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David Art. The Politics of the Nazi Past in Germany and Austria. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 231pp.

Steven Beller. A Concise History of Austria. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 352pp.

Günter Bischof; Anton Pelinka; Hermann Denz (editors). Religion in Austria. Transaction Publishers. 2004. 297pp.

Günter Bischof; Anton Pelinka; Erika Thurner (editors). Women in Austria. Transaction Publishers. 1998. 309pp.

Günter Bischof; Anton Pelinka; Michael Gehler (editors). Austrian Foreign Policy in Historical Context. Transaction Publishers. 2006. 423pp.

John Breuilly. Austria, Prussia and Germany, 1806-1871. Longman. 2002. 202pp.

James R. Dow; Olaf Bockhorn. The Study of European Ethnology in Austria. Ashgate Publishing. 2004. 287pp.

Paula Sutter Fichtner. Historical Dictionary of Austria. Scarecrow Press. 1999. 301pp.

Eva Fodor. Working Difference: Women's Working Lives in Hungary and Austria, 1945-1995. Duke University Press. 2003. 224pp.

Alison Fleig Frank. Oil Empire: Visions of Prosperity in Austrian Galicia. Harvard University Press. 2005. 343pp. In the early 20th Century, Austria was the world's 3rd largest oil producer.

Michael Hochedlinger. Austria's Wars of Emergence: War, State and Society in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1683-1797. Longman. 2003. 466pp.

Charles W. Ingrao (editor). State and Society in Early Modern Austria. Purdue University Press. 1994. 339pp.

Barbara Jelavich. Modern Austria: Empire and Republic, 1815-1986. Cambridge University Press. 1987. 346pp.

David Wyn Jones. Music in Eighteenth-Century Austria. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 303pp.

Peter J. Katzenstein. Corporatism and Change: Austria, Switzerland, and the Politics of Industry. Cornell University Press. 1987. 334pp.

Helmut Kuzmics; Roland Axtmann. Authority, State and National Character: The Civilizing Process in Austria and England, 1700-1900. Ashgate Publishing. 2007. 363pp.

John T. Lauridsen. Nazism and the Radical Right in Austria, 1918-1934. Museum Tusculanum Press. 2007. 548pp.

Jill Lewis. Workers and Politics in Occupied Austria, 1945-55. Manchester University Press. 2007. 272pp.

Elisabeth Lichtenberger. Austria: Society and Regions. Austrian Academy of Sciences. 2000. 491pp. Geography.

Kurt Richard Luther; Wolfgang C. Müller (editors). Politics in Austria: Still a Case of Consociationalism?. Routledge. 1992. 232pp.

Kurt Richard Luther; Peter Pulzer (editors). Austria 1945-95: Fifty Years of the Second Republic. Ashgate. 1998. 251pp.

F. Parkinson (editor). Conquering the Past: Austrian Nazism Yesterday & Today. Wayne State University Press. 1989. 345pp.

Hella Pick. Guilty Victim: Austria from the Holocaust to Haider. I. B. Tauris. 2000. 246pp.

Marsha L. Rozenblit. Reconstructing a National Identity: The Jews of Habsburg Austria During World War I. Oxford University Press. 2004. 272pp.

Horace Rumbold. The Austrian Court in the Nineteenth Century. Adamant Media Corporation. 2000. 465pp.

Kenneth Segar; John Warren (editors). Austria in the Thirties: Culture and Politics. Ariadne Press. 1991. 391pp.

Rolf Steininger; Günter Bischof; Michael Gehler (editors). Austria in the Twentieth Century. Transaction Publishers. 2002. 369pp.

Rolf Steininger. Austria, Germany, and the Cold War: From the Anschluss to the State Treaty, 1938-1955. Berghahn Books. 2008. 172pp.

George V. Strong. Seedtime for Fascism: The Disintegration of Austrian Political Culture, 1867-1918. M. E. Sharpe. 1998. 214pp.

Donald R. Whitnah; Edgar L. Erickson. The American Occupation of Austria: Planning and Early Years. Greenwood Press. 1985. 352pp.

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