Imperial Russia, as an Orthodox country and the country with the largest Slavic population, gradually inspired the spiritual-political leader of the Serbian nation during the Habsburg
and Ottoman lordships (i.
Chapter 2 pursues the concept of the Habsburg
prince as perfect knight and defender of the Church, the emblematic implications of the Order of the Golden Fleece and armor impacted with symbols of imperial ideology.
Most historians have concluded that the Habsburg
Empire did indeed contain an intractable problem or tragic flaw.
Studies of other local experiences of war and social disintegration in the empire would shed greater light on Healy's assertion that "the roots of the collapse of the Habsburg
state [are found] in the mundane and the everyday" (300).
Herr von Habsburg
works in marketing and commutes between Salzburg and Berlin, where his wife Countess Tita von Hardenberg works.
, the last crown prince of the Austro-Hungarian Empire which collapsed in 1918, gave up in 1961 his rights to the throne and to property that the Habsburgs
had kept since the early 1400s.
Rather than a study limited to an overview of the life and sacred music of the two chapel masters at Ferdinand II's imperial court, Giovanni Priuli (1575-1626) and Giovanni Valentini (1582-1649), Saunders has attempted to place these composers within the political and religious context of the early seventeenth-century Habsburg
and a prominent fine arts auction house, Habsburg
, have formed a partnership to offer luxury New York real estate to international buyers in an unprecedented manner.
NEW YORK -- Archduke Dominic Habsburg
and his family have retained a private investment firm, Baytree Capital, to create a long-term strategic plan for the enhancement and preservation of historic Bran Castle in the Transylvanian region of Romania.
The third edition of the Italian Food Festival in the Rosewood Corniche, Jeddah will feature Bologna's chef Francesca Simoni overseeing operations at the hotel's restaurant, Habsburg
, in co-ordination with executive chef Maurizio.
The eight essays describe Tadhg O'Cianain's account of the exile of Ulster's Gaelic lords, his perception of Rome, the involvement of Irish Franciscans with printing at Louvain, poems in the O'Gadhra manuscript, and catechisms in Spanish Habsburg
President Ivanov on his part presented the Boris Trajkovski Award to Walburga Habsburg
Douglas, while Georg Habsburg
received the award on her behalf.