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The Habsburg monarchy: toward a multinational empire or national states?

Author: Charles Jelavich; Barbara Jelavich
Publisher: New York, Rinehart [1959]
Series: Source problems in world civilization.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jelavich, Charles.
Habsburg monarchy.
New York, Rinehart [1959]
(OCoLC)600733764
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Jelavich; Barbara Jelavich
OCLC Number: 2844459
Description: 57 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Contents: General Introduction --
Part 1-The Rise of the National Problem, 1815-1867 --
The Conservative Position: Metternich's Secret Memorandum to the Emperor Alexander --
Polish Nationalism: Mickiewicz on Poland's Fate-Italian Nationalism: Mazzini on the European National Problem-The Revolutions of 1848-1849: The Croatian Demands-the Revolutions of 1848-1849: Palacky and Austro-Slavism-The Revolution of 1848-1849: The Slavonic Congress at Prague-The Revolution of 1848-1948: Magyar Nationalism and the Debreczen Declaration-A Socialist Critique: Marx and Engels on Slavic Nationalism --
Imperial Leadership: Joseph Redlich on the Emperor Franz Joseph-The Imperial Surrender: The compromise of 1867. Part b: The Culmination of the National Problem, 1867-1918-Introduction-Two Views from German Witnesses- (a) Otto Bauer on the Worker and the National Struggles-9B) Adolf Hitler on the Position of the German in the Empire --
The Rise of Jugoslav national ism (a) Bishop Strossmajer on Religious Difference-(b) The Servo-Croat Coalition-(c)Jovan Skerlic on the Role of the Youth-(d) Milan Marjanovic on the National Question. Part B: Chapter 12-The Culmination of the National Problem, 1867-1918-Introduction-Two Views from German Witnesses- (a) Otto Bauer on the Worker and the National Struggles-9B) Adolf Hitler on the Position of the German in the Empire --
The Rise of Jugoslav national ism (a) Bishop Strossmajer on Religious Difference-(b) The Servo-Croat Coalition-(c)Jovan Skerlic on the Role of the Youth-(d) Milan Marjanovic on the National Question --
Chapter 12-The Czech Position: Masaryk on the Czech Abandonment of Autroslavism --
Chapter 14-Three Judgment son the Collapse of the Monarchy-(a) Alfred F. Pribram-(b) Ottokar Czernin-(c) Oscar Jaszi.
Series Title: Source problems in world civilization.
Responsibility: [By] Charles Jelavich and Barbara Jelavich.

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