Group    From /3/1939  To /1/1947

Austrian Centre

Categories: Nationalism

Countries: Austria

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A social, cultural and political hub for Austrian exiles from the Nazis. The Centre housed a library, restaurant, theatre, political cabaret, concert venue and functioned as a publisher. It also offered advisory services and served as a meeting place for thousands of refugees from Austria. Its first president was Sigmund Freud.

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Austrian Centre

The plaque was unveiled by the Austrian Ambassador, Dr. Martin Eichtinger.

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