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The Hapsburg Empire
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The Hapsburg Empire
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Austrian Habsburg Monarchy must not be confused with the House of Habsburg, existing since the 11th century, whose vast domains were split up in 1521 between this "junior" Austrian branch and the "senior" Spanish branch. The Habsburg Empire had the advantage of size, but multiple disadvantages. There were rivals on four sides, its finances were unstable, the population was fragmented into multiple ethnicities, and its industrial base was thin. Its naval resources were so minimal that it did not attempt to build an overseas empire.


The House of Habsburg (/ˈhæpsbɜːrɡ/; German: [ˈhaːpsbʊɐ̯k]; traditionally spelled Hapsburg in English became extinct in the 18th century.

[Image: Familienwappen_Habsburg-Stroehl.jpg]


The senior Spanish branch ended upon the death of Charles II of Spain in 1700 and was replaced by the House of Bourbon.

The remaining Austrian branch became extinct in the male line in 1740 with the death of Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI, and completely in 1780 with the death of his eldest daughter Maria Theresa of Austria. It was succeeded by the Vaudémont branch of the House of Lorraine, descendants of Maria Theresa's marriage to Francis III, Duke of Lorraine.

The new successor house styled itself formally as the House of Habsburg-Lorraine (German: Habsburg-Lothringen), and because it was often confusingly still referred to as the House of Habsburg, historians use the unofficial appellation of the Habsburg Monarchy for the countries and provinces that were ruled by the junior Austrian branch of the House of Habsburg between 1521 and 1780 and then by the successor branch of Habsburg-Lorraine until 1918.

The Lorraine branch continues to exist to this day and its members use the Habsburg name.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habsburg_Monarchy
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Habsburg
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04-21-2019 03:15 PM

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RE: The Hapsburg Empire



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOaHsIe59qk

A Tumultuous Love Story Inside the Habsburg Empire

edit to include this youtube is brilliant marketing for a fictional romance novel.
The historical facts may not be accurate.
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
[Image: Ax01434.jpg]

Map of the Holy Roman Empire of Hapsburg.
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
The Hapsburgs then:

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The Hapsburgs now:

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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
Habsburg–Persian alliance

During the reign of the Persian Shah Ismail, exchanges occurred between him and Charles V, and Ludwig II of Hungary in view of combining against the Ottoman Turks.

Charles, then king of Spain as Charles I, sent an envoy to propose an alliance to the Shah of Iran between 1516 and 1519.

Also in 1516, Ludwig II sent a Maronite friar by the name of Petrus de Monte Libano with the same mission,

The Persians effectively entered into conflict with the Ottoman Empire on five occasions in the Ottoman–Persian Wars, weakening the Ottoman Empire considerably every time, and effectively opening a second front when the Ottoman Empire was in conflict in Europe, to the rejoicing of Habsburg Europe.

It was a great relief for the Habsburgs, and appeared as the realization of the old Habsburg–Persian alliance.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Habsburg%E...n_alliance

[Image: 220px-Husain_Ali_Beg.jpg]

The Persian ambassador Husain Ali Beg during the Persian embassy to Europe (1599–1602).
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
The Iranian Envoy Mirza Mohammed Reza-Qazvini meeting with Napoleon I at the Finckenstein Palace, 27 April 1807, to sign the Treaty of Finckenstein. François Mulard.

[Image: 300px-The_Persian_Envoy_Mirza_Mohammed_R...Mulard.jpg]

A Franco-Persian alliance or Franco-Iranian alliance was formed for a short period between the French Empire of Napoleon I and Fath Ali Shah against Russia and Great Britain between 1807 and 1809. The alliance was part of a plan to gather extra aid against Russia and by Persia's help, having another front on Russia's southern borders, namely the Caucasus region. The alliance unravelled when France finally allied with Russia and turned its focus to European campaigns.

Due to the traditional friendly relations of France with the Ottoman Empire formalized by a long-standing Franco-Ottoman alliance, the relations of France with Iran had long been minimal. Instead, a Habsburg-Persian alliance had developed during the 16th century, and when Persian embassies visited Europe with the Persian embassy to Europe (1599–1602) and the Qagarie embassy to Europe (1609–1615), they pointedly avoided France.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franco-Persian_alliance
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
The term France–Habsburg rivalry describes the division between the House of Habsburg and the Kingdom of France.

The Habsburgs were the largest and most powerful royal house of the Holy Roman Empire from the Early Modern Period until the Napoleonic Wars, and survived with large possessions in the Austro-Hungarian region until the First World War.

In addition to holding significant amounts of land and influence within the Holy Roman Empire, the Habsburg dynasty ruled Spain (1516–1556) and the Holy Roman Empire (1519–1556) under Charles V.

As the House of Habsburg expanded into western Europe, border friction began with the Kingdom of France, the lands of which extended to the west bank of the Rhine.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French%E2%...rg_rivalry
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
You would do better and learn more if you would Research:

"THE EAST INDIA TRADING COMPANY"
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
General Gardane, with colleagues Jaubert and Joanin, at the Persian court of Fath Ali Shah in 1808. The red socks were an element of Persian protocol.

[Image: 220px-Gardane_Jaubert_Jouanin.jpg]

Following the visit of the Iran Envoy Mirza Mohammed Reza-Qazvini to Napoleon, the Treaty of Finckenstein formalized the alliance on 4 May 1807, in which France supported Persia's claim to Georgia, promising to act so that Russia would surrender the territory. In exchange, Persia was to fight Great Britain, and to allow France to cross the Persian territory to reach India.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franco-Persian_alliance
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russo-Pers...2%80%9313)
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
Fu King  Wrote: (04-21-2019 03:44 PM)
You would do better and learn more if you would Research:

"THE EAST INDIA TRADING COMPANY"

feel free to add that information to the thread if you think it's important
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
Fork  Wrote: (04-21-2019 03:51 PM)
Fu King  Wrote: (04-21-2019 03:44 PM)
You would do better and learn more if you would Research:

"THE EAST INDIA TRADING COMPANY"

feel free to add that information to the thread if you think it's important

Never mind. It just supersedes all of the above.
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
Fork  Wrote: (04-21-2019 03:19 PM)
link to image: https://www.themaparchive.com/media/cata...x01434.jpg

Map of the Holy Roman Empire of Hapsburg.

weird in 1600 Germany in middle of Europe wasn't Germany ... a bunch of tiny basically city-states
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
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The PLUS ULTRA motto continued to be popular in Spain after Charles V's death.

It appeared in Habsburg propaganda and was used to encourage Spanish explorers to ignore the old warning and go beyond the Pillars of Hercules.

Today it is featured on both the flag and arms of Spain.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plus_ultra


I'm showing the connections between the past and the future.


PLVS VLTRA is it a secret society ?
http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-80547.html
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
Fu King  Wrote: (04-21-2019 03:57 PM)
Fork  Wrote: (04-21-2019 03:51 PM)
feel free to add that information to the thread if you think it's important

Never mind. It just supersedes all of the above.

If you don't want to add information, I may at a later time.
The first multinational company and the shift of power in the Haspburg Empire are well connected.
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RE: The Hapsburg Empire
The Peace of Utrecht is a series of peace treaties signed by the belligerents in the War of the Spanish Succession, in the Dutch city of Utrecht between April 1713 and February 1715.

The War of the Spanish Succession was occasioned by the failure of the Habsburg king, Charles II of Spain, to produce an heir. Dispute followed the death of Charles II in 1700, and fourteen years of war were the result.

France and Great Britain had come to terms in October 1711, when the preliminaries of peace had been signed in London. The preliminaries were based on a tacit acceptance of the partition of Spain's European possessions.

[Image: The_Treaty_of_Utrecht_%28clean%29.jpg]

The treaties between several European states, including Spain, Great Britain, France, Portugal, Savoy and the Dutch Republic, helped end the war.

The treaties were concluded between the representatives of Louis XIV of France and of his grandson Philip on one hand, and representatives of Anne of Great Britain, Victor Amadeus II of Sardinia, John V of Portugal and the United Provinces of the Netherlands on the other.

Another enduring result was the creation of the Spanish Bourbon Dynasty, still reigning over Spain up to the present while the original House of Bourbon has long since been dethroned in France.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_of_Utrecht
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