Austrian Nazis tours Vienna in a charabanc, seeking to attack Jewish-owned businesses in the city, 1938.