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Memoirs Of Prince Metternich 1773 1815

Author : Clemens Wenzel Lothar Metternich (Fürst von)
ISBN : STANFORD:36105013820241
Genre : Europe
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Metternich S German Policy Volume Ii

Author : Enno E. Kraehe
ISBN : 9781400855735
Genre : History
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Using new archival sources, this book shows that Prussia sought not the unity of Germany but its partition into five masses loosely enough joined to assure her control of the North. Hardenberg, not Metternich, supported the feudalistic claims of the estates suppressed by Napoleon and the resurrection of ancient estates' assemblies based mainly on corporate orders. Originally published in 1984. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Vienna S Dreams Of Europe

Author : Katherine Arens
ISBN : 9781441175601
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Vienna's Dreams of Europe puts forward a convincing counter-narrative to the prevailing story of Austria's place in Europe since the Enlightenment. For a millennium, Austrian writers have used images of Europe and its hegemonic culture as their political and cultural reference points. Yet in discussions of Europe's nation-states, Austria appears only as an afterthought, no matter that its precursor states-the Holy Roman Empire, the Austrian Empire, and Austria Hungary-represented a globalized European cultural space outside the dominant paradigm of nationalist colonialism. Austrian writers today confront reunited Europe in full acknowledgment of Austro-Hungary's multicultural heritage, which mixes various nationalities, ethnicities, and cultural forms, including ancestors from the Balkans and beyond. Challenging standard accounts of 18th- through 20th-century European imperial identity construction, Vienna's Dreams of Europe introduces a group of Austrian public intellectuals and authors who have since the 18th century construed their own public as European. Working in different terms than today's theorist-critics of the hegemonic West, Katherine Arens posits a political identity resisting two hundred years of European nationalism.

An Der Rennstrecke

Author : Tatiana Metternich
ISBN : STANFORD:36105019449490
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Memoirs 1773 1835

Author : Clemens Wenzel Lothar Metternich (Fürst von)
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Metternich S Projects For Reform In Austria

Author : E. Radvany
ISBN : 9789401029742
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I would like to express my gratitude to the Graduate Center of the City University of New York for having received a summer grant for research in Austria. I want to thank Dr. Franz Graf Meran for permitting me to use Archduke Johann's diaries and letters in the Steiermarkisches Landesarchiv, Graz, as well as Dr. Walter Puschnigg and the other gentlemen of that archive for their kind assistance. I am also extremely grateful for the patient, friendly and unsparing helpfulness and advice from the ladies and gentlemen of the Haus-, Hof-und Staatsarchiv in Vienna. In particular I would like to thank w. Amtsrat Anton Nemeth for his aid in deciphering and transcribing numerous documents. Finally, I am most grateful for the counsel, help and encouragement by Prof. Andrew Whiteside of Queens College and City University of New York, and for the many valuable suggestions made by Profs. Robert A. Kann of Rutgers University, Paula S. Fichtner and Bela K. Kiraly, both of Brooklyn College.

Memoirs Of Prince Metternich 1815 1829

Author : Clemens Wenzel Lothar Metternich (Fürst von)
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Italy In The Making January 1st 1848 To November 16th 1848

Author : Berkeley
ISBN : 9780521074292
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Originally published in 1940, this third volume deals with the year of revolution in full narrative detail. By the beginning of 1848 all the small Italian nations were on the verge of an outbreak against Austrian domination, while the whole of Europe was also on the verge of revolution, and the next 18 months would see risings and bloodshed in almost all the European capitals, as well as in many towns in Italy. Liberalism was in the air in Europe, the revolution was about to break its bounds; yet no man in authority, save Metternich, realised the significance of this. Italy's national hopes were raised by the threat of a general upheaval, but the opportunity would be of short duration. The crowded story of 1848 told by Mr and Mrs Berkeley is momentous and stirring.

Vienna Tales

Author : Helen Constantine
ISBN : 9780191648571
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Situated on the cusp of West and East, between the foothills of the Alps and the mighty 'Blue Danube', Vienna has long presented authors with a wealth of material for stories that entertain and intrigue. The city's famous quality of life and rich variety of cultural offerings is apparent here at every turn, but so too is its darker side, whether it be the Viennese obsession with death and decay or the dramatic, tragic events of its twentieth-century history. In stories from the early to mid-nineteenth century in particular, the city stands for wine, women and song, for a laid-back - - perhaps somewhat lax?- - outlook on life that is invariably linked to its location as German culture's southernmost centre. In more recent tales, the theme of the good life and of Vienna's beauty continues, but there are very few authors who do not dwell on elements of darkness or melancholy. Indeed, from the mid-twentieth century onward, death itself seems to have become literature's preferred guide to the city. The collection concentrates on stories set at the city's margins. The tales are arranged geographically rather than chronologically, around and through the city from west to east and back again. We begin and end with Arthur Schnitzler and Joseph Roth, two authors already indelibly associated with Vienna, but represented here by little-known gems, translated for the first time. Other authors include stars of Vienna's nineteenth century feuilleton journalism - Heinrich Laube, Ferdinand Kürnberger, Adalbert Stifter - but also the most recent generation of Viennese writers, Doron Rabinovici, Eva Menasse, Dimitré Dinev, with tales as yet unknown in English.

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