About HABSBURG

Add a Comment   Welcome to HABSBURG, H-Net’s network on the Habsburg Monarchy and its successor states This welcome message is designed to provide you with basic information about this network. It has six parts: 
I. HABSBURG's Scope and Purpose; Bene ...

Editors HABSBURG

Add a Comment Charles Ingrao created HABSBURG in the fall of 1991 as the first internet list dedicated to history. In April, 1994, he began his partnership with James Niessen, and they brought HABSBURG into H-Net shortly thereafter. In mid-1998 list opera ...

Advisory Board HABSBURG

Add a Comment Franz Adlgasser, Austrian Academy of Science Jim Brown, Elon University, Department of History and Geography Hugo Lane, York College, Cuny Marco Bellabarba, Istituto Storico Italo-Germanico Melissa Bokovoy, University of New Mexico Karsten B ...

Subscribing to Habsburg

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Archive of HABSBURG

Add a Comment The archive of HABSBURG, known as its "logs", contains all posts up till March 31, 2014. On April 1, 2014  Habsburg moved to the H-Net Commons! All newer content can be searched by the search field, or by categories Content publish ...

Submitting posts HABSBURG

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Categories & Tags HABSBURG

Add a Comment " Categories and Tags are used to  classify content  so that it can be located and used again.  Imagine a filing cabinet: the labels on the drawers could be considered Categories, with each folder in that drawer being a Tag.  However, u ...