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From Empire to Republic

Post-World War I Austria

After the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Austria transformed itself from an empire to a small Central European country. Formerly an important player in international affairs, the new republic was quickly sidelined by the European concert of powers. The enormous losses of territory and population in Austria's post-Habsburg state of existence, however, did not result in a political, economic, cultural, and intellectual black hole. The essays in the twentieth anniversary volume...

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  • Publisher : innsbruck university press, University of New Orleans Press
  • Series : Contemporary Austrian Studies | 19
  • Place of publication : Innsbruck
  • Year of publication : 2010
  • Published on OpenEdition Books : 29 septembre 2016
  • EAN (Print version) : 9783902719768
  • Electronic EAN : 9783903122390
  • Number of pages : 448 p.

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Günter Bischof

Topical Essays

Annual review

Reinhold Gärtner
Austria 2009

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