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Empire and identity; biographies of the Austrian state problem in the late Habsburg empire.

9781557534644

Empire and identity; biographies of the Austrian state problem in the late Habsburg empire.

Lindstrom, Fredrik.

Purdue University Press

2008

311 pages

$34.95

Paperback

Central European studies

DB80

Lindstom (history, Malmo U.) looks at the lives of six men who engaged with political and cultural issues surrounding the Austrian state and Austrian empire during the 19th century. By so doing, he hopes to provide a keener perspective on The Austrian Problem in its own context than he could with either a single perspective or a general review. The study began as his Ph.D. dissertation for Lund University, Sweden, in 2002.

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