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_Fuchs, Martin: Showdown in Vienna. 1939_

At first Hitler had his Austrian "guest" shown alone into 
his study, where he received him in a very excited and 
aggressive manner. Guido Behaldt and the Chancellor's 
general adjutant were made to wait in the ante room 
with von Ribbentrop and [unreadable] For a long time 
Hitler did not allow the visitor to speak but himself 
poured forth a flood of complaints, accusations and 
protests. If it had been left to him personally and to 
the dictates of his feelings he would never have arranged 
this meeting, he stressed. He could not have any friendly 
feelings, any respect or any trust for these men who 
were at that time representing before the world the 
country of his birth, Austria.

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_Fuchs, Martin: Showdown in Vienna. 1939._

Hitler warned the Head of the Austrian Government not 
to reckon on outside assistance, which gave him the 
opportunity of giving his detailed views of the political 
situation in the world.... As  the Austrian Chancellor 
attempted to speak again, Hitler went on quickly: "I know. 
You're thinking of Mussolini. 

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