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a royal German family that provided rulers for several European states and wore the crown of the Holy Roman Empire from 1440 to 1806

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Indeed, within hours of Mary's death, the Habsburgs had instructed her mother, Helene Vetsera, to leave Vienna, lest she blow the lid on the coverup.
Galicia was to be the "land of experimentation," where Habsburg officials would build from scratch a new administration that would channel Vienna's policies to the province and create an educated Germanophone population (6).
The author consistently draws our attention to the liberal features of the Habsburg Monarchy at key moments in its history: the origins of imperial reform began under the reign of Maria Theresa whose centralizing policies increased state revenue in response to mid-eighteenth-century European military conflicts.
It is chaired by Archduchess Herta Margarete and association vice-president Archduke Sandor von Habsburg.
She recognizes that Werner Telesko, Daniel Unowsky and Derek Beales have transformed the ways in which we can understand the Habsburgs from Maria Theresa onward.
In the Mediterranean, the Habsburgs usually remained on the defensive.
There are various welcome nuggets--a rehabilitation of Maximilian I (a smarter chap than we've been led to believe), a fascinating account of the 17th-century composer Antonio Cesti, and a meditation on why Habsburg rulers were such avid coin collectors--but, for the most part, the book lacks purpose.
His book deals with the negotiations associated with the unsuccessful attempt by the Czech nobility and growing middle class to secure a federalized Habsburg monarchy with the Crownlands of Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia, thus becoming an equal partner with Austria and Hungary, changing the structure of the empire from a dualist to a trialist one.
He was one of the 'Habsburg Hassers' (Habsburg haters) who sought to humiliate the Habsburgs in any way possible.
Otto Habsburg died in Pocking on the Starnberger Lake in Bavaria, and his funeral is scheduled for July 16 in Vienna.
The enemy at the gate; Habsburgs, Ottomans and the battle for Europe.
The Habsburgs as Patrons of the Arts: 150 Years of Imperial Tapestries
When the Habsburgs occupied the Graubfinden in 1621, the Salis group retaliated by assassinating one of its rivals, Pompeius von Planta.
The first group relied on the Habsburgs since Austria was closer to Serbia than Russia and could intervene more rapidly, militarily.
The unceasing cost of defending the Hungarian frontier against the Ottoman Turks obliged the Habsburgs to trade concessions to the nobles in return for taxes paid by their tenants.