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  Habsburg - Encyclopedia.com
The conflict between the Habsburg Emperor Charles V (1500-1558) and the...
Immigrant Irony and Embarrassment: Andrew Riemer's The Habsburg Cafe.
Austria, Hungary, and the Habsburgs: Central Europe c.
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  Habsburg - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: )
HABSBURG, or Hapsburg, the name of the famous family from which have sprung the dukes and archdukes of Austria from 1282, kings of Hungary and Bohemia from 1526, and emperors of Austria from 1804.
The name Habsburg, a variant of an older form, Habichtsburg (hawk's castle), was taken from the castle of Habsburg, which was situated on the river Aar not far from its junction with the Rhine.
This was an event of supreme moment in the history of the Habsburgs, and was the first and most important stage in the process of transferring the centre of their authority from western to eastern Europe, from the Rhine to the Danube.
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 HABSBURG : Encyclopedia Entry
Maria Theresa of Austria, Habsburg heiress and wife of emperor Francis I Stephen, reigned as Archduchess of Austria and Queen of Hungary and Bohemia 1740 - 1780.
The kingship of Hungary remained in the Habsburg family for centuries; but as the kingship was not strictly inherited (Hungary was an elective monarchy till 1687) and was sometimes used as a training ground for young Habsburgs, the dates of rule do not always match those of the primary Habsburg possessions.
Brewer-Ward, Daniel A. The House of Habsburg: A Genealogy of the Descendants of Empress Maria Theresia.
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  Habsburg Monarchy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Habsburg Monarchy included the territories ruled by the Austrian branch of the House of Habsburg, and then by the successor House of Habsburg-Lorraine, between 1526 and 1867/1918.
The Habsburg Monarchy grew to European prominence in 1526, when Archduke Ferdinand of Austria, the younger brother of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, was elected King of Bohemia and Hungary following the death of Louis II, the King of those two countries, in battle against the Turks at Mohacs.
Following the Habsburg defeats in the Wars of 1859 and 1866, this policy was abandoned, and after several years of experimentation in the early 1860s, the famous Ausgleich, or Compromise, of 1867 was arrived at, by which the so-called Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary was set up.
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 Habsburg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maria Theresa of Austria, Habsburg heiress and wife of emperor Francis I Stephen, reigned as Archduchess of Austria and Queen of Hungary and Bohemia 1740 - 1780.
The kingship of Hungary remained in the Habsburg family for centuries; but as the kingship was not strictly inherited (Hungary was an elective monarchy till 1687) and was sometimes used as a training ground for young Habsburgs, the dates of rule do not always match those of the primary Habsburg possessions.
Brewer-Ward, Daniel A. The House of Habsburg: A Genealogy of the Descendants of Empress Maria Theresia.
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 Hohenzollern and Habsburg - Humanities - Huron High School   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Thus, on Karl's death, the house of Habsburg was divided, the Austrian branch retaining the imperial title.
The new Austrian republic consequently banished the Habsburgs in 1919.
As head of the house of Habsburg, Archduke Otto, Karl's eldest son, petitioned the Austrian government in 1961 to be allowed to return to Austria as a private citizen.
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 Search Results for "Habsburg"
Habsburg, castle, Switzerland, (haps´boorkh) (KEY), castle, Aargau canton, N Switzerland, near the Aare River.
The Habsburg Monarchy Monarchs: Ferdinand III (1637-57), Leopold I (1657-1705), Joseph I (1705-11), Charles VI (1711-40), Maria Theresa (1740-80), Joseph II (coregent...
The End of the Habsburg Monarchy By the summer of 1918 the Habsburg Monarchy was already in full process of dissolution.
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 WHKMLA : Habsburg-Ottoman War, 1683-1699
Spain, ruled by another branch of the Habsburg family, did not directly enter the war against the Ottoman Empire, but faced Moroccan sieges of her North African enclave Melilla in 1687, 1696 and 1697.
While the Austrian Habsburg and Imperial forces were tied up in Hungary, France used the situation to expand on her northern and eastern frontier.
Habsburg commanders : 1683-1687 Duke Charles of Lorraine, 1688 Duke-Elector Max Emanuel of Bavaria, 1689-1693 Ludwig von Baden, 1693-1699 Prince Eugene of Savoy.
www.zum.de /whkmla/military/17cen/habsbott16831699.html   (1123 words)

 swissinfo - Habsburg legacy lives on in Aargau
My unofficial guide is Jürg Stüssi-Lauterburg who says the early Habsburg rulers were also impressed – because from here, they could control the trade on the highways and rivers, making it easy to levy taxes which increased their wealth, and in times of trouble they could turn the rivers into barriers to keep out invaders.
Despite the strategic location, the Habsburgs suffered defeats at the hands of the Swiss confederates in the 13th and 14th centuries, which forced them to give up their claim to the lands now belonging to Switzerland.
The Franciscan abbey of Königsfelden is a monument to the early Habsburg rulers, built to honour the memory of King Albert the first, who was assassinated on the spot in 1308.
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 Austrian Krakow | Hapsburg Empire | Krakow during the Habsburg Empire
In September 1683, the Polish King Jan Sobieski swept down from the heights of Kahlenburg and beat the Turks from the Gates of Vienna.
Although Krakow managed to cling on to its freedom for a little longer, the Habsburg border now came all the way up to the southern bank of the Vistula, where the Austrians immediately built the town of Podgorze as an economic rival to Krakow.
As the Habsburg vessel began to wobble in the 1860's, Vienna decided to try and win the loyalty of her subjects by awarding far-reaching autonomy.
www.cracow-life.com /poland/habsburg-krakow   (1083 words)

 Habsburg Dynasty
A list of major persons in the Habsburg dynasty with brief biographies and illustrations where possible.
A list of family members of the current head of the dynasty will be found on the Habsburg Family page.
The Habsburg family gathered for the 90th birthday of Empress Zita in 1982.
www.antiquesatoz.com /habsburg   (205 words)

 Habsburg Return? - TIME
The reason for the great attachment of the peasants to the Habsburg family is not sentimental but religious.
In 1001 Pope Silvester II gave King Stephen I a crown (which is still used) in recognition of his invaluable work in constructing Hungary, cementing the Magyar nationality and firmly establishing the Hungarian Church—Roman Catholic.
The Habsburgs, having worn the Holy Crown, are the only family that are eligible to ascend the throne—so think the peasants.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,846007,00.html   (577 words)

 Interview mit Otto von Habsburg ''Putin ist ein eiskalter Technokrat'' - Ausland - sueddeutsche.de
Habsburg: Putin ist etwas ganz anderes als Jelzin war.
Habsburg: Putin ist ein eiskalter Bürokrat und Technokrat.
Habsburg: Schauen Sie, als damals der letzte Wahlkampf in der DDR (im Jahr 1990) stattfand, kam ich an einem Freitagabend in einem Dresdner Hotel an.
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 The Austrian Order of the Golden Fleece
The Habsburgs would probably have abandoned their claim to Sovereignty of the Order of the Golden Fleece after the Treaty of Utrecht if they had not found themselves in possession of the Treasure of the Order, which had been retained in Brussels.
The advent of the First World War marked the collapse of the Habsburg Empire; Franz Josef died in 1916 and was succeeded by his great-nephew, the Archduke Charles, as Emperor Charles I, IV as King of Hungary.
The Habsburg Order, therefore, may be regarded as permanently united with the Headship of the Dynasty, just as the Spanish was united with the Crown (when held by Burgundian dynasts).
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 Wikinfo | Habsburg   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Habsburg (or Hapsburg) was the name of one of the ruling houses of Europe: rulers of Austria (as dukes 1282 - 1453, archdukes 1453 - 1804, and emperors 1804 - 1918), kings of Spain (1516 - 1700), and Holy Roman Emperors for several centuries to 1806.
In Austria, however, the Habsburgs maintained their hold, declaring themselves Emperors of Austria two years after Napoleon declared himself Emperor of France in 1804.
Hungary, nominally under Habsburg kingship from 1526 but mostly under Ottoman Turkish occupation for 150 years, was reconquered in 1683 - 1699, the Habsburgs remaining kings of Hungary under an 1867 autonomy arrangement (see Austria-Hungary) until their deposition in both Austria and Hungary in 1918 following defeat in World War I.
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Although the Duchy of Austria was just one of the duchies and lands that the Habsburgs eventually acquired in the eastern Alpine-Danubian region, the Habsburgs became known as the House of Austria after the Swiss peasantry ousted them from their original family seat in Habichtsburg in the Swiss canton of Aargau in 1386.
The Habsburg Empire was a supernational collection of territories united only through the accident of common rule by the Habsburgs, and many of the territories were not part of the Holy Roman Empire.
Habsburg power was significantly enhanced in 1453, when Emperor Frederick III confirmed a set of rights and privileges, dubiously claimed by the Habsburgs, that paralleled those of the elector-princes, in whose ranks the family did not yet sit.
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 Renaissance festival books - Habsburg festivals
Any synthesis of Habsburg festival is challenging, owing to the bewildering range, not only of festivities themselves, but also of geographical locations and cultural traditions.
This multilingual, culturally diverse and international empire meant that the head of the Habsburg family was celebrated in a profusion of different ways - from traditional jousts to the dangerous bullfights engaged in by mounted Spanish aristocrats [0148].
The idiom in which the Habsburgs were celebrated derived in part from the chivalresque Burgundian world described in the Chronicles of Olivier de la Marche and partly from the iconography of the Holy Roman Empire.
www.bl.uk /treasures/festivalbooks/prtfestivalhabsburg.html   (1006 words)

 HABSBURG, or HAPSBURG - Online Information article about HABSBURG, or HAPSBURG
It depicts the Habsburg double headed eagle and there is something that appears to be perhaps a sword in the talons.
We were told that our great grandmother was first cousin to Victoria and the Czar and Kaiser (as a matter of fact, my grandfather was named Franz Joseph) but we believe that this is due to William 1V of England and Dorothy Bland the actress whom he never married but had ten illegitimate children with.
Does anyone know of a baby Habsburg girl being switched at birth for a servant's male child, so that there would be an heir to the throne.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /GUI_HAN/HABSBURG_or_HAPSBURG.html   (2139 words)

 Dynastic Relations of the Sovereign Houses of Habsburg and Jagiellon
Elizabeth von Habsburg (known in Poland as Elzbieta Habsburgska and in Lithuania as Elzbieta Habsburgaite) was a perfect Polish Queen and Lithuanian Grand-Duchess.
This marriage was intended to establish the Habsburgs and the Holy Roman Empire as allies against the Grand Duchy of Moscow.
The climax of Habsburg relations with Poland and Lithuania came in late 18th century, when during the reign of Emperor Joseph II and later his nephew, Emperor Franz II Southern territories of the Polish-Lithuanian state passed to the Holy Roman Empire (Northern – to Prussia and Eastern – to the Russian Empire).
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