So it was the Austrians fault now.
Don't be silly. Tiny Austria wouldn't have been able to start a war on this scale.
There began to emerge a signifacant Nazi movement in the US at the time. Luckily, it was nipped in the bud. Britain's and France's policy of appeasement had its share as well. There were quite a few Nazi sympathizers in the British rotal family too..
Undoubtedly the German nation had been bemused by several Nazi tricks which found a perfect background in the harsh living conditions caused by the contributions imposed on Germany by the winning nations. And not the least, let's not forget the US with its age of speculation in the 1920s which had led to the crisis of the 1930s.
So stop being silly, everyone, by blaming poor Austria for all this.