A HABSBURG EMPEROR FOR THE NEXT CENTURY

@article{Scott2010AHE,
  title={A HABSBURG EMPEROR FOR THE NEXT CENTURY},
  author={H. Scott},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={197 - 216}
}
  • H. Scott
  • Published 2010
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
Statues provide one revealing index of historical memory, being a guide to the attention and importance conferred by subsequent generations upon figures in a nation’s past. Visitors to present-day Vienna will find ample commemoration of important and not-so-important figures from Austrian Habsburg history, with the emperor Franz Joseph (1848–1916) and the empress Maria Theresa (1740–80) particularly well represented. The latter’s son, Joseph II, however, is more elusive, commemorated primarily… Expand
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Habsburg Government and Intermediary Authority under Joseph II (1780–90): The Estates of Lower Austria in Comparative Perspective
On October 18, 1783, a cortege of gala carriages escorted by liveried attendants, lackeys, and trumpeters drew up in the main courtyard of the Hofburg, the Imperial palace in Vienna. Received withExpand

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