Dual Monarchy


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Dual Monarchy

n
(Historical Terms) the monarchy of Austria-Hungary from 1867 to 1918
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Revising his 2014 PhD dissertation at the University of Oslo, Evju investigates the political use of history in the dual monarchy of Denmark-Norway during the Enlightenment.
"Although the Prince of Wales has talked about there only being one sovereign at a time and that is true, what you do have is a bit of a dual monarchy at the moment and a transition that is ongoing."
The last remnant of the Holy Roman Empire, the Hapsburg dynasty which presided over the Dual Monarchy of Austro-Hungary, was swept away, as was the Empire set up over Germany in Paris after France had been defeated in 1870, by the Hohenzollern King of Prussia, and the Romanov Emperors of Russia, who had been swept aside almost two years before the end of the war, in March 1917, by revolution.
Saudi Arabia was born on September 23, 1932, after people asked King Saudi Ibn Abdul Aziz who ruled over the Kingdom of Hejaz and Nejd, initially the Kingdom of Hejaz and Sultanate of Nejd, to change the name of the dual monarchy to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Because of increasing external and internal problems, and Austria's defeat by Prussia in the Seven Weeks War (June 14-July 26, 1866), the Habsburgs negotiated the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867, by which the dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary was formed.
Vale is surely right to argue that Henry did this purposefully, both to give greater authenticity to the expression of his will and to assure the English (and French) political community that he was sincere in his intention to keep all aspects of the dual monarchy, other than his person alone, separate.
Its representatives took part in the famed Berlin Conference of 1885 that inaugurated the so-called European 'Scramble for Africa' in the late nineteenth century, but the Habsburg Dual Monarchy engaged in no formal colonial ventures of its own.
Military defeats and the threat of economic collapse led to the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary in 1867, which continued reform via secularized education, expansion of communication and transportation networks, and local and imperial parliamentarization.
These performances engage the queen's role as an "embodied sign" (171) of the dual monarchy of England and France that was "exploited..
It's worth mentioning that the comparison of Dual Monarchy of the Habsburgs in Austria and Hungary on the one side and united through the Crown Scotland and England in XVII century on the other, should not take place.
Chapters 1 through 5 describe the peacetime Dual Monarchy, including war plans and the pre-military response to the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie.
Italy being under customs war with France, uneasy by the rapprochement between the latter and Russia also being engaged in a colonial policy in Africa also agreed to renew the Triple Alliance, despite pressure from Paris and differences with Austria-Hungary, due to the problem of Italians in the Dual Monarchy and also because of the Balkans issue (Stieve, 1929: 44).