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Palmerston and Austria

Brown, D.S. (2010) Palmerston and Austria. In: A Living Anachronism? European Diplomacy and the Habsburg Monarchy. Bohlau, Vienna and Cologne. ISBN 978-3205785101

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From the contents of John Charmley, "Unravellling Silk": Princess Lieven, Metternich and Castlereagh David Brown: Palmerston Alan Sked and Austria: Austria and the "Galician massacres" of 1846 TO Otte: "Knavery or Folly? The British Official Mind "and the Habsburg Monarchy, 1856-1914 Helmut Rumpler: The Travel Dalmatia on the eve of Emperor Franz Joseph Lothar Hoebelt East crisis in 1875: The Bosnian Crisis Revisited: Australian Liberals vs. Andrassy Isabel Pantenburg: The human factor in the policy: the case of Prince Eulenburg Holger Afflerbach: the Wilhelmine Empire between nation and empire Mark Cornwall: The Habsburg elite and the Southern Slav Question