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AUSTRIA HUNGARY AND SWITZERLAND TERRITORY

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Austria, Hungary and Switzerland Territory

In brief: On 10 December 1882 Salvation Army operations were commenced in the Salle de la Reformation Geneva, by the Marechle, Catherine Booth, and Colonel Arthur S. Clibborn. Bitter opposition was encountered but now the Army is recognized as an evangelical and social force throughout the Confederation.

Work first commenced in Austria on 27 May 1927 in Vienna. Unofficial meetings had been held earlier, but the official opening was conducted by Lieut-Commissioner Bruno Friedrich and Captain Lydia Saak was the officer-in-charge. 'Verein der Heilsarmee' was legally recognized by the Austrian Federal Ministry on 8 May 1952.

The Salvation Army's operations in Hungary were commenced on 24 April 1924 by colonel Rothstein with two German women-officers. The evangelistic and social activities were maintained until suppressed in 1950. After the opening of the central European borders, The Salvation Army was officially re-established on 3 November 1990 by General Eva Burrows.

Countries included the Territory: Austria and Hungary


National Headquarters (French) http://www.armeedusalut.ch/ (French)

Territorial Headquarters Switzerland (German) http://www.heilsarmee.ch/

Austria Salvation Army website: http://www.heilsarmee.at/

Hungary Salvation Army website: http://www.udvhadsereg.org

Hungary: http://www.salvy.ch

The Salvation Army Museum Basel Switzerland: http://www.heilsarmeemuseum-basel.ch/

Corps websites:

Aarau Corps http://www.heilsarmee.ch/Aarau
Basel http://www.heilsarmee-basel.ch/
Zurich Oberland Corps http://www.heilsarmee-zh-oberland.ch/
Zürich Unterland http://www.heilsarmee.ch/zh-unterland/
Zuerich-nord http://www.heilsarmee-zuerich-nord.ch/


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