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This detailed study charts the uneven growth of the Austrian navy from its high point following Archduke Ferdinand Max's administration and the War of 1866 to its ultimate dissolution after World War 1. In following this development, Lawrence Sondhaus not only relates the operational aspects of the Habsburg navy but also traces the growth of popular navalism in Austria-Hun This detailed study charts the uneven growth of the Austrian navy from its high point following Archduke Ferdinand Max's administration and the War of 1866 to its ultimate dissolution after World War 1. In following this development, Lawrence Sondhaus not only relates the operational aspects of the Habsburg navy but also traces the growth of popular navalism in Austria-Hungary, the role of naval expansion in stimulating industrial development, and the peculiar difficulties of navy commanders in dealing with the Habsburg nationality problem and the cumbersome politics of Austro-Hungarian dualism.


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This detailed study charts the uneven growth of the Austrian navy from its high point following Archduke Ferdinand Max's administration and the War of 1866 to its ultimate dissolution after World War 1. In following this development, Lawrence Sondhaus not only relates the operational aspects of the Habsburg navy but also traces the growth of popular navalism in Austria-Hun This detailed study charts the uneven growth of the Austrian navy from its high point following Archduke Ferdinand Max's administration and the War of 1866 to its ultimate dissolution after World War 1. In following this development, Lawrence Sondhaus not only relates the operational aspects of the Habsburg navy but also traces the growth of popular navalism in Austria-Hungary, the role of naval expansion in stimulating industrial development, and the peculiar difficulties of navy commanders in dealing with the Habsburg nationality problem and the cumbersome politics of Austro-Hungarian dualism.

16 review for The Naval Policy of Austria-Hungary, 1867-1918: Navalism, Industrial and Development, and the Politics of Dualism

  1. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Sondhaus is the rock-star of Austro-Hungarian history in the English language. After finding references to the book via Google search I picked up a copy on Amazon. Not my usual read but it filled in a lot of detail about my great-grandfather's experience as a young man in the AH Navy. Sondhaus research is thorough and he adds life and nuance to the Admirals and clear context to this interesting time and place. Sondhaus is the rock-star of Austro-Hungarian history in the English language. After finding references to the book via Google search I picked up a copy on Amazon. Not my usual read but it filled in a lot of detail about my great-grandfather's experience as a young man in the AH Navy. Sondhaus research is thorough and he adds life and nuance to the Admirals and clear context to this interesting time and place.

  2. 4 out of 5

    DoctorM

    Solid account of the evolution of the Habsburg fleet from the Ausgleich until the collapse of the Monarchy. Sondhaus is the leading English-language specialist on the Monarchy's navy and this is a very well-researched and straightforward account of an unjustly forgotten navy. Solid account of the evolution of the Habsburg fleet from the Ausgleich until the collapse of the Monarchy. Sondhaus is the leading English-language specialist on the Monarchy's navy and this is a very well-researched and straightforward account of an unjustly forgotten navy.

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