Habsburgs and Ottomans Between Vienna and Belgrade: (1683 - 1739)
This text defines the importance of the Balkans and of the "Ottoman factor" for the Habsburg foreign relations, and names those territories in the peninsula which had particularly high or low values for the Empire as land for territorial expansion.
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The Making of Eastern Europe: From Prehistory to Postcommunism
No preview available - 1997
PART ONE Between Vienna and Sremski Karlovci
and the Treaty of Karlovci 1699
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