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Road to the 1848 Hungarian Revolution

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Department
History
Course Code
HIS389H1
Professor
Robert C.Austin

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HIS389H1-S 19th January 2011
Road to 1848
896: Arpad
1000: Christianity. Issuant.
100 – 1526: Hungarian Grandeur
1526: Mohacs
1541: Fall of Buda. Lajos died without heir. The Hungarian crown reversed to Vienna.
This was the beginning of the Habsburg Empire
1686: Liberation of Buda (Not Pest, since Buda has a good strategic potential as its
elevated on a hill, thus easily defendable, plus surrounded by hill)
Divided Hungary (1541 – 1686):
1.Ottoman Empire
2.Royal Hungary (The Habsburg shifted the administration centre i.e. the Diet to
Poszony, Presburg and Bratislava, although the main power remained in
Vienna)
3.Transylvania (Today in Romania) was the centre of Hungary
1683: Siege of Vienna
1686: Liberation of Buda
Hungary in the Habsburg Empire
Magyar perceived themselves as deserving something more from the Habsburg
as they believed they had the same status as the German
1848 – 1916: Francis Joseph I, Empire of Austria and King of Hungary
1815 – 1848:
1815: Congress of Vienna dealt with the legacy of Napoleon. European armies
started conscription and heavily disciplined learning from Napoleon. Anti-
Napoleon tendency was strong
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HIS389H1-S 19 January 2011 Road to 1848 896: Arpad 1000: Christianity. Issuant. 100 1526: Hungarian Grandeur 1526: Mohacs 1541: Fall of Buda. Lajos died without heir. The Hungarian crown reversed to Vienna. This was the beginning of the Habsburg Empire 1686: Liberation of Buda (Not Pest, since Buda has a good strategic potential as its elevated on a hill, thus easily defendable, plus surrounded by hill) Divided Hungary (1541 1686): 1. Ottoman Empire 2. Royal Hungary (The Habsburg shifted the administration centre i.e. the Diet to Poszony, Presburg and Bratislava, although the main power remained in
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