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The fall of the House of Habsburg.

Author: Edward Crankshaw
Publisher: New York, Viking Press [1963]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Emperor Franz Josef's struggle to hold a polyglot nation together.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Crankshaw, Edward.
Fall of the House of Habsburg.
New York, Viking Press [1963]
(OCoLC)600794584
Named Person: House of Habsburg; House of Habsburg
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Crankshaw
OCLC Number: 1051371
Description: xi, 459 pages illustrations, map, portraits 23 cm
Contents: Prologue: The House of Austria --
Part One: Revolution and reaction --
1. Pre-March --
2. Peoples in revolt --
3. Counter-attack --
Part Two: Government of the sword --
4. The cours is set --
5. Palmerston in a white uniform --
6. I command to be obeyed --
7. The heavenly empress --
Part Three: Retreat from glory --
8. Distrusted and alone --
9. The loss of Italy --
10. Autocracy is not enough --
11. Prussia takes all --
Part Four: Empire under notice --
12. Two crowns, one head --
13. The iron ring of fate --
14. The lull between the storms --
15. Germans, Slavs and Magyars --
Part Five: Austria must still be great --
16. Russia presents the hemlock --
17. The doomed inheritor --
18. The road to Sarajevo --
19. The powers gather around --
Epilogue: Finis Austriae --
Appendix A: Transcript of letter from Lord Cowley to Count Buol-Schauenstein, 19 March 1859 --
Appendix B: Distribution of nationalities within the Habsburg Monarchy as at 1910 census.

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Emperor Franz Josef's struggle to hold a polyglot nation together.

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