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Austro-American relations, 1861-1866
The period between 1851-1866 was the era of the American Civil War and the European intervention in Mexico, when Napoleon III of France attempted to force the Mexican people to accept Austrian Archduke Maximilian as their ...
Othmar Spann and the ideology of the Austrian corporate state
The Austrian scholar and social theorist Othmar Spann (1878-1950) was a major figure in the "conservative revolution" that fired the imagination of many Central European intellectuals after World War I. Born in the Habsburg ...
Taken at the flood: the opening of the Maryland campaign of 1862
When Robert E. Lee took command of the Army of Northern Virginia, the Confederacy had reached desperate straits. He decided that only bold strategy could right the balance. At the outset his solution proved correct. By the ...
Charleston: a city in rebellion, 1861-1865
How does a wartime city react under stress? This thesis seeks to answer this question» using the city of Charleston» South Carolina, during the years of the Civil War, as a test case. Although Charleston was in no sense ...