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by John P. Spielman

eBook City and Crown: Vienna and the Imperial Court, 1600-1740 (Central European Studies) epub
  • ISBN: 1557530211
  • Author: John P. Spielman
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Europe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Purdue University Press (September 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 280 pages
  • ePUB size: 1658 kb
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Spielman presents the role of the Habsburg court in the rise of Vienna the early modem period. Vienna’s city council had long looked toward developing the areas beyond the walls as a means to increase its tax base.

Spielman presents the role of the Habsburg court in the rise of Vienna the early modem period. Series: Central European Studies. Published by: Purdue University Press. As early as July 1664, the city’s repeated complaints about the accumulated loss of taxes moved the crown to summon a conference of commissioners representing the Lower AustrianRegierung,theHofkammer,and members of the city council.

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West Lafayette: Purdue University Press. Published: 1 June 1995. by Cambridge University Press (CUP). in Central European History. Central European History, Volume 28, pp 232-233; doi:10. For questions or feedback, please reach us at support at scilit. His study clearly shows the extraordinarily complex web of interrelationships and interdependencies between the court, its servants, and the city as each strove to protect its privileges. The author's innovative approach consists in identifying the specific role that the court Spielman presents the role of the Habsburg court in the rise of Vienna the early modem period.

John P. Spielman, Haverford College. Spielman, John P. The City & the Crown: Vienna and the Imperial Court, 1600-1740. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue UP, 1993.

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Vienna and the imperial court, 1600-1740. Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-248) and index. Published 1993 by Purdue University Press in West Lafayette, Ind. Court and courtiers, History. Austria, Vienna (Austria).

The City and the Crown. The City and the Crown: Vienna and the Imperial Court 1600-1740. In the Supreme Court and elsewhere, it is possible to discern two sharply inconsistent attitudes toward this question. sterreich über Alles, wann es nur will. Wilhelm Hörnigk Philipp. Geschichte der österreichischen Gewerbepolitik von 1740 bis 1860. One view holds that the First Amendment simply prevents any legislative backsliding from the common law rules that protect freedom of speech and of the press, much. as they protect freedom of contract and freedom of action generally.

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Spielman presents the role of the Habsburg court in the rise of Vienna the early modem period. His study clearly shows the extraordinarily complex web of interrelationships and interdependencies between the court, its servants, and the city as each strove to protect its privileges. The author's innovative approach consists in identifying the specific role that the court quartering system played in the expansion of the government's involvement in the development of the city. in so doing, Spielman ties in the two approaches traditionally used in histories of early modem Germany and Austria: the growth of the modem bureaucracy and the development of the Baroque.
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