Seven Weeks War
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  • Seven Weeks' War — or Austro Prussian War (June–August 1866) Conflict between Prussia on one side and Austria, Bavaria, Saxony, Hanover, and minor German states on the other. A contrived dispute by Prussia s Otto von Bismarck over the Schleswig Holstein Question… …   Universalium

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  • Seven Weeks’ War — (1866)    Provoked by Prussian Minister of State Otto von Bismarck, the conflict was designed to end the influence of the Habsburg monarchy in the German Confederation. It was, indeed, a humiliating defeat for Emperor Franz Joseph. Heat, fog, and …   Historical dictionary of Austria

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