29. Wieder regnerisch.

— ¾12–¾1h: Dollfuß spricht in Innsbruck, vernünftig, energisch! 1 — Von Floriz (Br. aus Wien!): Evi u. Wally sind bei Julo, dann geht auch er hin, am 1. IX. sind sie in Wien. Ist besorgt um Wolf-Vater. — 5–½6h Lie-Liechen allein rund um das Schloss. — An Bamberger {3846} (Br.): bin bereit an Marx oder Kabasta zu schreiben; bedauere, daß Furtwängler meinen Namen nicht genannt hat, 2 wäre es geschehen, hätte ich‘s leichter, für meine Schüler einzustehen. — An Frühmann A. (K. Lie-Liechen): Grüße u. Sommerwünsche. — An Meinl (K.): Bestellung.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

29, rainy again.

— From 11:45 to 12:45: Dollfuß speaks in Innsbruck, intelligently, energetically! 1 — From Floriz (letter from Vienna!): Evi and Wally are with Julo; he will also go there later; on September 1 they will be in Vienna. He is concerned about Wolf’s father. — From 5 to 5:30, Lie-Liechen on her own, around the castle. — To Bamberger {3846} (letter): I am prepared to write to Marx or Kabasta. I regret that Furtwängler did not mention my name; 2 had he done so, I would have had an easier time standing up for my pupils. — To Frühmann picture (postcard from Lie-Liechen): greetings and best wishes for the summer. — To Meinl (postcard): order.

© Translation William Drabkin.

29. Wieder regnerisch.

— ¾12–¾1h: Dollfuß spricht in Innsbruck, vernünftig, energisch! 1 — Von Floriz (Br. aus Wien!): Evi u. Wally sind bei Julo, dann geht auch er hin, am 1. IX. sind sie in Wien. Ist besorgt um Wolf-Vater. — 5–½6h Lie-Liechen allein rund um das Schloss. — An Bamberger {3846} (Br.): bin bereit an Marx oder Kabasta zu schreiben; bedauere, daß Furtwängler meinen Namen nicht genannt hat, 2 wäre es geschehen, hätte ich‘s leichter, für meine Schüler einzustehen. — An Frühmann A. (K. Lie-Liechen): Grüße u. Sommerwünsche. — An Meinl (K.): Bestellung.

© Transcription Marko Deisinger.

29, rainy again.

— From 11:45 to 12:45: Dollfuß speaks in Innsbruck, intelligently, energetically! 1 — From Floriz (letter from Vienna!): Evi and Wally are with Julo; he will also go there later; on September 1 they will be in Vienna. He is concerned about Wolf’s father. — From 5 to 5:30, Lie-Liechen on her own, around the castle. — To Bamberger {3846} (letter): I am prepared to write to Marx or Kabasta. I regret that Furtwängler did not mention my name; 2 had he done so, I would have had an easier time standing up for my pupils. — To Frühmann picture (postcard from Lie-Liechen): greetings and best wishes for the summer. — To Meinl (postcard): order.

© Translation William Drabkin.

Footnotes

1 According to the radio listings in the Neue freie Presse, Engelbert Dollfuß made his speech as part of the opening ceremony of The Day of the Tyroleans, which was organized by the Vaterländische Front (Fatherland Front). It was broadcast from Innsbruck between 9:40 and 10:30.

2 After his speech at the opening of the Brahms centenary festival on May 16, 1933, Furtwängler’s text was published in its entirety in the Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung on May 28, 1933, and in two installments in the Neue freie Presse on May 28 and 31, 1933.