The Habsburg monarchy, 1809-1918; a history of the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary.

New ed.. London, H. Hamilton [1948] .

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Subjects Austria -- History -- 1789-1900.
Austria -- History -- 1815-1848.
Austria -- History -- 20th century.
Austria -- History -- Francis Joseph, 1848-1916.
Autriche -- Histoire.
Autriche-Hongrie -- Histoire -- 1867-1918.
Habsbourg, Maison de.
Habsburg (House of)
Description 279 pages portraits, maps (on lining-papers) 22 cm
Copyright Date [1948]
Notes "An entirely rewritten version of an earlier work with the same title ... published in 1941."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 270-272).
Contents I. The dynasty -- II. The peoples -- III. Old absolutism: the Austria of Metternich -- IV. Pre-March -- V. Radical outbreak: the Revolution of 1848 -- VI. Liberal episode: the Constituent Assembly, July, 1848-March, 1849 -- VII. New absolutism: the System of Schwarzenberg and Bach, 1849-59 -- VIII. The struggle between Federalism and Centralism: October Diploma and February Patent, 1860-61 -- IX. Constitutional Absolutism: the System of Schmerling, 1861-65 -- X. The end of Old Austria, 1865-66 -- XI. The making of Dualism, 1866-67 -- XII. Liberal failure: German ascendancy in Austria, 1867-79 -- XIII. Habsburg Recovery: the Era of Taaffe, 1879-93 -- XIV. The years of confusion: from Taaffe to Badeni, 1893-97 -- XV. Hungary after 1867: Koloman Tisza and the Magyar gentry -- XVI. Democratic pretence: the Indian Summer of the Habsburg Monarchy, 1897-1908 -- XVII. Solution by violence, 1908-14 -- XVIII. Violence rewarded: the end of the Habsburgs, 1914-18 -- Epilogue: The peoples without the dynasty -- Appendix: The political and ethnographical structure of the Habsburg Monarchy.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Austria
Network Numbers (OCoLC)400340
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Taylor, A. J. P. 1906-1990.
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