Venice and Venetia Under the Habsburgs 1815-1835

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Having outlined the origins of Austrian control of Venetia in terms of radical political and territorial changes experienced during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic period, this work examines the mechanisms of Austrian rule. Early chapters focus on the uncomfortable tensions that existed between the temptation to retain a modernised machinery of state inherited from Napoleon's Kingdom of Italy, and the desire to look to models existing in the rest of the Habsburg Monarchy with the aim of creating greater ...

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Overview

Having outlined the origins of Austrian control of Venetia in terms of radical political and territorial changes experienced during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic period, this work examines the mechanisms of Austrian rule. Early chapters focus on the uncomfortable tensions that existed between the temptation to retain a modernised machinery of state inherited from Napoleon's Kingdom of Italy, and the desire to look to models existing in the rest of the Habsburg Monarchy with the aim of creating greater uniformity with the rest of the multinational empire. Various aspects of the Habsburg system are examined to assess the burden of Austrian control in the form of taxation and conscription, and the way in which education, policing, the Church and censorship were used in sometimes surprising ways to attach the Venetian population to their Habsburg masters. Finally, the book addresses the question of what went wrong between the death of Francis I in 1835 and the Venetian insurrection of 1848-9 to alienate the population so radically.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780198205746
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication date: 10/24/2002
  • Pages: 266
  • Product dimensions: 9.30 (w) x 6.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
The Origins of Austrian Rule
1. The Collapse of the Venetian Republic and the Experience of Foreign Domination
2. The Napoleonic Leegacy and the Imposition of Habsburg Rule: 1813-1818
The Nature of Austrian Rule
3. Venice and the Habsburg Imperial Policy
4. The Venetian Milch Cow
5. Conscription
Keeping Order
6. Making Good Subjects
7. Censorship
8. The Forces of Law and Order
Conclusion

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