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Title: Reports of the U.S. Representative in Vienna, 1877
Authors: U.S. Representative in Vienna
Keywords: Austria-Hungary
United States
Foreign Policy
Dualism
Hungary
Turkey
Ottoman Empire
Relations
Eastern Question
Romania
Russia
Count Tisza
Benjamin Kallay
Issue Date: 1878
Publisher: Government Printing Office
Citation: Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States transmitted to Congress December 2, 1878. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1878.
Abstract: Includes reports on the details of Austro-Hungarian dualism, Austrian and Hungarian policy vis-a-vis the declining Ottoman Empire (Turkey) and the so-called "Eastern Question" and a variety of other issues relating to the foreign and domestic policy of Austria-Hungary.
Description: Reports, 9 pages
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2171
Appears in Collections:1848-1900: Revolution, Liberalism, Modernization

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