Picturing Austria-Hungary: The British Perception of the Habsburg Monarchy, 1865-1870

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Social Science Monographs, 2005 - History - 444 pages
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This book explores a turbulent period in Austria-Hungary's history from a primarily British perspective. The author utilizes resources from the contemporary press and travelogues to emphasize British interest in preserving the Habsburg Empire as a political entity and the balance of power in Europe.

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About the author (2005)

Tibor Frank is professor of history at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest.

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