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After the war he studied history at the University of Vienna, beside his employment at the Austrian War Archives as director from to He also achieved the rank of a colonel at the Austrian Heeresnachrichtenamt in Originally a monarchist, Glaise-Horstenau became the number-two man in the hierarchy of the banned Austrian Nazi Party in the middle and late s behind its leader Arthur Seyss-Inquart. To improve relations with Nazi Germany , he was appointed a member of the Staatsrat of the Federal State of Austria from in the rank of a Minister Without Portfolio , and from to served as Federal Minister for the Interior in the cabinet of Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg , after being appointed under pressure from Adolf Hitler. At the meeting at the Berghof in Berchtesgaden on February 12, between Hitler and Schuschnigg, Germany demanded among other things that Glaise-Horstenau be made Minister of War in a new, pro-Nazi government, and that he would thereafter establish close operational relations between the German and Austrian Armies, leading ultimately to the assimilation of the Austrian into the German system.

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After the war he studied history at the University of Vienna, beside his employment at the Austrian War Archives as director from to He also achieved the rank of a colonel at the Austrian Heeresnachrichtenamt in Originally a monarchist, Glaise-Horstenau became the number-two man in the hierarchy of the banned Austrian Nazi Party in the middle and late s behind its leader Arthur Seyss-Inquart.

To improve relations with Nazi Germany , he was appointed a member of the Staatsrat of the Federal State of Austria from in the rank of a Minister Without Portfolio , and from to served as Federal Minister for the Interior in the cabinet of Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg , after being appointed under pressure from Adolf Hitler. At the meeting at the Berghof in Berchtesgaden on February 12, between Hitler and Schuschnigg, Germany demanded among other things that Glaise-Horstenau be made Minister of War in a new, pro-Nazi government, and that he would thereafter establish close operational relations between the German and Austrian Armies, leading ultimately to the assimilation of the Austrian into the German system.

This may happen eventually. Right now, with the available forces, I could not ask for such action. Ad hoc intervention in individual cases could make the German Army look responsible for countless crimes which it could not prevent in the past. Fearing extradition to Yugoslavia, he committed suicide at Langwasser military camp near Nuremberg, Germany, on July 20, They were collected by Austrian state archivist Peter Broucek , who edited and published them between and Morrow, London, Toronto: J.

German Counterinsurgency Policy in Independent Croatia, The Historian, Vol. Hrvatski institut za povijest. Zagreb, References Edmund Glaise von Horstenau, v. Peter Broucek. Wien; Koln; Graz: Bohlau ISBN Generalstabsoffizier und Historiker,

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After the war he studied history at the University of Vienna , beside his employment at the Austrian War Archives as director from to He also achieved the rank of a colonel at the Austrian Heeresnachrichtenamt in Originally a monarchist , Glaise-Horstenau became the number-two man in the hierarchy of the banned Austrian Nazi Party in the middle and late s behind its leader Josef Leopold. To improve relations with Nazi Germany , he was appointed a member of the Staatsrat of the Federal State of Austria from in the rank of a Minister Without Portfolio , and from to served as Federal Minister of the Interior in the cabinet of Chancellor Kurt Schuschnigg , after being appointed under pressure from Adolf Hitler. At the meeting at the Berghof in Berchtesgaden on 12 February between Hitler and Schuschnigg, Germany demanded among other things that Glaise-Horstenau be made Minister of War in a new, pro-Nazi government, and that he would thereafter establish close operational relations between the German and Austrian Armies, leading ultimately to the assimilation of the Austrian into the German system. On 10 July, he added: Our troops have to be mute witnesses of such events; it does not reflect well on their otherwise high reputation This may happen eventually.

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