Fr. 18.90

The Everyday Life of the Emperor - Francis Joseph and his Imperial Court

English · Paperback / Softback

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The Court in Vienna under Emperor Francis Joseph was not only Europe's most illustrious and refined, it was also a huge economic enterprise, serving as both home and workplace for just under 2,000 people. The author reveals multitudinous facets of Emperor Francis Joseph's court and displays them in highly entertaining fashion, the court truly comes alive again. She takes the reader through a typical day in the life of the emperor, from his early morning toilette to the evening ceremonies; she tells tales of glittering ceremonies, receptions and audiences; she provides insights into the private and the family life of the emperor.

About the author

Dr. Martina Winkelhofer-Thyri, umfangreiche Forschungs- und Publikationstätigkeit, regelmäßig Vortragende an europäischen Universitäten, Projektmitarbeiterin ÖAW sowie Lektorin an der Universität Wien. Sie konzipiert für den ORF historische Sendungen und schreibt für Österreichs größte Tageszeitung wöchentlich eine Geschichtskolumne.

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The Court in Vienna under Emperor Francis Joseph was not only Europe’s most illustrious and refined, it was also a huge economic enterprise, serving as both home and workplace for just under 2,000 people. The author reveals multitudinous facets of Emperor Francis Joseph’s court and displays them in highly entertaining fashion, the court truly comes alive again. She takes the reader through a typical day in the life of the emperor, from his early morning toilette to the evening ceremonies; she tells tales of glittering ceremonies, receptions and audiences; she provides insights into the private and the family life of the emperor.

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