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Neutrality and the State Treaty in a New Europe

It was not the declaration of independence that Renner's interim government issued on 27 April 1945 that was destined to become the Magna Carta of the Second Republic but the Neutrality Law passed by Parliament ten years later on 26 October 1955 and, less directly, also the State Treaty of 15 May 1955. The latter denoted the end of Allied administration and Austria's full sovereignty as a state. It is 26 October that is celebrated as Austrian National Day, acknowledging neutrality as part of the civic understanding of the Second Republic. Particularly in the 1960s and 1970s, the era of Austria's social and economic rehabilitation, that day became an important element in the self-understanding of the nation.

Neutrality and the State Treaty in a New EuropeIt was not the declaration of independence that Renner's interim government issued on 27 April 1945 that was destined to become the Magna Carta of the Second Republic but the Neutrality Law passed by
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