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Notice to Michael Obana: This shit took a long time to type out so you better savor all the information you find in here and you better repay me. THE RECOVERY AND GROWTH OF HAPSBURG POWER, 1648-1740 The Austria which appeared in 1700 was indeed a new creation The Austrian Hapsburgs ahd long enjoyed an eminent role in European affairs. -Holy roman Empire -relation to Spanish Hapsburgs Austria then emerged from the husk of the HRE to build an Empire of its own Austrian dominions Austria Bohemia H
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Table of Contents
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Niccolo Machiavelli 1469 - 1527 were Florentinecontemporaries who work
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