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Radetzky

Count Joseph . 1766--1858, Austrian field marshal: served in the war against Sardinia (1848--9), winning brilliant victories at Custozza (1848) and Novara (1849): governor of Lombardy-Venetia in N Italy (1849-57)
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It would be remiss of you not to try the famous Wiener Schnitzel, a classic dish that originated in the 19th century: Legend has it that Count Joseph Radetzky brought the recipe--a deliciously breaded veal cut let fried in clarified butter and served with a wedge of lemon--back to Vienna from the Italian territories under Habsburg rule.
This semester, I am teaching a course called "Roth, Roth, and Roth"--that's Philip, Henry, and Josef (the great elegist of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and author of The Radetzky March).
His fiction did not have any real success until Job: The Story of a Simple Man in 1930, and his magnum opus--the long novel The Radetzky March--was published in the autumn of 1932, only a few months before Hitler's dictatorship abruptly ended Roth's literary career in Germany (a country he hated, but in whose language he wrote with the greatest wit and clarity).
(13.) Aquesta lista dovrebbero essere aggiunti i nomi di donne che parteciparono alle battaglie risorgimentali, come Anita Garibaldi, Giuditta Sidoli, Teresa Confalonieri e le popolane di Milano che combatterono il Generale Josef Radetzky durante le Cinque giornate.
Based on the Viennese tradition and featuring dancers in elaborate costumes, the concert will take audiences on a light-hearted journey through classic works of the Strauss family, including The Blue Danube Waltz, Radetzky March, Thunder and Lightning Polka and Songs of Love Waltz, as well as timeless dance music from Tchaikovsky and Lehar.
A tradition going back to 1939, the concert draws crowds of tourists every year, clapping gaily in time with the "Radetzky March" a beloved and unavoidable encore, alongside the melancholic "Blue Danube Waltz".
Timeless music from the masters of the waltz RADETZKY MARCH THE BLUE DANUBE WALTZ THUNDER AND LIGHTNING POLKA THE LAUGHING SONG from DIE FLEDERMAUS
He wrote much like this in his novel The Radetzky March, set on the remote borders of the Austro-Hungarian empire, where a tired garrison has little idea that the First World War is about to destroy its world for ever.
to "So I continued backing Radetzky and eventually I got him up against the hedge.
"As somebody sensitive to noise (and living one block away from the proposed projects), I am terrified of the noise issue," Paula Radetzky wrote the council.