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    The "kitchen cabinet" of Federal Chancellor Leopold Figl: sitting in the parlour of his apartment, left of the Chancellor, are Karl Gruber, Foreign Minister, Lukas Beroldingen, Figl's secretary, and, to the right of Leopold Figl, Fritz Meznik, head of the Federal Press Service. Vienna, 1946. Photo by David Seymour / Magnum Photos

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    A demonstration for the reunification of the South Tyrol, ceded to Italy after the First World War. Two small boys in Tyrolean costume carry a board with the sign: "155,000 signatures" for reunification.

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    A demonstration for the reunification of the South Tyrol, ceded to Italy after the First World War. Thousands line Maria-Theresienstrasse, the main street of Innsbruck. The South-Tyrol (Alto Adige) has remained Italian ever since, but various Austrian governments reached a good autonomy status for the region.

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    A demonstration for the reunification of the South Tyrol, ceded to Italy after the First World War. Inhabitants of Bozen (Bolzano) in their Tyrolean costumes carry signs saying "South-Tyrol, come home!" The South-Tyrol (Alto Adige) has remained Italian ever since, but various governments reached a good autonomy status for the region.

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    General Mark Clark, High Commissioner and Commander of US forces in Austria during a parade of US-soldiers in Vienna, flanked by the other three High Commissioners. 1946.

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    French officers of the occupation forces during a ceremony unveiling a monument in St. Anton, Vorarlberg, commemorating the junction of units of the French second, fourth and fifth divisions which took place there a year earlier on 7 May 1945. To the left of the microphone Emile Bethouart, High commissioner, to the right De Lattre de Tassigny, commander of the First French Army. 5 May 1946

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    In the summer of 1946 the first Austrian railway train passes the frontier between the US- and the Soviet zone on its way from Salzburg to Vienna.

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    After World War II, Vienna was divided between all four occupation forces, US, British, French and Soviet Russian. Joint military patrols formed the "Four in a Jeep".Roll-call before a new tour of duty. Vienna, 1947

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    After World War II, Vienna was divided between the four occupation forces, US, British, French and Soviet Russian. Joint military patrols formed the "Four in a Jeep". Roll-call before a new tour of duty. Vienna, 1947

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    Salztor-Bridge across the Danube Canal,Vienna.The signboard says:"Exit from the Russian Zone"; the monument at left reminds passers-by that "this bridge was destroyed by German Fascists in 1945 and rebuilt upon orders of Soviet Marshal Koniew.." Vienna,1947

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    Housewives buy meat at a farmers' market. In 1947, with little food to be had officially, there was a thriving black market between the hungry city-dwellers and the slightly better-off farmers. Vienna, 1947

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    A man feeds sparrows in front of graves of Soviet soldiers who died during the battle of Vienna in April 1945. In the background the Vienna City-hall. Vienna,1947

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    Unemployed Viennese waiting to be registered and to receive unemployment benefits. Vienna,1947

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    Unemployed Viennese waiting for registration and unemployment benefits. Vienna, 1947

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    Peace returns to war-damaged Vienna:the opening waltz in Vienna's "Musikverein" concert hall. Vienna, 1947

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    A Vienna policeman directs traffic on the Ringstrasse- Boulevard in front of the Palais Epstein, the Soviet town-command. Banner celebrates the Red Army's 28th anniversary and huge portraits show Lenin and Stalin right and left of the Red Star.

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    In front of Vienna's cityhall, workmen saw through a tree they are cutting for firewood in an effort to combat the winter's coal shortage.

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    A rare fraternization: Soviet and US-soldiers gathered around a camera in Vienna's Prater park. Vienna, 1947

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    Post-war Vienna. High up near the roof of St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, two workmen secure a third while clearing rubble. The cathedral was destroyed by artillery fire during the last days of the war. July 1947

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    A barbed wire fence of the Iron Curtain cuts across a one-track railway line which connected Austria and Hungary.

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    Austrian jews celebrated the United Nations' decision to partition Palestine. They marched in procession to the grave of Dr. Theodor Herzl in a Viennese cemetery, carrying a Zionist flag and a portrait of the founder of the modern Zionist movement. December 13, 1947

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    Austrian jews celebrating the United Nations' decision to partition Palestine. They march in procession to the grave of Dr. Theodor Herzl, founder of modern Zionism. December 13, 1947

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    A Jewish refugee, attempting to cross the border from Austria to Italy (on the first stage of a journey to Palestine), is apprehended by Italian border guards. He will be marched back to the Austrian frontier, but will surely make another attempt soon.

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    A Jewish refugee, attempting to cross the border from Austria to Italy (on the first stage of a journey to Palestine), is apprehended by Italian border guards. He will be marched back to the Austrian frontier, but will surely make another attempt soon.

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