Drawn from archival sources and a very wide range of printed sources in German, including official histories, the account allows readers for the first time to see into the German and Austro-Hungarian
state of mind, the extreme pain of the home front with shortages of all kinds and the hopes and aspirations of their governments and peoples.
The Vienna of the Austro-Hungarian
Empire at the end of the last century has rarely looked lusher.
Roughly one third of the country used to be part of the Austro-Hungarian
Empire and is now home to huge numbers of Hungarians.
Haydn: Complete Symphonies / Fischer, Austro-Hungarian
Haydn Orchestra- 33 Discs filled with the genius, wit and inspiration of Papa Haydn.
While paying close attention to the details of Kafka's personal life and literary productions--including, during this period, A Hunger Artist and The Castle--biographer Stach also situates Kafka's life in the much broader sweep of tumultuous history that influenced Kafka and his work, including war, the outbreak of tuberculosis, and the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian
In spite of being based on obsolete designs, they sold very well throughout the Austro-Hungarian
Empire, central Europe and the Balkans.
He rightly emphasises the rise of Prussia in the eighteenth century to emerge not as the largest German kingdom outside what became the Austro-Hungarian
empire (Bavaria was this) but the most dynamic.
The book begins with an overview of the various squabbles that embroiled the Austro-Hungarian
You know, I sit here and marvel to know so many young people are involved in this thing,'' said Harmatz, born in what was then the Austro-Hungarian
Empire and who campaigned for President Theodore Roosevelt nearly a century before she moved to the Jewish Home six years ago.
Empire embraced 11 nationalities and many more linguistic groups, and its developing cities became sites not only for rapid development and industrialization but also of fervent searches for identity.
An Austrian decree of 1868 rechristened the country the Austro-Hungarian
The first wave was triggered by the breakup of the Austro-Hungarian
and Ottoman Empires, the second by the dissolution of the great colonial empires, and the third by the collapse of communism.