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Indivisible and Inseparable: The Austro-Hungarian Army and the Question of Decline and Fall

@inproceedings{Woods2013IndivisibleAI,
  title={Indivisible and Inseparable: The Austro-Hungarian Army and the Question of Decline and Fall},
  author={Kyle D Woods},
  year={2013}
}
The title of this work is “Indivisible and Inseparable” the motto of the AustroHungarian Empire. This motto is just one of many ways in the Austro-Hungarian Empire fought against the centrifugal forces seeking to destroy it. I argue here that the historic theory of decline and fall is misguided as a model for understanding the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and question its usefulness when applied to other nation states and empires as well. I suggest that the Austro-Hungarian military… 

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