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Max·i·mil·ian

 (măk′sə-mĭl′yən) 1832-1867.
Austrian archduke and emperor of Mexico (1864-1867). Appointed emperor by the French, who had recently occupied Mexico, he was captured and executed by Mexican republicans after the French withdrew from the country.
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Maximilian

(ˌmæksɪˈmɪlɪən)
n
(Biography) full name Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph. 1832–67, archduke of Austria and emperor of Mexico (1864–67). After the French had partially conquered Mexico, he was offered the throne but was defeated and shot by the Mexicans under Juárez
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Max•i•mil•ian

(ˌmæk səˈmɪl yən)

n.
1832–67, archduke of Austria: emperor of Mexico 1864–67.

Max•i•mil•ian

(ˌmæk səˈmɪl yən)
n.
1. Maximilian I, 1459–1519, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1493–1519.
2. Maximilian II, 1527–76, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 1564–76.
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