Bolstering the Prestige of the Habsburgs: The End of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806

  title={Bolstering the Prestige of the Habsburgs: The End of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806},
  author={Peter H. Wilson},
  journal={The International History Review},
  pages={709 - 736}
  • P. Wilson
  • Published 2006
  • History
  • The International History Review
(2006). Bolstering the Prestige of the Habsburgs: The End of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806. The International History Review: Vol. 28, No. 4, pp. 709-736. 
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468; Srbik, Das osterreichische Kaisertum
  • Heiliges Rom-isches Reich, i
Johann Eustach Count von Schlitz, called Gortz (1737-1821), was commissioned by many other Imperial Estates to exercise their votes
    See copy of the Romisch-Kaiserlich privilegierte Regensburger historischeNachrichten
      TW/3, GV, attacks Napoleon as a usurper and fantasist
        TW/3, KG. Hesse-Kassel mobilized its army
          TW/3, KG. See also personal letters from minor princes and the remaining formerly
            TW/3, KG; Danish proclamation
              The notion of a 'sick' Empire is common in older works
                argues Prussia's neutrality since 1795 had 'doomed' the Empire to destruction