Edited By Hans Paarhammer and Alfred Rinnerthaler
Die orthodoxe Kirche in der Zweiten Republik
The history of the relationship between the State and the Orthodox Church in Austria since 1945 shows a number of peculiarities within the Austrian law on religion. In particular, the end of communist rule in Eastern and South-eastern Europe were of great importance for the Orthodox Churches in Austria.
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