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  1. Money, Time and Rationality in Max Weber: Austrian Connections (Routledge Studies in the History of Economics) by Stephen Parsons, 2003-05-30
  2. Austrian History Yearbook, 1991 (vol. 022) by Solomon Wank, 1991-06-01
  3. Out of Austria: The Austrian Centre in London in World War II (International Library of Twentieth Century History)
  4. A STUDY IN AUSTRIAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY: From Late Baroque to Romanticism by Robert A. Kann, 1973
  5. Nostalgia After Nazism: History, Home, and Affect in German and Austrian Literature and Film by Heidi Schlipphacke, 2010-05-31
  6. Time and History (Publications of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society; New Series) (Volume 1)
  7. To the Caucasus and the Austrian Alps: The History of the 23.Panzer-Division in World War II by Ernst Rebentisch, 2009-03-10
  8. The Austrian Subjectivist Theory of Interest: An Investigation into the History of Thought by Ingo Pellengahr, 1996-11
  9. Burgtheater and Austrian Identity: Theatre and Cultural Politics in Vienna, 1918-38 (Legenda Main Series) (Legenda Main) by Robert Pyrah, 2007-08-30
  10. Literature, Film and the Culture Industry in Contemporary Austria (Austrian Culture) by Conference on Austrian Literature and Culture (1999 : Lafayette College), Margarete Lamb-Faffelberger, 2002-09
  11. Visions and Visionaries in Contemporary Austrian Literature and Film (Austrian Culture) by Margarete Lamb-Faffelberger, Pamela S. Saur, et all 2004-03
  12. Austrian Cinema : A History by Robert von Dassanowsky, 2005
  13. Napoleon & the Archduke Charles: A history of the Franco-Austrian campaign in the valley of the Danube in 1809 by F. Loraine Petre, 1976
  14. Evolution of the Market Process: Austrian and Swedish Economics (Routledge Studies in the History of Economics)

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62. Austrian Hungarian Czechoslovakian History Austria Hungary The Czechs And The Sl
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Austria, Hungary, Czechs, Slovaks Intimately tied to the Holy Roman Empire, and later Germany, the Austrian Empire grew in power and importance, before Hungarian nationalism forced the creation of a dual Austro-Hungarian monarchy in 1867. This collapsed in 1918, at which point the Czech and Slovak peoples declared their united independence. Timelines and General Histories
Chronologies and other historical material relating to the whole of early modern and modern Austria, Hungary and the Czech/Slovak lands. The following five sections contain more specific information. The Habsburg States Links to sites, sources and discussions on Austria and its domains from 1500 until the end of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806. Austrian/Austro-Hungarian Empire Links to discussions, sources and articles on the Austrian, and later Austro-Hungarian, Empire.

63. Affiliates: Society For Austrian And Habsburg History
Statement of Purpose To encourage, support, and further the study of Austrianhistory and the history of the Habsburg monarchy and of its successor states
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Established: 1957. Affiliate since June 1997. Membership: 220. Annual dues: $25. Web site:
Statement of Purpose: To encourage, support, and further the study of Austrian history and the history of the Habsburg monarchy and of its successor states insofar as the relationship between these and the Habsburg monarchy is clear. Officers and Staff President and Recording Secretary: Gary B. Cohen Department of History University of Minnesota Executive Secretary: Pieter Judson Department of History Swarthmore College Swarthmore, PA 19081-1397

64. David Johnson's Webpage - History Lesson Six, Austrian Empire History Since 1800
David Johnson's Webpage, austrian Empire history Since 1800 AThumbnail Sketch From the book Roots of Modern European Conflict
"Austrian Empire History Since 1800" - A Thumbnail Sketch From the book "Roots of Modern European Conflict: 1850-1950"
all un The Emperor became a constitutional monarch, and much of his power was divested to the new Austrian Reichstag which, similar to the one adopted two years before in Switzerland, was divided into two houses, the lower representing the people, the upper the various lands of the Empire. While it has to this day retained the term "Empire" in its name, Austria became more of a monarchical federation of peoples, living in almost autonomous nations, but cooperating closely for national security, for the maintenance of the peace, and for economic growth. Along with the constitution, there came about the promotion of what was called "The Austrian Idea." For centuries, the Empire had never had a common sense of "nationalism." Its peoples had always had their loyalties to their own national groups and, almost as an afterthought, to the Emperor. Not to the Empire, the Emperor.

65. *** Austrian Army - NBC Defense School - History And Tradition ***
Barracks. start, history of the WILHELMBarracks. The name of the barracksis an appreciation of Archduke WILHELM (1827 - 1894). 1857,

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Roots and Development Caused by the massive use of chemical weapons in World War I the Army-Gas-School of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy was founded (1917) in KREMS (Lower Austria). 1937 the Air-Defense-School under the command of Major Rudolf PROHASKA was established in the Charles-Barracks, Vienna.

66. Nations Online :: Austria - Österreich
history Österreichische Biographien Timeline, with comprehensive informationabout austrian's history (in German) WWWVL history Index Austria Index of
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Once the center of power for the large Austro-Hungarian Empire, Austria was reduced to a small republic after its defeat in World War I. Following annexation by Nazi Germany in 1938 and subsequent occupation by the victorious Allies, Austria's 1955 State Treaty declared the country "permanently neutral" as a condition of Soviet military withdrawal.
Neutrality, once ingrained as part of the Austrian cultural identity, has been called into question since the Soviet collapse of 1991 and Austria's increasingly prominent role in European affairs.
A prosperous country, Austria joined the European Union in 1995 and the euro monetary system in 1999.
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67. Lonely Planet World Guide | Destination Austria | History
An easy-to-read summary of the nation's history from the beginnings of the Hapsburg dynasty to the Category Kids and Teens School Time By Region Europe Austria......history. remaining territory was inherited by his son, Phillip II, splitting theHabsburg dynasty into two distinct lines the Spanish and the austrian.
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In its early years, the land that became Austria was invaded by a succession of tribes and armies using the Danube Valley as a conduit - the Celts, Romans, Vandals, Visigoths, Huns, Avars, Slavs and Manchester United supporters all came and went. Charlemagne established a territory in the Danube Valley known as the Ostmark in 803, and the area became Christianised and predominantly Germanic. By 1278 the Habsburgs had gained control and this mighty dynasty managed to rule Austria right up until WW I. Although the Habsburgs were not averse to using a bit of muscle, they preferred less barbaric ways of extending their territory and so Austria gradually expanded thanks to judicious real estate purchases and some politically-motivated marriages. One such marriage produced two sons: the eldest became Charles I of Spain and then mutated three years later into Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire; the younger son, Ferdinand, became the first Habsburg to live in Vienna and was anointed ruler of Austria, Hungary and Bohemia. In 1556, Charles abdicated as emperor and Ferdinand I was crowned in his place. Charles' remaining territory was inherited by his son, Phillip II, splitting the Habsburg dynasty into two distinct lines - the Spanish and the Austrian. In 1571, when the emperor granted religious freedom, the vast majority of Austrians turned to Protestantism. In 1576, the new emperor, Rudolf II, embraced the Counter-Reformation and much of the country reverted, with a little coercion, to Catholicism. The attempt to impose Catholicism on Protestant areas of Europe led to the Thirty Years' War, which started in 1618 and devastated much of Central Europe. Peace was finally achieved in 1648 with the Treaty of Westphalia. For much of the rest of the century, Austria was preoccupied with halting the advance of the Turks into Europe. Vienna nearly capitulated to a Turkish siege in 1683 but was rescued by a Christian force of German and Polish soldiers. Combined forces subsequently swept the Turks to the south-eastern edge of Europe. The removal of the Turkish threat saw a frenzy of Baroque building in many cities, and under the musical emperor Leopold I, Vienna became a magnet for musicians and composers.

68. Philippine Culture And History
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  • 69. ADAIR - Austrian Difficult Airway/Intubation Registry
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    The objectives of the Vienna Virtual Museum of the History of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine are to collect and preserve equipment and accessories, pharmecutical products, memories of pioneers, documents and images, and educational and scientific publications pertaining to anesthesia from the beginning of anesthetic practice through the last century. The Vienna Virtual Museum of the History of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine - a project of the Vienna Anesthesia and Intensive Care Association is in close cooperation with the Collection of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at the Institute for the History of Medicine in Vienna T he content in the contributions of the Vienna Virtual Museum of the History of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine is freely disposable to the world-wide anesthesia, intensive care, and emergency medicine community for personal use and educational purposes. Commercial users must contact the

    70. Austrian Cricket Association / Österreichischer Cricket Verband
    It was not until 1995, when Vienna Cricket Club converted a turnip field in Seebarn,Lower Austria into a permanent cricket ground that austrian cricket had a

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    Cricket was played in Austria briefly around the turn of the 19th-20th Century, with schools matches being recorded as having taken place in Baden, about 30km south of Vienna. The gardeners of the Rothschild family are also known to have played around this time, and the current day Austria Vienna team was originally the "1. Vienna Cricket und Fußball Verein" although cricket soon disappeared from their repertoire, although Cricketplatz still remains (and is the home to a Ladies Tennis Tournament each June). During the period of British Occupation following the end of the Second World War, cricket was played in the south of Austria, but it then died out until it was reintroduced in 1975, with the foundation of Vienna Cricket Club, the oldest surviving cricket club in Austria, following an initiative by Kerry Tattersall, an Australian who was at that point an English teacher at a Handelsakademie. Cricket was played in a variety of locations, from the Venediger Au and Rustenschacherallee in the Prater, as well as on the Birkenwiese. It was not until 1995, when Vienna Cricket Club converted a turnip field in Seebarn, Lower Austria into a permanent cricket ground that Austrian cricket had a home. At the same time, Austria led the way in setting up the European Indoor Championships, hosted in its inaugural year in Vienna, with the Austrian National team winning the following tournament at Lords in 1996, with the annual Vienna CC Wintercup, held each March, attracting international teams since 1992 as a major influence. Seebarn hosted Austria's first home international in 1996 against France and has gone on to host many more, including the ECC Representative Festival (2000) and ECC Trophy (2001), with a second ground being opened in 2001. CC Velden '91's picturesque ground in Latschach has also hosted international matches, with Austria's fourth dedicated ground in Vienna's 22nd district due to hold international youth games in the future.

    71. The Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society (ALWS)
    history of the ALWS. In 1974, the austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society wasfounded as a local organization in Kirchberg am Wechsel, Lower Austria.
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    In 1974, the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society was founded as a local organization in Kirchberg am Wechsel, Lower Austria. One reason for this choice of place was that in the twenties Wittgenstein taught at elementary schools in the surrounding area. In 1976, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Wittgenstein's death, a small conference took place, the 'Wittgenstein Days.' In retrospect, the designation "Wittgenstein Days" was changed to "First International Wittgenstein Symposium." Shortly afterwards, a committee was founded. This committee was responsible for the much larger Second International Wittgenstein Symposium and all subsequent symposia . The symposia and other activities are sponsored mainly by the government of Lower Austria and the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Culture

    72. Welcome To (Austrian American Football Officials)
    vice treasurer Michael Ulicny. history. Once upon a time .. Since first ofall the austrian Bowl XI in July was a great event and a high level game.
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    ... in 1983, there was a lecture about American Football rules and officials in Vienna. After this, some auditors decided to take part in an official clinic. And the consequence of this effort was the foundation of an officials association called "American Football Schiedsrichter Österreich (AFSÖ)" in 1984.
    In the early years there were only about 20 officials and 3 man-crews were usual. This and the bad rules knowledge of the teams caused some strange situations on the field. But the level was raised rapidly, and soon the AFSÖ had about 50 members and about 5 EAFOA officials (this is the European association of the American Football officials) who also officiated some College games in Michigan/USA.
    1995 was a good year for American Football in Austria. Since first of all the Austrian Bowl XI in July was a great event and a high level game. And furthermore the European Championship took place in Austria, and both the Austrian National Team (winner of the bronze medal) and the Austrian EAFOA officials did a great job.

    73. Association For History And Computing - Austrian Branch
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    74. History Of Economics: History Of Economics Resources: Austrian Economic Thought
    Capital and Interest A Critical history of Economic Theory Translated by WilliamSmart The austrian Economists Annals of the American Academy of Political and
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    Austrian Economic Thought and Ordo Liberalism
    The Austrian tradition of economic thought Ordo Liberalism is a mid-twentieth-century German tradition of economic thought with close affinities to the Austrian school because of its emphasis upon freedom and opposition to collectivism in all its forms.
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    75. What Is
    This culminated in his twovolume An austrian Perspective on the history of EconomicThought, which broadens the history of the discipline to encompass
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    What is "Austrian Economics"?
    Who is Ludwig von Mises? Who is Murray N. Rothbard? What is "Austrian Economics"? Why Austrian Economics Matters ... Natural Elites, Intellectuals, and the State Great Austrian Economists Benjamin Anderson Frederic Bastiat Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk Richard Cantillon Frank Fetter Gottfried von Haberler Henry Hazlitt F.A. Hayek ... Margit von Mises Luis de Molina Oskar Morgenstern Wilhelm Röpke Jean-Baptiste Say Richard von Strigl A.R.J. Turgot ... Phillip Wicksteed Friedrich von Wieser
    The Austrian School
    The story of the Austrian School begins in the fifteenth century, when the followers of St. Thomas Aquinas, writing and teaching at the University of Salamanca in Spain, sought to explain the full range of human action and social organization. These Late Scholastics observed the existence of economic law, inexorable forces of cause and effect that operate very much as other natural laws. Over the course of several generations, they discovered and explained the laws of supply and demand, the cause of inflation, the operation of foreign exchange rates, and the subjective nature of economic valueall reasons Joseph Schumpeter celebrated them as the first real economists. The Late Scholastics were advocates of property rights and the freedom to contract and trade. They celebrated the contribution of business to society, while doggedly opposing taxes, price controls, and regulations that inhibited enterprise. As moral theologians, they urged governments to obey ethical strictures against theft and murder. And they lived up to Ludwig von Mises's rule: the first job of an economist is to tell governments what they cannot do.

    76. Periodicals Daily Articles Coming Events Resources Audio Members
    General Texts. Rothbard, Murray N. (1995) Economic Thought Before Adam SmithAn austrian Perspective on the history of Economic Thought, vol.

    77. Angel Dust - Austrian Unreal Tournament Capture The Flag Clan - Welcome!
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    78. Modern History Sourcebook: A Legend Of The Austrian Tyrol: St. Kümmernis
    Modern history Sourcebook A Legend of the austrian Tyrol St. Kümmernis. HalsallIntroduction (with contributions from a Hagiomail list discussion).
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    A Legend of the Austrian Tyrol:
    St. Kümmernis
    [Halsall Introduction (with contributions from a Hagiomail list discussion)] This tale is an Austrian version of the story of the legendary Saint Wilgefortis (who has a feast day in the Roman Martyrology , as a virgin martyr in Portugal, 20th July). This story is probably a baroque variation of some sort. The saint was known by a number of names - Liberata, Liberdade, Liverade, Kümmernis, and Uncumber. As St. Uncumber, in England, she could be invoked by women having trouble with their husbands. In this version the saint's name is also of some significance: "Kümmernis" comes from 'Kummer', i.e. sorrow, sadness. Hence, perhaps, the insistence on the plaintive melodies played by the minstrel. At one time it was claimed that the story had a connection with ancient hermaphroditic cults in Cyprus and elsewhere. More recently, some scholars have argued that the cult - which featured a woman being crucified, derives from an artistic representions of Christ on a cross with a long tunic. This argument was summarized during an email discussion [11/25/1998] The spread of the cult after 1350/1400 is based on a misunderstanding: the representation of Christ as a dressed man on the cross according to the model of the Volto Santo at Lucca, which was no longer understood in late medieval Germany. The christological origins of the cult were only preserved in Bamberg, St. Gangolf, where a similar effigy was venerated as "Goettliche Hilfe" ("Help of God"). [

    79. TRANS Nr. 0: H. Arlt: Project: Austrian Literary History
    Project austrian Literary history(1) Stages of Work and Plans. Of course, the subjectof a history of austrian Literature can be seen as a pars pro toto.
    Trans Internet-Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften 0. Nr. August 1997
    Project: Austrian Literary History
    Stages of Work and Plans
    Herbert Arlt (Vienna) Contents: Introduction
    1. Institute for Research and Promotion of Austrian and International Literary Processes

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    3. Boundary Conditions
    Ever since I became a student of German Studies starting in 1978 in Salzburg, I have been aware, that the term "Austrian Literature' hardly plays any role for students at the beginning of their studies (and this would also be true for students of "German Studies" at the other Austrian universities). It was only during the course of our studies (especially in the dissertation-seminars of Walter Weiss) that many of us got acquainted with the scientific discussions on Austrian literature (although by that time itself articles with divergent positions also appeared sporadically in the media and several books on the subject were available). But even at the end of the eighties the concept was not yet generally accepted in the promotion of scholarship in Austria. An excerpt from an expert opinion on the "theory of Austrian literature" published in 1989 read as follows: "With regard to the past (here particularly the 18th, 19th centuries – H.A.) I fundamentally doubt that it existed." Even the studies, conferences on Soyfer

    80. Computerized Introduction Manual In Austrian Legal History
    Computerized Introduction Manual in austrian Legal history. Johannes W. Pichler,Department of Social and Economic history, austrian Legal history Institute.
    Computerized Introduction Manual in Austrian Legal History Johannes W. Pichler, Department of Social and Economic History, Austrian Legal History Institute The Project Computerized and artificial-intelligence-aided instruction manual/handbook/textbook, "Austrian Legal History". The Target The design of an instructional program presenting an alternative approach to the subject of Legal History. The idea is to use the expertise and advance of the fairly young discipline of Law and Informatics[ ]: CALI for Legal History. In order to fulfil the inevitably varying needs of prospective users of the program - i.e. students preparing for exams, or those interested in the more scientific aspects of Legal History - we[ ] have created a program of several levels. At the basic level the program is like a conservative introduction manual which has been strictly reduced to principles and fundamental facts. This very thin booklet is available both in traditional form or, and this is the first step into computer assisted learning, in digitalized form - on CD-ROM or regular discs. This standard information could be used by students with varying ambition end enthusiasm. This multi-purposed first level is designed to accommodate the undergraduate as well as those at a more advanced level of study. At the higher levels - i.e. on the next steps of the computer - the program is designed to satisfy the demands of students in preparation for exams, or those interested in the more scientific aspects of Legal History, e.g. students concerned with writing diploma-articles, theses or other major papers. The program runs on several levels, each directed to a specific area of study.

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