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English and American voices about the German South Tyrol

S. Miles Bouton

English and American voices about the German South Tyrol

by S. Miles Bouton

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Published by Bernard in Metgethen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tyrol (Austria)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby S. Miles Bouton, Robert Dell and Charles Harold Herford.
    ContributionsDell, Robert,, Herford, C. H. 1853-1931.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p.
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14785296M

      THE German South-Tyrol and its people are purely German. Never in history has the Brenner been the frontier of Italy. It can be proved that the following statement made by Mussolini in February, , is not correct: "We shall Italianize this territory, because it is Italian, geographically and historically. The frontier of the Brenner has been traced out by Our : Josef L. Kunz. Holidays in Theme Hotels in South Tyrol We have selected for you the best specialized hotels focusing on the themes listed beneath. Only after fulfilling the strict quality criteria, a hotel can be called specialist in one area, to fulfill your individual wishes.

    Tyrol synonyms, Tyrol pronunciation, Tyrol translation, English dictionary definition of Tyrol. or Tirol A region of the eastern Alps in western Austria and northern Italy. Inhabited in ancient times by Celtic peoples, the Tyrol constantly passed back. South Tyrol , In addition, s foreigners live in South Tyrol, of whom 1/3 are from other EU states. % In the census , South Tyroleans said they were German One land, three languages South Tyrol is where the Romance and Germanic cultures meet. The "aborigines" of South Tyrol are however the Ladin people.

    South Tyrol in figures. , inhabitants in South Tyrol Meet the locals. Death rate. ‰ , Second lowest of Italian regions. , North Tyrol, or North Tirol (German: Nordtirol) is the main part of the Austrian state of Tyrol, located in the western part of the other part of the state is East Tyrol, which also belongs to Austria, but does not share a border with North Tyrol.. Besides those two regions, the historical region of Tyrol for many centuries also included the areas today known as Bolzano .


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English and American voices about the German South Tyrol by S. Miles Bouton Download PDF EPUB FB2

German Translation of “Tyrol” | The official Collins English-German Dictionary online. OverGerman translations of English words and phrases. South Tyrol, also known by its Italian name Alto Adige (German: Südtirol), is an autonomous province in northern er with the province of Trento, it makes up the region of Trentino-Alto Adige/ province has an area of 7, square kilometres (2, sq mi).

Aboutpeople live there ().Capital(s): Bolzano. South Tyrol (occasionally South Tirol) is the term most commonly used in English for the province, and its usage reflects that it was created from a portion of the southern part of the historic County of Tyrol, a former state of the Holy Roman Empire and crown land of the Austrian Empire of the and Ladin speakers usually refer to the area as Südtirol; the Italian Capital(s): Bolzano.

Rolf Steininger's treatise on the recent history of the South Tyrol is an interesting story on the plight of a German province within the nation of Italy. Ceded from Austria in as a result of the Treaty of St. Germain, South Tyrol's German population faced constant harrassment from Italy's Fascist government in terms of their suppressing Cited by: South Tyrolean German (German: „Südtirolerisch“ or „Südtirolisch“, in the local Upper German (Austro-Bavarian) vernacular also referred to as „Südtiroulerisch“ or „Sîdtiroul(er)isch“) is a dialect spoken in the northern Italian province of South is generally considered to be a local variant of Southern Bavarian.

The difference between Bavarian and South Tyrolean is. Tyrol definition: a mountainous state of W Austria: passed to the Hapsburgs in ; S part transferred to | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. German Tyrol (German: Deutschtirol; Italian: Tirolo tedesco) is a historical region in the Alps now divided between Austria and includes largely ethnic German areas of historical County of Tyrol: the Austrian state of Tyrol (consisting of North Tyrol and East Tyrol) and the province of South Tyrol but not the largely Italian-speaking province of Trentino (formerly Welschtirol).

South Tyrol, once part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, was annexed to Italy inat the end of the World War I. The Italians wanted to have control of the Alps, south of the Brenner Pass.

Many. The South Tyrol includes many German speaking communities from its history as part of the Austrian Empire, and with Italian their country's language, English is a poor third. So a good English language guide is important/5(15). The South Tyrolean independence movement (German: Südtiroler Unabhängigkeitsbewegung, Italian: Movimento d'Indipendenza dell'Alto Adige) is a political movement in the Italian autonomous province of South Tyrol that calls for the secession of the region from Italy and its reunification with the State of Tyrol, rently, some groups favor the.

South Tyrol, a region in the heart of the Alps about half the size of Connecticut, brings into sharp focus an important part of twentieth-century history.

Tyrol, a province that had been part of Austria for over years and was almost totally German-speaking, was split in two after World War I and the southern part awarded to Italy as ";spoils of war." The first phase to follow after.

South Tyrol lies at the feet of the Dolomites and was once part of the wider Austro-Hungarian empire. It was annexed by Italy in yet despite Mussolini's attempt to "Italianise" the area by.

A German-speaking region of north-east Italy Synonym: Alto Adige. Hello, there's a book in English called "The White War" by Mark Thompson which is all about the 1st World War in 's about the background and build up to the war as well as how it was fought and there are several chapters about the war in the Dolomites, which will give you a good background to the South Tyrol in general and some idea of why it is like it is.

South Tyrol is an autonomous, predominantly German-speaking province in Italy that was annexed from the former Austro-Hungarian Empire in This report is a comprehensive bibliography of English-language literature that substantively addresses legal or political aspects of South Tyrol’s demographic diversity and autonomy arrangement.

South Tyrol was annexed by Italy at the end of WWI, in the wake of the Austro-Hungarian and German armies retreating after the armistice. Earlier in the war, the Italian army was not able to successfully invade the country.

The intention was to ga. The case of South Tyrol In the German-speaking province of South Ty- rol, together with the Italian Trentino, was taken from Austria and annexed to the Italian Kingdom un- der the terms of the secret Treaty of London, signed on April 26th,where in Italy was promised a stra- tegic frontier on the Brenner watershed.

German-speaking South Tyrol in flag row over Italy's th anniversary of World War One The governor of the semi-autonomous region says it has little to celebrate over a date which resulted in the. power, South Tyrol sees the beginning of a phase of forced Italianisation.

Tens of thousands of Italians are encouraged to immigrate to South Tyrol, the use of the German language is forbidden, everything German is banished from public life, German-speaking officials and teachers are dismissed or compulsorily transferred, German schools are closed.

South Tyrol can seem a gnarly, impenetrable place to reach, existing entirely within the Alps sung with the Austrian border to the north and Switzerland to the west, and its landscape is defined.

South Tyrol (German: Südtirol, Italian: Alto Adige or Sudtirolo, Ladin: Sudtirol) is the northernmost region in Italy, bordering Austria to the north and northeast, Switzerland to the northwest, and the rest of Italy to the south.

Together with Trentino, it composes the northernmost Italian autonomous administrative region of Trentino-South is also the only region in Italy where.The modern-day South Tyrol, an autonomous Italian province created inwas originally part of the Austro-Hungarian County of Tyrol until (then known as Mitteltirol [1]).Its area was annexed by Italy following the defeat of the Central Powers in World War area has been part of a cross border joint entity, the Euroregion Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino, since   Not fully sure, but likely because Italy was also an Axis power during the war, and got out of it relatively unscathed (relative to other countries).

The mass population transfers in Central and Eastern Europe were a product (in part) of Soviet po.