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ចក្រភពអូទ្រីស The old Habsburg possessions of Further Austria (in today's France, Germany and Switzerland) were already lost in the 1805 Peace of Pressburg.
ចក្រភពអូទ្រីស The Austrian Empire was founded by the Habsburg monarch Holy Roman Emperor Francis II (who became Emperor Francis I of Austria), as a state comprising his personal lands within and outside of the Holy Roman Empire.
ចក្រភពអូទ្រីស From 1527 (the creation of the monarchic personal union) to 1851 the Kingdom of Hungary maintained its own customs borders which separated her from the other parts of the Habsburg-ruled territories.
ចក្រភពអូទ្រីស Although the office of Holy Roman Emperor was elective, the House of Habsburg had held the title since 1440 (with one brief interruption) and Austria was the core of their territories.
អាឌុលអ៊ីត្លែរ Like many Austrian Germans, Hitler began to develop German nationalist ideas from a young age. He expressed loyalty only to Germany, despising the declining Habsburg Monarchy and its rule over an ethnically variegated empire. Hitler and his friends used the German greeting "Heil", and sang the "Deutschlandlied" instead of the Austrian Imperial anthem.
ចក្រភពអូទ្រីស Klemens von Metternich became Foreign Minister in 1809. He also held the post of Chancellor of State from 1821 until 1848, under both Francis I and his son Ferdinand I. The period of 1815-1848 is also referred to as “the Age of Metternich”. During this period, Metternich controlled the Habsburg Monarchy’s foreign policy. He also had major influence in European politics. He was known for his strong conservative views and approach in politics. Metternich’s policies were strongly against revolutionary and liberalism. His opinion for liberalism is that it is a form of legalized revolution. Metternich believed that absolute monarchy is the only proper system of government. This notion influenced his anti-revolutionary policy to ensure the perseveration of the Habsburg monarchy in Europe. Metternich was a practitioner of balance-of-power diplomacy. His foreign policy aimed to maintain international political equilibrium to preserve the Habsburg’s power and influence in international affairs. Following the Napoleonic Wars, Metternich was the chief architect of the Congress of Vienna in 1815. The Austrian Empire was the main beneficiary from the Congress of Vienna and they established an alliance with Britain, Prussia, and Russia forming the Quadruple Alliance. The Austria Empire also gained new territories from the Congress of Vienna and its influence expanded to the north through the German Confederation and into Italy. Due to the Congress of Vienna in 1815, Austria was the leading member of the German Confederation. Following the Congress of Veinna, the major European powers agreed to meet and discuss resolutions if future disputes or revolutions occur. Because of Metternich’s main role in the architectures of the Congress of Vienna, these meetings are also referred to as the “Metternich congress’’ or “Metternich system”. During Metternich’s reign as the Austrian foreign minister, other congresses would meet to resolve European foreign affairs. Some These meetings include the Congress of Aix-la-Chapelle (1818), the Congress of Carlsbad (1819), the Congress of Troppau (1820), the Congress of Laibach (1821), and the Congress of Verona (1822). The Metternich congresses aimed to maintain the political equilibrium among the European powers and prevent revolutionary efforts. These meetings also aimed to resolve foreign issues and disputes without resorting to violence. By utilizing these meetings and allying the Austrian Empire with other European powers whose monarchs had a similar interest of preserving conservative political direction, Metternich was able to establish The Austrian Empire’s influence on European’s politic. Also, because Metternich used the fear of revolutions among European powers, which he also shared, he was able to establish security and predominance of the Habsburg in Europe.
ចក្រភពអូទ្រីស The Kingdom of Hungary was only formally part of Empire of Austria. It was "regnum independens", a separate Monarchy as Article X of 1790 stipulated. According to the Constitutional law and public law, the Empire of Austria has never lawfully included the Kingdom of Hungary. After the cessation of the Holy Roman Empire (Kingdom of Hungary was not part of it) the new title of the Habsburg rulers (Emperor of Austria) did not in any sense affect the laws and the constitution of Hungary according to the Hungarian Diet and the proclamation of Francis I in a rescript, thus the country was part of the other Lands of the empire largely through the common monarch.
ចក្រភពអូទ្រីស Metternich operated very freely with regards to foreign policy under Emperor Francis I’s reign. Emperor Francis I died in 1835. This marks the decline of Metternich’s influence in the Austrian Empire. Francis I’s heir was his son Ferdinand. Ferdinand I’s suffered from intellectual disability. Ferdinand I’s accession presevered the Habsburg’s dynastic succession, however, he was not capable to rule. The leadership of the Austrian Empire was then transferred to a state council comprising of Metternich, Francis I’s brother Archduke Louis, and Count Anton Kolowrat. The liberal Revolutions of 1848 in the Austrian Empire forced Metternich's resignation. Metternich is remembered for his success in maintaining the status quo and Habsburg’s influence in international affairs. No Habsburg foreign minister following Metternich held a similar position within the empire for such a long extent of time or able to gain such a vast influence on European foreign affairs.