The Limits of Loyalty: Imperial Symbolism, Popular Allegiances, and State Patriotism in the Late Habsburg Monarchy

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Professor of Austrian History Laurence Cole, Laurence Cole, Daniel L. Unowsky
Berghahn Books, 2007 - 246 pagina's

The overwhelming majority of historical work on the late Habsburg Monarchy has focused primarily on national movements and ethnic conflicts, with the result that too little attention has been devoted to the state and ruling dynasty. This volume is the first of its kind to concentrate on attempts by the imperial government to generate a dynastic-oriented state patriotism in the multinational Habsburg Monarchy. It examines those forces in state and society which tended toward the promotion of state unity and loyalty towards the ruling house. These essays, all original contributions and written by an international group of historians, provide a critical examination of the phenomenon of "dynastic patriotism" and offer a richly nuanced treatment of the multinational empire in its final phase.

 

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Inhoudsopgave

Military Veterans and Popular Patriotism in Imperial Austria
59
Francis Joseph the Symbols
86
The Public Contest
113
The Uses
138
Croatian Student Protest
162
Representing Constitutional Monarchy in Late Nineteenth
199
Afterword
223
Index
236
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Over de auteur (2007)

Daniel Unowsky received his Ph.D. from Columbia University and is Associate Professor of History at the University of Memphis. He is the author of The Pomp and Politics of Patriotism: Imperial Celebrations in Habsburg Austria, 1848-1916 (2005).

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