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Plunket, Thomas, Baron Plunket in the nobility of the Holy Roman empire (1716-1779), army officer in the Austrian service

Rothschild, Ferdinand James Anselm de, Baron de Rothschild in the nobility of the Austrian empire (1839-1898), art collector and politician

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Rothschild, Charlotte de, Baroness de Rothschild in the nobility of the Austrian empire (1819-1884), philanthropist

Book Review: Exclusive Revolutionaries. Liberal Politics, Social Experience, and National Identity in the Austrian Empire, 1848–1914

Cosway [née Hadfield], Maria Louisa Catherine Cecilia, Baroness Cosway in the nobility of the Austrian empire (1760-1838), history painter and educationist

Nugent, Lavall, Count Nugent in the nobility of the Austrian empire (1777-1862), army officer in the imperial service

Fremantle, Thomas Francis, first Baron Cottesloe, and Baron Fremantle in the nobility of the Austrian empire (1798-1890), politician and civil servant

Alison Fleig Frank. Oil Empire: Visions of Prosperity in Austrian Galicia. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 2005. Pp. xx, 343. $49.95

Book Review: Exclusive Revolutionaries. Liberal Politics, Social Experience, and National Identity in the Austrian Empire, 1848–1914

Declarations between Austria-Hungary (Empire) and Russia, signed at St. Petersburg/Vienna, 14(25) December 1772/20 January 1773

 

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Names and Titles

The imperial title, assumed by Francis I in August 1804, was Kaiser von Österreich; he retained the titles king of Hungary and of Bohemia.

Hamann, B., ed., Die Habsburger: ein biographisches Lexikon (Munich, 1988).

1804–1835

Francis I (Holy Roman emperor as Francis II; emperor of Austria 1804)

1835–1848

Ferdinand I (son; abdicated, died 1875)

1848–1916

Francis Joseph I (nephew)

1916–1918

Charles I (grandnephew; deposed, died 1922; proclamation of the republic)

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