The Dual Monarchy
was ineradicably flawed, hopelessly unprepared, executed its plans ineptly.
Regarding Austria-Hungary, Romania was in conflict because of its status in the Danube Commission, because of the economic boycott of the dual monarchy
markets, but mostly over the issue of Romanians in Transylvania.
The Habsburg Empire then became variously known as Austria-Hungary, or the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, or the Dual Monarchy
The Austro-Hungarian dual monarchy
was abolished in 1918.
This book will serve as an important effort to correct the image of almost total failure that has applied to the Austrian half of the Dual Monarchy
since its collapse in World War I.
But partitioned-off Northern Ireland was also a sort of Dual Monarchy
in which there was a separate parliament and government, where an Oath of Allegiance to the Crown was obligatory, and where the King was represented, as in the Irish Free State, by a Governor.
the construction of a vision of the Austrian Empire in its final and perhaps most famous decades in which he gives priority to Franz Joseph's political and ideological solutions to questions posed by the very term Austria or the Dual Monarchy
13); the emperor-king of the Dual Monarchy
, Franz Joseph, was not "eighty-four-year-old" (p.
Landwehr), composed of Magyars and those minorities residing in the Hungarian part of the Dual Monarchy
Tony Blair may have been the Prime Minister for the past decade, but for the most part it has felt more like a dual monarchy
, a Blair-Brown axis running the country.
The author claims to introduce a new angle by arguing that two separate wars began in 1914, one between the Dual Monarchy
and Serbia and the other pitting Germany against France and Russia.
186) Peter Hanak believes that operetta as created in Vienna and Budapest "contributed to the formation of a common mass culture" in the Dual Monarchy