Guardavo i archivi della rivista Time e nell'edizione del 4 settembre 1933 go visto questa informazion:
Benito Mussolini provided the bacon. Until the middle of last week Chancellor Dollfuss would let out no specific word of what occurred last fortnight when II Duce, in a dripping bathing suit, sat in a rowboat with him beyond the beach at Riccione (TIME, Aug. 2. He would only smile rosily at Hearst Correspondent Karl von Wiegand and say:
"It is a pleasure to negotiate with a man like Mussolini. Er ist sehr, sehr angenehm!"
Now came the news: Italy was willing to back the Dollfuss Government to the following extent:
1) Italy will set aside for Austria a free zone in the port of Trieste.
2) Austria will have the opportunity of buying or building a merchant fleet, which with Trieste as its home port will put the red & white ensign on the seas again.
3) Italy will grant special preference to Austrian imports.
4) Italy promises to swap fruit and olive oil for Austrian timber and machinery, and put this section of the agreement into immediate effect by signing a large order for Austrian lumber last week, ordering $100,000 worth of drilling machinery to help her ceaseless search for petroleum in Italy and Albania.
Qualcun de voi saveva de questi accordi? In ogni modo savemo che fin che ga fato el cancellier austriaco Dollfuss.
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