By Daniel L. Unowsky
This ebook examines the merchandising and reception of just like Franz Joseph (Habsburg emperor from 1848- 1916) as a logo of universal identification within the Austrian half the Habsburg Monarchy (Cisleithania). within the moment 1/2 the 19th century and the 1st a long time of the 20th century the advertising of the cult of the emperor inspired a Cisleithania-wide tradition of imperial party.
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71 In 1850, Franz Joseph participated for the ﬁrst time as emperor in the second of the traditional Habsburg expressions of dynastic piety: the Holy Thursday footwashing ceremony, part of the four-day court observance of Easter. The master of the staff and the court prelates chose twelve poor elderly men, transported them to the Hofburg, and positioned them in the ceremonial hall on a raised dais. There, before an invited audience observing the scene from tribunes, the emperor served the men a symbolic meal and archdukes cleared the dishes.
3 The present chapter focuses on the 1851 inspection tour of Galicia and the aborted 1868 Kaiserreise. The ﬁrst section offers a brief overview of Habsburg Galicia. The second section examines the 1851 efforts to bring the imperial court to this distant province and to deﬁne the roles of dynasty, local elites, and the wider population within the idealized neoabsolutist system. As the ﬁnal section of this chapter shows, in 1868, after the institution of the constitutional system, the planned imperial visit was designed to project a very different conception of the relationship between the imperial crown and the Polish aristocracy.
Franz Joseph’s ﬁrst Corpus Christi procession after his accession to the throne was more than a mere return to traditional forms. indd 27 8/2/2005 1:20:39 PM 28 ◆ CHAPTER 1 much of Austria’s Catholic hierarchy increased the importance of the 1849 procession. In March, the interior ministry had sent invitations to all the bishops of Austria, the “sole legitimate representatives of Catholic interests,” to congregate in Vienna in April. 67 Church leaders attempted to persuade the government that a Catholic Church independent of the state could more effectively use its position to educate the public in religious values and state loyalty.
The Pomp and Politics of Patriotism: Imperial Celebrations in Habsburg Austria, 1848-1916 (Central European Studies) by Daniel L. Unowsky