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Kaiserliche und Königliche , "Imperial and Royal" does not refer to that dual monarchy but originated in , when the "royal" part referred to the Apostolic Kingdom of Hungary.
The Napoleonic Wars dominated Austrian foreign policy from to The Austrian army was one of the most formidable forces the French had to face.
After Prussia signed a peace treaty with France on 5 April , Austria was forced to carry the main burden of war with Napoleonic France for almost ten years.
This severely overburdened the Austrian economy, making the war greatly unpopular. Emperor Francis II therefore refused to join any further war against Napoleon for a long time.
On the other hand, Francis II continued to intrigue for the possibility of revenge against France, entering into a secret military agreement with the Russian Empire in November This convention was to assure mutual cooperation in the case of a new war against France.
Austrian unwillingness to join the Third Coalition was overcome by British subsidies, but the Austrians withdrew from the war yet again after a decisive defeat at the Battle of Austerlitz.
Although the Austrian budget suffered from wartime expenditures and its international position was significantly undermined, the humiliating Treaty of Pressburg provided plenty of time to strengthen the army and economy.
Moreover, the ambitious Archduke Charles and Johann Philipp von Stadion never abandoned the goal of further war with France.
Endowed with the enlarged powers, he reformed the Austrian Army to preparedness for another war. Johann Philipp von Stadion, the foreign minister, personally hated Napoleon due to an experience of confiscation of his possessions in France by Napoleon.
Klemens Wenzel von Metternich , located in Paris, called for careful advance in the case of the war against France.
On 9 April , an Austrian force of , men attacked Bavaria. Despite military defeats—especially the Battles of Marengo , Ulm , Austerlitz and Wagram —and consequently lost territory throughout the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars the Treaties of Campo Formio in , Luneville in , Pressburg in , and Schönbrunn in , Austria played a decisive part in the overthrow of Napoleon in the campaigns of — It participated in a second invasion of France in , and put an end to Murat's regime in south Italy.
The latter period of Napoleonic Wars featured Metternich exerting a large degree of influence over foreign policy in the Austrian Empire, a matter nominally decided by the Emperor.
Metternich initially supported an alliance with France, arranging the marriage between Napoleon and Francis II's daughter, Marie-Louise; however, by the campaign, he had realised the inevitability of Napoleon's downfall and took Austria to war against France.
Metternich's influence at the Congress of Vienna was remarkable, and he became not only the premier statesman in Europe but the virtual ruler of the Empire until —the Year of Revolutions —and the rise of liberalism equated to his political downfall.
The result was that the Austrian Empire was seen as one of the great powers after , but also as a reactionary force and an obstacle to national aspirations in Italy and Germany.
During this time, Metternich was able to maintain an elaborate balance between Prussia, the lesser German states, and Austria in the German Confederation.
Thanks to his efforts, Austria was seen as the senior partner with Prussia keeping watch over Germany as a whole.
Further, Metternich opposed the weakening of France in the years after Napoleon, and viewed the new monarchy in Paris as an effective tool in keeping Russia at bay.
From to , Metternich steered Austria Imperial foreign policy, and indeed the mood of Europe, and managed to keep peace on the continent despite the growing liberal and radical movements inside most major powers.
His resignation in , forced by moderates in the court, and revolutionaries in the streets, may have caused the spread of the revolutions throughout the monarchy.
It is stipulated that Metternich's departure emboldened liberal factions in Austria and Hungary, but this cannot be confirmed for certain.
Crown lands of the Austrian Empire after the Congress of Vienna , including the local government reorganizations from the Revolutions of to the October Diploma :.
From Kingdom of Croatia , Kingdom of Slavonia and Military Frontier constitute a single land with disaggregated provincial and military administration, and representation.
German was the primary language of higher education in the empire. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Central European multinational great power from to This article is about the Habsburg realm between and For the Habsburg realms more generally, see Habsburg Monarchy.
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