„The situation changed visibly when sentimental reasons and long-term political aims gave way to a stern, ruthless nationalist ideology which would brook no compromise. Hitler had categorically demanded the Anschluss in "Mein Kampf".... As early as 1923 Hitler had decide that, if necessary, the National-Socialists must take over the government in Austria by force.“

— Kurt Schuschnigg, p. 39
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