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(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. The invention of accident insurance represented a major step for modern industrialized societies, and Kafka and the Institute stood at the forefront of these developments.
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. He was in many ways a rather curious choice of tutor for the Emperor Franz Joseph to have made.
and Austria, a successor state and government to the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, to be at an end.
From historical aspects, the Balkans were traditionally the range of influence of the great powers, such as the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Russia, Italy, and the Ottoman and British Empires.
In "A Man with No Country" Kis describes the ethnic background of a person from the defunct Austro-Hungarian monarchy, inherited by Yugoslavia.