Re: Franz Ferdinand & Prinzip
On 28 juil, 14:32, "wm.k...@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <wm.k...@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Jul 17, 2:56 am, "edespal...@xxxxxxxx" <edespal...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:One does not suspect you are able to follow, nor to do some study to
On 17 juil, 05:52, Don Aitken <don-ait...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Tue, 17 Jul 2007 01:55:35 -0000, "wm.k...@xxxxxxxxxxxx"
I read today that of a theory after WWI that the Hungarian element
were somehow implicated in the assination of F.F. owing to the
archduke's liberal views respecting Serbia and the Balkans.
Some of the Slavs thought him liberal, the Magyars thought him simply
anti-Hungarian. He had little political influence, but was a
significant figure in the army, where he led the group who were
determined to retain German as the sole "language of command" (to the
exclusion of Magyar). In this, he had the Emperor's support. He was
thought to have restricted himself to a military role because on
purely military occasions his wife was treated as his equal in rank.
question of Prinzip's motivation (and possible complicity of others)
ever been dispostiviely settled?
Incidentally, I also did not realize until today that the archduke's
marriage was morganatic. Who became the heir upon his assassination?
FF was excluded from the succession at the time of his marriage, in
understand: not FF but his descendance of this marriage became
excluded. (FF could were well have become the next emperor and
Apostolic king, the issue of a second marriage could have been the
successors of the [Emperor] Franz [IInd]).- Hide quoted text -
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Not sure I follow you, but if FF had married a second time within the
Habsburg rules, surely sons of that marriage would pre-empt the claim
of the Blessed Karl?
find things out yourself. With your but and the rules of the House of
Austria ex stirpe Lorraine (not Habsburg) you seem to be somehow
right. Charles would not have followed directly or indirectly Francis
Joseph. Perhaps you should rather use cowboy-talk and not (præ)emptio.
Perhaps deformed even by good English speakers. By a dictionary and
look up the original meaning of a word.
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