The Austrian Army in the Age of Metternich

  title={The Austrian Army in the Age of Metternich},
  author={Gunther Erich Rothenberg},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  pages={156 - 165}
  • G. Rothenberg
  • Published 1 June 1968
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  • The Journal of Modern History
The fall of Napoleon ushered in a period of comparative stability in Europe based primarily on the new balance of power established by the treaties of 1815 and the rigorous suppression of all domestic disorders. Preservation of this state of affairs fell in large part to Austria, which had emerged from the French wars with great prestige and additional power. Its ruling circles, and above all its chancellor and chief minister, Klemens Prince Metternich, were determined to defend the newly… 
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