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Eduard Heinl (born on April 9, 1880 in Vienna, died on April 10, 1957) was an Austrian politician from the Christian Social Party and the Austrian People's Party who served as the third Vice-Chancellor of Austria in the First Austrian Republic from October 22, 1920 to November 20, 1920.
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