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. K onrád , Ota 2011 Německé bylo srdce monarchie… Rakušanství, němectví a střední Evropa v rakouské historiografii mezi válkami [German Was the Heart of the Monarchy… Austrianism, Germanism and Central Europe in

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’s funeral ceremony was organized in Krems by the emperor’s officials at the expense of the monarchy. Attendees included an imperial commissioner (on behalf of Ferdinand II), Dampierre, Charles Bonaventure de Longueval, Count of Bucquoy, and other dignitaries

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-political model adopted by the liberal monarchy, colonial wars, a half-hearted military dictatorship (1923–1930), the economic crash of 1929, the ousting of the monarchy and the advent of the tumultuous Second Republic (1931–1939) which culminated in the horrors

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2009 Pálffy 2009b - Pálffy, Géza: The Kingdom of Hungary and the Habsburg Monarchy in the Sixteenth Century . Boulder, Colorado, Social

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villages (Oroszvár, Dunacsún, Horvátjárfalu, Rajka and Bezenye). The Allies awarded the first three to Czechoslovakia and left the last two in Hungary. During the initial phases of the war, when the fate of the Monarchy remained

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from Confucianism, which emphasizes a social hierarchy based on the social role and class (Yum 1988 ). For example, subjects and servants should obey the monarchy; students should obey their teachers; and sons and daughters should obey their parents

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society, but without closer specification of the activities of associations. 29 Town and region Kassa was the second largest city in northern Hungary during the Habsburg Monarchy and has preserved this position in present-day Slovakia. The municipality and

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Monarchy] . Korunk III 18 ( 6 ): 70 – 76 . http://epa.oszk.hu/00400/00458/00126/3502.html (accessed January 27, 2020). Varga , Sándor 2008 . Adatok a dualizmus kori, székelyföldi arányosítás és kivándorlás kérdéséhez [Data on the Issue of

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Introduction At the end of WWI Hungary (formerly part of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy) as a defeated country signed the Treaty of Trianon. Two-thirds of the country’s former territory was annexed to neighbouring countries and the decisive part of

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1949 Hungary, a great power located in Central-Eastern Europe in history, especially after the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867. The Monarchy was generally considered as a great power in the World. 34 In the past, Hungarian had its own historical

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