What effect did the union of germany and austria have on europe?
It actually unified the entire Germanic state.
See http://www.answers.com/topic/anschluss, it was the political union which in effect had Germany swallowing Austria, back in 1938
The union between Germany and Austria on March 12, 1938 was referred to as Anschluss, which literally means "union."
Yes, Austria has been a member of the European Union since 1st January 1995.
The Anschluss was the annexation of Austria by Germany in March 1938. or The Union between Nazis Germany and Austria in March 1938
It was called the Anschluss.
The union of Germany and Austria was called the "Anschluss" and occured in 1938.
Anschluss i hope
The Anschluss was a union between Germany and Austria in 1938.
West Germany (the Federal Republic of Germany) was a founder member of the European Union and its predecessors. I wonder if you are confusing Germany with Austria.
Switzerland and Austria are both European countries. Austria is a member of the organisation called the European Union, but Switzerland isn't.
No. Australia is not even in Europe. Austria, which you may have meant, is in the European Union.
Austria-Hungary did not exist after the First World War. Hitler acquired Austria as part of his expansion in Europe quiet early on, it was legalised through a referendum in Austria which saw 99% of the country vote for a union with Germany, or at least that's what the official papers said at the time.
Because Hitler believed that Germans and Austrians were of the "Same Blood", before WW1 Germany and (Back then) Austria-Hungary were very close allies and had formed a Union between the two countries, after WW1 Austria an Hungary were split into 2 countries and was banned from having a union with Germany, So Later when Hitler came into power in Nazi Germany he reunited Germany and Austria believing that should be "One".
From 1938 till 1945 Austria was a part of Germany, as it was annexed in March, 1938.
Germany is a part of the European continent and the European Union. So yes it is part of Europe.
Germany was forbidden to unite with Austria in based in the Treaty of Versailles. Many countries come to the conference but Germany was left out and was not allowed to form a super state with Austria. It was believed that were a union to occur between Germany and Austria, it would result in a state too powerful to be counterbalanced by Britain and France.
The union of Germany with Hitler's native Austria known as Anschluss took place in 1938.
In 1938, military forces of Nazi Germany crossed over the borders to its southern neighbor, Austria, in what soon became known as the "Anschluss". This German term means "union" or "connection", and fittingly describes the annexation of the formerly independent nation by Germany.
No, to be a member of the Eu your country must be in Europe. There is a country with a rather similar name -Austria. Yes, Austria is a member country and it is located in Central Europe.
Saturday, 12 March 1938: Austria is incorporated into the Third Reich by the Anschluss (connection or union).
Austria (and Hungary) had their own treaties at the end of WW1. In thee case of Austria it was the Treaty of St Germain, signed in Septmeber 1919. To a large extent the treaty confirmed that the empire had broken up. One of the more important provisions was the Austria had to agree NOT to unite with Germany or even form a customs union with Austria. In two of the provinces (states) bordering on Germany… Read More
The Anschluss .
The Anschluss was a union between Germany and Austria, it was important to Hitler as Austria was his homeland and it was part of his plan to unite all German speaking peoples in a powerfull greater Germany.
There are 5 landlocked countries in the European Union. They are: Luxembourg Austria Czech Republic Slovakia Hungary
Austria Belgium Finland France Germany [under Nazi Germany and West Germany] Greece Italy Netherlands Norway Russia [hosted Olympics in 1980 under the name Soviet Union, will do so as Russia in 2014] Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Yugoslavia
In Europe 1938-39 Great Britain, France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, the Soviet Union, Belgium, Lichtenstein He started with Poland, then went on the the rest.
Adolf Hitler brought Austria into Germany's Reich. Austria was given little choice but to accept the Ansuchluss, which formed a union of Austria and Germany under Hitler's Reich
The Soviet Union shared powers of occupation with Germany and Austria.
There already is a bank of Europe it's called the European Federal Bank and controls money supply and economic policy in all European Union countries which use the Euro as their country (including Austria).
Austria-Hungary I would like to improve the first answer as follows. Since Austria was "absorbed" by Germany in 1938, it was no more an independent Country, but a part of Grossdeutschland (The Great Germany) so that it cannot be considered as an allied Country. Thus, the Hungary was the only Country allied with Germany in both wars. To further clarify the matter, we must say that, at the outbreak of WW1, Austria-Hungary was the union… Read More
a resurgent and belligerent Germany
Austria is one of the countries in Europe. Like many of those countries, it decided to join the European Union in 1995, because it saw the benefits of membership.
In 1938 the Anschluss was signed. Anschluss is the German word for "union." The treaty united Germany and the country of Austria.
WW2 in Europe eliminated Germany, Britain, France, Austria, and Italy (Spain was neutral) as world powers. The Soviet Union (Russia) was big and fully mobilized, they simply just stepped in and established themselves.
European Union, but Germany is the country with the largest GDP.
Historically Austria-Hungary had always been separate from the German states. Germany had only become a nation in 1871. The two nations agreed to help each other in time of war. There was no union.
Re-unification of Germany and the fall of the Soviet Union.
Germany. Soviet union. South Africa
Austria. They had been allies in WW1, but the Treaty of Versailles forbade their union after World War I.
Germany uses the Euro, which is the currency of the European Union. The Euro is named after Europe, so yes.
The Soviet Union 'liberated' the following countries in 1944-45: *Poland *Romania *Bulgaria *Hungary *Czechoslovakia *Parts of Austria *Parts of Germany It also annexed the following territories to the USSR: *Bessarabia (Moldova) *Areas of what is now the western part of Ukraine and Belarus *Lithuania *Latvia *Estonia Note that the Soviet Union had its zones of Germany and Austria.
Europe is a continent. It does not have members. It has countries. The European Union is an organisation. Its members are all countries. All countries that are in the European Union are European countries. Not all European countries are members of the European Union. 28 countries are members of the European Union. They are: Italy Belgium France Germany Luxembourg Netherlands United Kingdom Ireland Denmark Greece Spain Portugal Finland Sweden Austria Cyprus Czech Republic Estonia Hungary… Read More
The Anchshluss in Mar 1938. The vast majority of Austrian voted in a referendum to become part of "greater Germany". To ensure that, German troops occupied Vienna and other areas of Austria. It was no great surprise since Austria and Germany were allies in World War I and both spoke German and shared alliances in their histories.
YES: Malta Greece Austria Cyprus England NO: France, Germany, Sweden, Portugal
Sadly No, Germany only conquered all of the Soviet Union in Europe are parts in Asia.
Germany went against the Soviet Union (now Russia) and most of eastern Europe.
The Danube flows through many countries. The ones that are in the European Union are Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania.
West Germany was one of the original founder members of the European Economic Community (EEC) when it was set up in 1957. It looks to me as if you're confusing West Germany and Austria! The country that joined in 1995 was Austria. During the Cold War Austria was pledged to strict neutrality and couldn't join the EU at the time.