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 List of rulers of Austria Information
This is a list of margraves, dukes, archdukes, and emperors of Austria.
In the Privilegium Maius of 1359, Rudolf attempted to elevate Austria to an archduchy.
Francis I (1792-1835) (Emperor of Austria from 1804)
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 List of rulers of Austria - Biocrawler
Austria became one of the marches (in later times sometimes called the Ostmark) of the Holy Roman Empire after the Battle of Lechfeld in 955, and was given a margrave around 960.
The title of Archduke was first used by Ernest the Iron and formally recognized on the level of the Holy Roman Empire by Emperor Frederick III only in 1453.
Charles II: Regent of Inner Austria (1564-1590) (Styria, Carinthia and Carniola); succeeded by Emperor Ferdinand II (Archduke Ferdinand III)
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 RULERS OF AUSTRIA (ÖSTERREICH)
RULERS OF Established by Charlemagne in the 790s, the Ostmark (Eastern March) was destroyed by the Magyars in 907.
RULERS OF Babenberg Margraves of Ostmark, Dukes of Austria from 1156
Habsburg Dukes of Austria, Archdukes of Austria from 1453
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/List of Hungarian rulers
This is a list of all rulers of Hungary since Árpád.
According to the dual system of rulership (based on the similar Khazar rulership method), he was the actual ruler leader alongside of Kurszán as religious leader.
The rulers during the first half of the 10th century are very much disputed, as the Hungarian nation consisted of several tribes led by various leaders.
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 List of rulers of Austria information - Search.com
This is a list of margraves, dukes, archdukes, and emperors of Austria.
Austria became one of the marches (in later times sometimes called the Ostmark) of the Holy Roman Empire after the Battle of Lechfeld in 955, and was given a margrave around 960.
Francis I (1792-1835) (Emperor of Austria from 1804)
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  List of rulers of Austria at AllExperts
This is a list of margraves, dukes, archdukes, and emperors of Austria.
Austria became one of the marches (in later times sometimes called the Ostmark) of the Holy Roman Empire after the Battle of Lechfeld in 955, and was given a margrave around 960.
*Francis I (1792-1835) (Emperor of Austria from 1804)
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 List, The National System of Political Economy, Front Matter: Library of Economics and Liberty
List's habit of 'contradicting energetically' is no doubt to be ascribed largely to the fact that he was engaged for the greater part of his life in political agitation.
List maintains that in the early years of the nineteenth century England had obtained the manufacturing and commercial supremacy of the world to such a degree that all the other nations were in danger of becoming mere providers of food and raw materials in return for her manufactures.
List goes on to show that by this English method of dealing with gluts the whole manufacturing power, the system of credit, nay, the agriculture and generally the whole economical system of the nations who are placed in free competition with England, are shaken to their foundations.
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In 1156 the Privilegium Minus elevated Austria to the status of a duchy.
The Emperor's daughter, Marie Louise, was married to Napoleon, and Austria contributed an army to Napoleon's invasion of Russia in 1812.
Austria joined the European Union in 1995 (Video of the signing in 1994), and Austria was set on the track towards joining the Eurozone, when it was established in 1999.
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 Austria   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Austria is a parliamentary representative democracy consisting of nine federal states and is one of two European countries that have declared their everlasting neutrality, the other being Switzerland.
The territory of Austria, by then the Celtic kingdom of Noricum, which was a long time ally of Rome, (cattle and early steel) and rather occupied than conquered by the Romans during the reign of Augustus and made the province Noricum in 16 BC.
Austria has been a federal, parliamentary democracy republic since the Federal Constitution of 1920, which was again reintroduced in 1945 to the nine states of the Federal Republic.
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 HABSBURG : Encyclopedia Entry
Rulers of Austria (as Dukes 1282–1453, Archdukes 1453–1804, and Emperors 1804–1918),
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.
A son of Leopold II was Archduke Rainer of Austria whose wife was from the House of Savoy; a daughter Adelaide, Queen of Sardina was the wife of King Victor Emmanuel II of Piedmont, Savoy, and Sardina and King of Italy.
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It was part of the Holy Roman Empire from 976 until the dissolution of the Empire in 1806, and a crownland of Austria-Hungary until it dissolved in 1918.
From 889 to 927 its ruler, the Mark of Carinthia, was a subject of the Duke of Bavaria.
Maria Theresa of Austria and Joseph II attempted to create a more unitary Habsburg state, and in 1804, Carinthia was integrated into the Austrian Empire.
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Austria was left with control of the German Confederation but suffered upheaval during the 1848 revolutions and eventual defeat in the 1866 Austro-Prussian War.
Prussia's defat of Austria led to the formation of the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary in 1867 under Emperor Franz Josef and exclusion from the new German Empire unified by Bismarck.
Austria's embrace of fascism meant that German troops met little opposition to the Anchluss in 1938 and incorporated Austria into the Third Reich.
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 Austria Trains
Austria is a parliamentary representative democracy consisting of nine federal states and is one of two European countries that have declared their everlasting neutrality.
Further Austria (in German: Vorderösterreich or ''die Vorlande'') was the collective name for the old possessions of the Habsburgs in south-western Germany (Swabia), the Alsace, and in Vorarlberg after the focus of the Habsburgs had moved to Austria.
Further Austria was comprised of the Sundgau (southern Alsace) and the Breisgau east of the Rhine (including Freiburg im Breisgau after 1386) and included some scattered territories throughout Swabia, the larget being the margravate Burgau in the area of Augsburg and Ulm.
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Austria has a Jewish population of 10,000 out of a total population of 8 million, most of whom live in Vienna.
The present community in Austria is made up of several distinct groups, the most numerous being expatriate Austrians and their families, as well as former refugees from Eastern Europe.
The allegation that the boycott of Austria was a “Jewish conspiracy” became a principal theme in anti-Semitic propaganda in 1999.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
Austria towards the east is shown in the shifting of the abode of the early rulers of the Babenberg (Bamberg) line from Melk, on the Kahlenberg, to Vienna.
Austria to do His work, and that they did it is an honour exceeding that of the quickly fading garlands which victory twines about the victor's chariot.
Austria and formed with it the See of Linz; the episcopal residence was transferred from Wiener-Neustadt to St. Polten, Bregenz was made the seat of a vicar-general, and a bishopric was founded at Leoben.
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 Austria
Anne of Austria (1601-1666) Queen of France from 1615 and regent 1643-61.
The first two rulers based their claims on marriages to members of the Habsburg family who, according to them, had a claim to the Habsburg dominions superior to that held by Maria Theresa.
Francis Ferdinand (German Franz Ferdinand), (1863-1914), archduke of Austria, born in Graz, son of Archduke Charles Louis and nephew of Emperor Francis Joseph.
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 directopedia : Directory : Regional : Europe : Austria
The territory of Austria originally known as the Celtic kingdom of Noricum, was a long time ally of Rome.
Austria became part of Germany in 1938 through the Anschluß and remained under national socialist government until the end of World War II.
Austria became a federal, parliamenarian, democratic republic through the Federal Constitution of 1920.
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It differed from the current post-Cold-War neo-imperialism of finance capitalism, in which manufacturing is outsourced to low-wage emerging economies through the globalization of finance controlled from New York, but with the equally self-righteous mission of spreading Western democracy to the non-Western world.
Islamic rulers created this warrior caste by collecting non-Muslim slave boys and training them as cavalry soldiers especially loyal to their owner and each other.
The rebellion was part of a larger Pan-Slavic movement that had as its goal the unification of all Slavic peoples, most of whom were under the control of Austria, Germany, and the Ottoman Dominion, into a single political unity under the protection of Russia.
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The territory was ruled by the Babenberg family until 1246 and by the Habsburg family from 1282 to 1918.
The March of Austria was first formed in 976 out of the lands that had once been the March of Pannonia in Carolingian times.
Henry II Jasomirgott, Margrave 1141-1156, Duke of Bavaria 1141-1156, Duke of Austria from 1156
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 Guide and Index to Lists of Rulers
One motivation is that history is often not taught anymore in terms of dynasties and rulers, since this is thought (by an academic elite comfortably supported by the taxpayers) to be too elitist and too removed from the life of the people.
A skeleton for history of rulers, with maps and genealogies, provides a perspective of time and space, and on real individuals whom we know about, that is otherwise hard to obtain.
The arrangement of these lists thus follows Bryce's principle of universalist ideology, centering on Rome but extending to similar to ideas outside of the Roman world.
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List of rulers of Austria - Republic of Austria is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
List of rulers of Austria - Babenberg Dukes.
Henry II Jasomirgott (1141-1177) (Duke of Bavaria, 1143-1156) Leopold V (1177-1194) Frederick I (1195-1198) Leopold VI (1198-1230) Frederick II the Quarrelsome (1230-1246) List of rulers of Austria - Interregnum.
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 List, The National System of Political Economy, Book IV, Chapter 36: Library of Economics and Liberty
Hence it is to the interest of the states of the Zollverein, that Austria should facilitate as much as possible the through traffic on the Danube, and that steam navigation on the Danube should be roused to vigorous activity—consequently that it should at the outset be actually subsidised by the Governments.
Especially, nothing is so desirable as that the Zollverein and Austria at a later period, after the industry of the Zollverein states has been better developed and has been placed in a position of greater equality to that of Austria, should make, by means of a treaty, reciprocal concessions in respect to their manufactured products.
After the conclusion of such a treaty, Austria would have an equal interest with the states of the Zollverein in making the Turkish provinces available for the benefit of their manufacturing industry and of their foreign commerce.
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