1933: The University of Vienna during Austrofascism

The austrofascist regime interferes massively with life at the university. All students have to take required ideological classes that include paramilitary exercises. The AudiMax (Auditorium Maximum) is built expressly for that purpose. The state police is stationed at the University of Vienna. Politically undesirable teachers and students are forced to leave the university. At this point, already many women, Jews and openly leftist academics are pushed into research institutions outside the university. Marie Jahoda is one of them. She is arrested in 1936 and after 9 months of prison, she has to leave Austria.