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Fri Mar 21 17:11:20 2014 UTClccn-n500531360.15The crown prince0.370.96La nuit de Mayerling /47555099Baroness_Mary_Vetseran 5005313688008Vecera, Mary, 1871-1889Vecsera, Mari, 1871-1889Vetsera, Marie, 1871-1889Vetsera, Marie Alexandrine, 1871-1889Vetsera, MaryVetsera, Mary, 1871-1889Vetsera, Mary, Baronesse, 1871-1889ヴェッツェラ, マリーlccn-n50082123RudolfCrown Prince of Austria1858-1889lccn-no96027298Wolfson, Victor1910-1990lccn-n88027283Dornhelm, Robertdrtviaf-90809213Puccini, Vittorialccn-no2003084462Ceccarelli, Sandralccn-n87805603Judtmann, Fritzlccn-no2011182720EOS Entertainmentlccn-n50040442Decoin, Didierauslccn-no00069254Clavier, Christianlccn-no2002088520Stadlober, RobertVetsera, Marie AlexandrineBaronesse1871-1889DramaHistoryBiographyFictionFilm adaptationsRudolf,--Crown Prince of Austria,Vetsera, Marie Alexandrine,--Baronesse,AustriaPrincesMan-woman relationshipsAustria--MayerlingSegalla, Nicholas (Fictitious character)Time travelPolitical scienceAnet, Claude,Habsburg, House ofMotion pictures, FrenchKings and rulersPrincessesNobilityFiction filmsFranceMotion picturesMurderSuicideLove stories18711889190019031907191119231947194819491950195119561968196919711973198019811982198319861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719992000200220032004200620072008200920102013254664101943.6040924DB89.R84771ocn000050766book19690.27Wolfson, VictorThe Mayerling murder3062ocn174555080visu20070.15The crown princeHistoryDramaArchduke Rudolph, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, begins a fateful affair with the Baroness Mary Vetsera. She, along with the other women who influenced his life, paint the revealing portrait of an empire unable to adapt to modern times3003ocn000783346book19490.39Lonyay, KárolyRudolph, the tragedy of Mayerling2621ocn034926842book19960.15Dukthas, AnnThe time of murder at MayerlingHistoryFictionA mystery based on an actual crime when in 1889 the Archduke Rudolph of Austria shot his mistress and committed suicide. But was it really suicide? Time-travelling sleuth Nicholas Segalla risks his life to expose a murderer. By the author of The Prince Lost to Time2575ocn436307419visu19810.25MayerlingFictionDramaFilm adaptationsA young baron's daughter begins a tumultuous affair with an Archduke that is heir to the Austrian throne. Based on the true story of the tragic events surrounding the life of Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria and Baroness Mary Vetsera2221ocn000201866book19710.39Judtmann, FritzMayerling: the facts behind the legendBiography+-+2198500975324832ocn030028724book19950.86Markus, GeorgCrime at Mayerling : the life and death of Mary Vetsera : with new expert opinions following the desecration of her graveBiography+-+0942494745806ocn001708988book19680.92Judtmann, FritzMayerling ohne Mythos. Ein TatsachenberichtBiography443ocn014274293book19830.84Swistun, HermannMary Vetsera : Gefährtin für den TodBiography412ocn006617645book19800.92Holler, GerdMayerling : die Lösung des Rätsels : der Tod des Kronprinzen Rudolf u. d. Baronesse Vetsera aus medizinischer SichtBiography342ocn020957717book19880.92Holler, GerdMayerling : neue Dokumente zur Tragödie, 100 Jahre danachBiography342ocn053223771book20030.37Barkeley, RichardThe road to Mayerling; life and death of Crown Prince Rudolph of AustriaBiography"The body of Crown Prince Rudolph, son of the Hapsburg Emperor Franz Joseph and "The Lonely Empress", Elisabeth of Austria, was discovered on 30 January, 1889 in the royal hunting lodge at Mayerling next to that of the beautiful young Baroness Mary Vetsera." "The death of Rudolph - officially claimed to be the result of a heart attack, followed by accusations of poisoning and later confirmation that it was a murder/suicide pact with his young mistress - is the stuff of myth. The extraordinary scene when, accompanied by her two uncles, Mary Vetsera's fully clothed and veiled body, with a broomstick attached to her back to keep her upright, was secretly removed by coach from Mayerling to avoid detection, was part of the Court's elaborate plan to deny her existence." "The life of Rudolph, the only son and last hope of the Hapsburgs, was no less colourful and controversial than his death."--BOOK JACKET+-+8821767936333ocn003471161book19680.90Loehr, ClemensMayerling. Eine wahre Legende312ocn021484069book19890.27Ros, MartinBloednacht Mayerling, 1889-1945BiographyAchtergronden bij en gevolgen van de zelfmoord van kroonprins Rudolf van Oostenrijk en zijn geliefde, barones Mary Vetsera, in jachtslot Mayerling in de nacht van 29 op 30 januari 1889303ocn023735131book19900.92Luján, NéstorEn Mayerling, una noche--HistoryFiction271ocn122343898book20060.32Bled, Jean-PaulKronprinz RudolfBiography241ocn033063105book19950.20Colvin, IreneA princess who could never be : the untold story of Mary VetseraHistoryFiction211ocn050129668book20000.88Grössing, Sigrid-MariaKronprinz Rudolf : Freigeist, Herzensbrecher, PsychopathBiography211ocn024070462book19910.32Werff, S. van derHet drama van MayerlingBiography191ocn015089212book19860.96Vircondelet, AlainLa nuit de MayerlingHistoryFiction+-+2198500975324Fri Mar 21 15:31:58 EDT 2014batch12623