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  2. ..., and Protestants killed and expelled from Styria , Austria , and part of Germany. Hapsburg eventually created numerous...

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  3. ..., Upper Austria and Lower Austria were re-named "Oberdonau... split between Lower Danube and Styria , the Tyrol and Vorarlberg were...

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  4. ... began his career with the inheritance of the Habsburgs, Austria , Styria , part of Alsace and other districts; he married -- the lady...

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  5. ... that Jews were not even permitted in that section of Austria ( Styria ) until the 1860s. Ultimately, the answer to the question, in both of its...

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  6. ... much of Carinthia and Styria ) to Napoleon's Illyrian... title "Empror of Austria " lasted from 1804 to 1918. After...

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  7. ... and Lodomeria; Archduke of Austria ; Duke of Lorraine, Salzburg, Würzburg, Franconia, Styria , Carinthia, and Carniola; Grand...

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  8. ... Archduke Ferdinand of Styria , a Catholic who was soon to become ... power, thought this would make Austria too strong and therefore a threat to France, which...

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  9. ... of pre-1938 Germany proper, Austria , Bohemia, Moravia, Alsace...-Malmedy, Memel, Lower Styria , Upper Carniola, Southern...

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  10. ... Archduke Ferdinand of Styria , a Catholic who was soon to become ... power, thought this would make Austria too strong and therefore a threat to France, which...

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