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The First World War and the End of the Habsburg Monarchy, 1914-1918

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The First World War and the End of the Habsburg Monarchy, 1914-1918
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Publisher: Böhlau
ISBN/ASIN: 3205795881
ISBN-13: 9783205795889
Number of pages: 1181

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The origins of World War I were different and varied. But it was Austria-Hungary which unleashed the war. After more than four years the Habsburg Monarchy was defeated and ended as a failed state. In this new work on World War I and its devastating consequences, Manfried Rauchensteiner offers the most detailed and insightful military history of the fall of the Habsburg Empire to date.

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