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Albert of Habsburg

Albrecht von Habsburg (1559–1621)

András Gerő . Imagined History: Chapters from Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Hungarian Symbolic Politics. Translated by Mario D. Fenyo. (CHSP Hungarian Studies Series, number 9; East European Monographs, number 672.) Boulder, Colo.: Social Science Monographs. Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications, with the Institute of Habsburg History, Budapest. 2006. Pp. xvii, 403. $50.00

Austria, Hungary, and the Habsburgs

Austria, Hungary and the Habsburgs: Central Europe, c.1683-1867

Balázs Ablonczy. Pál Teleki (1874–1941): The Life of a Controversial Hungarian Politician. Translated by Thomas J. and Helen DeKornfeld. (East European Monographs, number 697; CHSP Hungarian Studies Series, number 10.) Boulder, Colo.: Social Science Monographs. Wayne, N.J.: Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications, with the Institute of Habsburg History, Budapest. 2007. Pp. ix, 338. $40.00

Book Review: Ständefreiheit und Fürstenmacht. Länder und Untertanen des Hauses Habsburg im konfessionellen Zeitalter. Österreichische Geschichte 1522–1699

Book Review: Vienna and the Fall of the Habsburg Empire. Total War and Everyday Life in World War I

Bruderzwist in Habsburg, Ein

CULTURAL CAPITAL, FAMILY STRATEGIES AND NOBLE IDENTITY IN EARLY MODERN HABSBURG AUSTRIA 1579–1620*

Czech, German, and Noble: Status and National Identity in Habsburg Bohemia

Czech, German, and Noble: Status and National Identity in Habsburg Bohemia

Czech Landscape, Habsburg Crown

Daniel L. Unowsky. The Pomp and Politics of Patriotism: Imperial Celebrations in Habsburg Austria, 1848–1916. (Central European Studies.) West Lafayette, Ind.: Purdue University Press. 2007. Pp. xiii, 269. $29.95

David Laven. Venice and Venetia Under the Habsburgs, 1815–1835. New York: Oxford University Press. 2002. Pp. viii, 256

Design Reform in the Habsburg Empire: Technology, Aesthetics and Ideology

Dynastic Conservatism and Poetic Violence in Fin-de-Siècle Cracow: The Habsburg Matrix of Polish Modernism

Ein Bruderzwist in Habsburg

Ein Bruderzwist in Habsburg

Elfenbeine aus Ceylon. Luxusgüter für Katharina von Habsburg (1507-1578)

Florián de Ocampo, Castilian Chronicler and Habsburg Propagandist: Rhetoric, Myth and Genealogy in the Historiography of Early Modern Spain

Frederick III of Habsburg (1415–1493)

Fredrik Lindström. Empire and Identity: Biographies of the Austrian State Problem in the Late Habsburg Empire. (Central European Studies.) West Lafayette, Ind.: Purdue University Press. 2008. Pp. xii, 311. $34.95

From Přcmyslids to Habsburgs

Gergely Romsics. Myth and Remembrance: The Dissolution of the Habsburg Empire in the Memoir Literature of the Austro-Hungarian Political Elite. Translated by Thomas J. DeKornfeld and Helen D. Hiltabidle. (East European Monographs, number 668; CHSP Hungarian Studies Series, number 8.) Boulder, Colo.: Social Science Monographs, a joint publication with the Institute of Habsburg History, Budapest, and the Center for Hungarian Studies and Publications. 2006. Pp. x, 272. $40.00

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One of the principal dynasties of central Europe from medieval to modern times.

Taking their name from a castle in Aargau, Switzerland, the family established a hereditary monarchy in Austria in 1282, and secured the title of Holy Roman emperor from 1452, reaching its peak of power under Emperor Charles V. Austrian and Spanish branches were created when Charles divided the territories between his son Philip II and his brother Ferdinand; the Habsburgs ruled Spain 1504–1700, while Habsburg rule in Austria ended with the collapse of Austria–Hungary in 1918.

Habsburg lip a term for the prominent lower lip and chin characteristic of the Habsburg family, and said to be the result of inbreeding.

Subjects: 15th - 16th century art.


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