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Raab, Julius

Born: 1891 AD
Died: 1964 AD
Nationality: Australian
Categories: Politician

1891 – Born in St. Pölten on the 29th of November.

1927 – He was member of the Austrian Parliament.

1930 – He took the Korneuburger Eid as a member of the Heimwehr which was a manifesto against "western democratic parliamentarism".

1931 – He also revealed his anti-semitism as a parliament member when Raab famously branded the Socialist leader Otto Bauer an "insolent Jewish pig."

1938 – He organized the first Austrian Trades Union Congress and became Minister of Commerce in the same year.

1951 – He was one of the co-founders of the Austrian People’s Party and the party chairman.

1953 – He was Federal Chancellor of Austria.

1955 – Austria and the four allied powers Britain, the Soviet Union, the United States and France signed the contract.

1964 – Died on the 8th of January.