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Paris and Vienna as Cultural Centers

.... Paris. As the seat of government for the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Vienna "symbolized for some 54 million inhabitants... the object ....

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Ottoman Empire

.... His leadership extended the Ottoman Empire from Vienna to Iran. For nearly five decades he reigned over the greatest power in the world. ....

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Akbar S. Ahmed and Muslim Empires

.... of the Ottomans was triggered in 1683 when the army failed to conquer Vienna. During this period, the European powers surrounding the empire were undergoing ....

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Empress Maria Theresa

.... V. Conclusion: A Viennese Empress If the Hapsburg Empire was in no sense a nation, it did have a capital city, Vienna, to lend it some degree of focus. ....

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Collapse of the Ottoman Empire

.... of the Decline of the Ottoman Empire The international position of the Ottoman Empire (1280-1922 .... in technology led to its defeat at the gates of Vienna in 1683 ....

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Collapse of Ottoman Empire & the Qing Dynasty

.... of the Decline of the Ottoman Empire The international position of the Ottoman Empire (1280-1922 .... in technology led to its defeat at the gates of Vienna in 1683 ....

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LATE ROMAN EMPIRE AND THE GOTHIC INCURSIONS Thi

.... disunited, scattered barbarian tribes in Europe and the Parthian Empire in Asia .... Raetia), Austria (Nordicum), in Upper Pannonia in the Vienna-Budapest region ....

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Reign of Charles V

.... at Worms in 1521 was one attempt to preserve the unity of the Empire if for .... to Sinclair Atkins, in 1529 the Turks began an invasion intended to capture Vienna. ....

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Emperor Charles V

.... at Worms in 1521 was one attempt to preserve the unity of the Empire if for .... to Sinclair Atkins, in 1529 the Turks began an invasion intended to capture Vienna. ....

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US Economy. Industrial Revolution. Islamic Fundamentalism

.... The Ottoman Empire was itself a strong power, but with the failure of the second siege of Vienna in 1683, and the rise of European colonialism during the ....

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Nationalism in 19th Century Europe

.... The answer has to be a qualified YES. The Austro-Hungarian empire was still the strongest militarily as the Congress of Vienna met. ....

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TURNING POINTS IN MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY This re

.... 1560), they conquered the Balkans and Hungary and stood at the gates of Vienna. .... leading Islamic state of the sixteenth century, it was a world empire of vast ....

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Austrian Socialist Party (SDAP)

.... Works Cited Gruber, Helmut. Red Vienna: Experiment in Working-Class Culture 1919-1934. .... Jelavich, Barbara. Modern Austria: Empire and Republic, 1815-1986. ....

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Why European Power Increased While Islamic Power Decreased

.... to besiege the Hapsburg capital of Vienna (Inalcik and Quataert [A], 21). In addition, Islam was represented in the West by the Ottoman Empire, a centralized ....

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British Monarchy: An Overview

.... While passing through Vienna on his return to his empire, Richard was captured, imprisoned and held for ransom by one of his old enemies, the Duke of Austria. ....

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Religion in Austria

.... many different national heritages and religious traditions, the Habsburg Empire tended to .... of religiously affiliated citizens in general, with Vienna having the ....

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Rural-urban conflicts on Western Asia (1100-1700)

.... The population of the Ottoman Empire increased by 50 percent in the 16th .... Turks controlled most of European Europe and stormed the gates of Vienna several times ....

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Nationalism & the Concert of Europe

.... an effort to enforce the agreements made at the Congress of Vienna, which was .... In return, the Ottoman Empire rewarded Russia in the Treaty of Unikar-Skelessi in ....

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The German National Experience

.... of "Germany," and linked in the surviving Austro-Hungarian Empire with non .... and national identity; Austrian life continued to center upon Vienna when Germany ....

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Origins of WWI

.... By 1914, the diplomatic system founded at the Congress of Vienna was desperately out of date. The Austro Hungarian Empire (direct heir of the old medieval Holy ....

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SWITZERLAND: A COUNTRY STUDY

.... In 1648, the league became independent of the Holy Roman Empire. .... France, Great Britain, Portugal, Prussia, Russia, Spain, and Sweden by the Congress of Vienna. ....

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Austria & Hungary & WWI

.... stability and integrity of the polyglot, multi ethnic Hapsburg Empire. .... three weeks after Serbia's cleverly qualified acceptance of Vienna's thinly disguised ....

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BATTLE OF LEPANTO This research paper discusses

.... Lord Kinross said after he was repulsed at Vienna, Suleiman "no longer contemplated .... He said the Ottoman Empire "had a built-in need to acquire territory for ....

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BATTLE OF LEPANTO in 1571 This research paper discusses

.... Lord Kinross said after he was repulsed at Vienna, Suleiman "no longer contemplated .... He said the Ottoman Empire "had a built-in need to acquire territory for ....

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Reunification of Germany

.... the German ethnicity that Prussians most often encountered (as an ideal) was the Austrian version emanating from the Hapsburg empire centered in Vienna. ....

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Austria-Hungary's Role in Outbreak of WWI

.... stability and integrity of the polyglot, multi-ethnic Hapsburg Empire. .... three weeks after Serbia's cleverly qualified acceptance of Vienna's thinly disguised ....

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The Career of Otto von Bismarck

.... national" recognition to the detriment of the Empire as a whole. The solution, as Bismarck analyzed the situation, was to find a successor to Vienna, a new ....

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War and Society in Europe

.... that he manipulated balance-of-power treaties that had been structured by the Congress of Vienna for that .... This was the raison d'état of the Second Empire. ....

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Ethnic Conflict in Bosnia

.... where the serbs were always in favor of complete separation from the Ottoman Empire. .... In cultural terms, the Slovenes looked to Vienna in the north rather than ....

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European History

.... BonaparteÆs designs of Empire disillusioned many of his former supporters like Beethoven .... division of Europe represented by the Congress of Vienna was primarily ....

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