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The Memory Book: One Woman's Self-Discovery in the Mist of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, by Linda Fischer, is a memoir of a woman's connection to a mysterious young girl, transcending decades and cultures.
4) Point ten dealt with Wilson's "wish" that the peoples of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy be given autonomy upon Allied victory.
Among the topics are national origin narratives in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, uses and abuses of the barbarian invasions in the 19th and 20th centuries, medieval and neo-medieval buildings in Scandinavia, evocations of the medieval past in late Ottoman architecture, claiming Reynard the Fox for the national literatures of 19th-century Europe, origins of modern Czech philology 1780-1880, and the archaeological finds of the 10th-century Carpathian Basin as national archaeology.
To quote press reports from those days: "Most of the former Austro-Hungarian Monarchy moved to help" Croatia.
187), the whole incident was yet another indication "how very differently [zweierlei] policy was driven in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy.
This disproportionate situation determines the capital as the locus of the country's cultural, social, political, economic primacy (and this has been the case since the mid-nineteenth century when the country was, during the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, a multi-ethnic state with a population of over twenty million).
As the revolution turned into a war of independence and extended to all parts of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, he served as a messenger for the Hungarian Army.
Bakalowits & Sons grew and became one of the foremost crystal chandelier manufacturers of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.
Wagner's essay places the office writings in the historical and institutional context of workmen's accident insurance in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.
His education had been hugely influenced by one of his tutors, Father Jacint Ronay, a Benedictine, who was engaged to teach the young Rudolf about philosophy, the ethics of power and the history of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy.