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The Austrians: A Thousand-Year Odyssey
by Gordon Brook-Shepherd
Listed under Austrian History

Crime at Mayerling: The Life and Death of Mary Vetsera: With New Expert Opinions Following the Desecration of Her Grave
by Georg Markus
Publisher: Ariadne Pr;

The Decline and Fall of the Habsburg Empire, 1815-1918
by Alan Sked
Publisher: Longman; 2nd edition (July 9, )

Francis Joseph
by Steven Beller
Textbook Binding: 280 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.67 x 8.51 x 5.44
Publisher: ADDIS;
ISBN: 0582060893

Emperor Francis Joseph, King of the Hungarians
by Andras Gero
Book Description: This book examines the evolution of relations between the Habsburg ruler of Hungary and his subjects from the crushing of the Hungarian Revolution of 1849 to the Compromise of 1867 and on to World War I. The book explains the evolution of Francis Joseph´s attitude toward the Hungarians whose public adulation of their king camouflaged a historical condition of enmity that never disappeared.
Hardcover: 280 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.95 x 8.87 x 5.79
Publisher: East European Monographs; 0 edition (March 15, )
ISBN: 0880334649

Royal Rebel
by John T. Salvendy
Book Description: This is the first fully documented psycho-biography of the last Crown Prince of the Habsburg monarchy. Drawing mostly from first hand reports, Salvendy follows Crown Prince Rudolf from infancy to his suicide at the age of thirty. Exploring his childhood, adolescence, family and social relationships, his military, political, scholarly and journalistic career, his physical and emotional illnesses, along with the reasons leading to his self-destruction, the author sheds considerable new light on the personality of this unfortunate Habsburg.
Hardcover: 278 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.75 x 8.75 x 5.75
Publisher: University Press of America; (January 14, 1988)
ISBN: 0819166758

Thunder at Twilight: Vienna 1913/1914
by Frederic Morton
Listed under Austrian History

The History of the Habsburg Empire: 1526-1918
by Robert A. Kann
Publisher: University of California Press; (September 1980)

The Habsburg Monarchy, 1809-1918: A History of the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary
by Alan John Percivale Taylor
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; (December 1983)

The Habsburg Monarchy 1618-1815
by Charles W. Ingrao
Book Description: This is a revised and updated edition of a highly acclaimed history of the early modern Habsburg monarchy. Charles Ingrao unravels the web of social, political, economic, and cultural factors that shaped the Habsburg monarchy during the period, and presents this complex story in a manner that is both authoritative and accessible to nonspecialists. This new edition underlines the importance of Habsburg history in more recent events, and remains the most comprehensive and readable introduction to the Habsburg story.
Paperback: 268 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.75 x 9.03 x 5.99
Publisher: Cambridge Univ Pr (Pap Txt); 2nd edition (September )
ISBN: 0521785057

The Last Descendant of Aeneas: The Hapsburgs and the Mythic Image of the Emperor
by Marie Tanner
Publisher: Yale Univ Pr; (July 1993)

The Habsburgs: Embodying Empire
by Andrew Wheatcroft
Publisher: Penguin USA (Paper); Reprint edition (May )

The Habsburg Monarchy: From Enlightenment to Eclipse
by Robin Okey
The multi-national Habsburg empire has never lost its fascination since its fall in 1918. Robin Okey's book shows how the Habsburg peoples experienced the same social, economi, and political processes as most other Europeans, in ways that cast interesting light on these processes from both the European and the Habsburg angle. Opposing views that the national problem was therefore subordinate to underlying socio-economic backwardness, Okey argues for the inextricable entanglement of the two...
Hardcover: 464 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.25 x 8.75 x 5.75
Publisher: St. Martin's Press; (December )
ISBN: 0312233752

Phoenix: The Lonely Empress: Elizabeth of Austria
Phoenix: The Lonely Empress: Elizabeth of Austria
by Joan Haslip
Book Description: Consort to Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria, Elizabeth was a modern woman who fled the confines of Habsburg to roam free--she fancied dangerous riding, sailing and poetry--but her life ended with her assassination in 1896. "Haslip writes with vividness and immediacy... a serious book which is highly readable." --Edward Crankshaw.
Paperback: 464 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.45 x 9.20 x 6.14
Publisher: Sterling Publications; Reprint edition (October )
ISBN: 1842120980
The Remnants of the Habsburg Monarchy
by John C. Swanson
Book Description: This study examines the Austrian and Hungarian governments´ attempts to stabilize their international, domestic, and social conditions and legitimize themselves in the new European order after World War I. Austria and Hungary, as remnant states of the Austro-Hungarian empire and thus vanquished powers were in precarious straits. Conventional wisdom, which focuses on their subsequent descent into fascism, ignores the fact that both states achieved stability by 1922; this book focuses on that achievement.
Hardcover: 240 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.08 x 8.85 x 5.78
Publisher: East European Monographs; 0 edition (April 15, )
ISBN: 0880334665
The Road to Mayerling: The Life and Death of Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria
The Road to Mayerling: The Life and Death of Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria
by Richard Barkeley
Book Description:
This superbly factual account of the life and death of Austria's Prince Rudolph reads like a fast-paced thriller. The colorful and controversial Prince--the last and most talented of the Hapsburg line--was discovered dead on January 30, 1889, in the royal hunting lodge at Mayerling. Beside him, also dead, lay his mistress, the beautiful young Baroness Mary Vetsera. What happened that day remains a mystery that has evoked endless speculation and countless dramatic re-creations--none more engrossing and entertaining than Barkeley's vivid telling.
Paperback from Phoenix Press, London WC2
Twilight of the Habsburgs: The Life and Times of Emperor Francis Joseph
by Alan Warwick Palmer
Paperback: 400 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.06 x 9.01 x 5.98
Publisher: Atlantic Monthly Pr; (March )
ISBN: 0871136651


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