hapsburg : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a royal German family that provided rulers for several European states and wore the crown of the Holy Roman Empire from 1440 to 1806
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- US is the best chance to save the world from a repeat of 1914
Gavrilo Princip was no sharpshooter. He didn’t have to be. His target passed just feet in front of him. Princip plugged the heir to the Hapsburg throne in the jugular vein. Archduke Franz Ferdinand bled out in his car.
Jan. 24, 2014 - Heritage Foundation
- Claudio Magris in Online Journal
Napoleon's victory over the Austrians at Ulm,Magris said, starting far back in time, "was the victory of modern Europe of unification over the old Hapsburg-Danubian Europe of separate states, of the totalizer over the particular. Napoleon...
- Arnold Schwarzenegger in Bloomberg
In the past three election cycles, only four of California's 459 congressional and legislative seats changed hands. There was more turnover in the Hapsburg monarchy than the California Legislature,said the Austrian-born Schwarzenegger.
- Jean-Jacques Aillagon in guardian.co.uk
In a report to the minister, one leading historian, Jean Tulard, said: "This heart is undoubtedly that of a Hapsburg, and almost certainly that of Louis XVII. We can never be 100% sure, but this is about as sure as it gets."