held the men. While it is not known whether the death penalty will be applied to the remaining 142 Nazis, who are to go on trial before the military court specially set up to deal with them.
At the same time the government of Dr. Kurt Schuschnigg issued orders to send all Nazis active against the government to concentration camps and threatened to confiscate all their possessions. This measure, it is felt, will tend to give the Nazis the feeling that they can never make peace with the government and that armed resistance is the only course open to them.
Vice Chancellor von Starhemberg, who is in charge of suppressing the Nazi revolt, which seems to have entered its last stages, announced today that government forces were continuing to mop up the dying Nazi revolt in the Austrian provinces and had been victorious everywhere.