The rise and fall of the Habsburg monarchy [by] Victor-L. Tapié. Translated by Stephen Hardman.

New York, Praeger [1971] .

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Standard Title Monarchie et peuples du Danube. English
Subjects Austria -- Politics and government.
Bohemia (Czech Republic) -- Politics and government.
Czech Republic -- Bohemia.
Habsburg, House of.
Hungary -- Politics and government.
Politics and government
Description viii, 430 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Translation of: Monarchie et peuples du Danube.
Includes bibliographical references (page 412).
Contents Part one. A historical survey of the Danube countries up to 1526 -- The destiny of the Habsburgs -- The Turkish threat, the Reformation, and the Great Domains -- The Thirty Years' War -- Part two. Dark Age or Baroque glory? -- The monarchy as ein totum -- The era of reform and enlightenment -- Joseph II -- Part three. Between two revolutions -- From Austria to Austria-Hungary -- The era of capitalism and the nationalities -- Defence and fall of the monarchy.
Geographic Area Austria
Network Numbers (OCoLC)177709
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Tapié, Victor Lucien, 1900-1974.
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