Alwine Dollfuß (née Glienke) (1897–1973) was the wife of former Austrian chancellor Engelbert Dollfuß. At the time of his murder, she was in Italy with Benito Mussolini, who allowed her the use of his private plane to hurry back to Austria. She is buried in Hietzinger Cemetery next to her husband, and two of her children; Hannerl and Eva. She was also satirized in Brecht's The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui 1941 as the character 'Betty Dullfeet'.
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- Dollfuß, Eva Mein Vater - Hitlers erstes Opfer (Vienna: Amalthea Verlag, 1994)
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