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The Habsburgs / An English Translation of the Pragmatic Sanction
« on: March 26, 2015, 08:55:21 AM »
Charles VI issued an edict on 19 April 1713, Pragmatic Sanction.
I'm looking for an English Translation of the Pragmatic Sanction.
Does anyone know where I can find one?

Emperor decree for Emperor of Austria 11 August 1804, an English Translation


The Habsburgs / Re: Archduke Otto (1912-2011) and his family
« on: July 16, 2011, 04:19:54 PM »
How can I put this, from your point of view yourself and others. You are looking at the parade from the outside In, and I agree It was a good sendoff as sendoffs go. To that extent.

But that was not a good sendoff, it was more of a humiliation, and the Government: Of The Republic Of Austria are to blame for that.

Just for a moment take a step back, and go look at the parade again, and you'll see what I'm taking about.

As said yourself and others are looking from an outside In prospective,
we are looking from an Inside out prospective, take In that whatever you want.

The Habsburgs / Re: Archduke Otto (1912-2011) and his family
« on: July 16, 2011, 01:21:34 PM »
Archduke Otto of Habsburg In life was an honorable man, and the mass In the Stephansdom was befitting his position, beliefs & convictions.
It was truly excellent.

As a side my family originally comes from Wien.
The parade through the streets I'm not saying much about It, disappointed Is what comes to mind very disappointing.

The Habsburgs / Re: Archduke Otto (1912-2011) and his family
« on: July 12, 2011, 12:16:20 PM »
From the day of Archduke Otto's death until the day of Interment In the Kapuzinergruft.
How many places will Archduke Otto have lay In repose?..That has to be a fair few.

The Habsburgs / Re: Archduke Otto (1912-2011) and his family
« on: July 11, 2011, 07:19:16 PM »
Found a link to

Requiem for Archduke Otto Habsburg in München

Video's are via youtube.

The Habsburgs / Re: Archduke Otto (1912-2011) and his family
« on: July 11, 2011, 06:31:41 PM »
We have just heard from a friend of Princess Schwarzenberg--apparently, Otto will be the last Habsburg to get an Imperial funeral and burial in the Kapuzinergruft in Vienna.  

I consider that a fair decision about the Kapuzinergruft.
Where did the friend of Princess Schwarzenberg, here about the Kapuzinergruft?

The Habsburgs / Re: Archduke Otto (1912-2011) and his family
« on: July 09, 2011, 08:15:29 PM »
Let me point out one thing to all the people who post anything about the House of Austria, on this forun.
Archduke Otto Habsburg was the head of King Karl IV of Hungary's branch of the House of Austria, not the Habsburg family.
They do not speak for any other branch of the House of Austria, other than their own, full stop.

The peace between France & Germany, and the foundation of the modern European Commission Is credited to President Charles de Gaulle & Chancellor‎ Konrad Adenauer...No others

Lucien, We will have a greater respect for Archduke Otto more than you'll ever relies, but that's personal
You and others have posted comments on the House of Austria, that are spurious to say the least.
But that's for another time, I'm here to celebrate a mans life, not to read your Inconsistencies

And a side note Lucien...It's not Sarko, It's Sarkozy.

The Habsburgs / Re: Archduke Otto (1912-2011) and his family
« on: July 09, 2011, 05:02:44 PM »
The French Republic posthumously bestowed HI & RH Archduke Otto with the Chevalier de Ordre National de la Legion d' Honneur,
the highest decoration of France.The decoration was to signify the work of Otto von Habsburg for a united Europe and for enhancing
the German - French relations.

The Legion d'Honneur was handed over to Archduke Karl,eldest son of the deceased at the foot of the coffin of the late Archduke
in Pöcking yesterday by the Grand Chancellor of the Ordre National de la Legion d"Honneur,French Forces General Jean Louis Georgelin.

Can you tell us Is there any photo's or video's of the handover Legion d' Honneur ceremony.
Is the any links to sites of the announcement of the Legion d' Honneur
Has the Elysee Palace said anything about Archduke Otto.

Who approved the Itinerary that you've posted “Lucien”, was It approved through the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Section IV Service and Control.
Have they post any announcements about Archduke Otto, can you post a link to It.

The Habsburgs / Re: Rumored Illegitimate Children of Sissi
« on: November 16, 2010, 06:27:09 PM »
The subject of Sissi having Illegitimate children Is pure BS.
There Is the premiss: You look but don't touch.
What do you rely think would have happened If someone would have dipped there wick In Sissi,
EMPEROR FRANZ JOSEPH would have arranged an accident for Sissi & the culprit...Full stop.

For someone who pertains to be associated with the Habsburg family, Robert Pachmann and son.
Having no Images for reference on the web In this day and age, seems a little strange to me.

There Is a common visual similarity between all branches of the Habsburg family, they have similar anatomical features, you would know one family member from the other.

If anyone knows of any Images of Robert Pachmann and son, It would be Interesting to know what they actually look like?

Is there any pictures of Robert Pachmann, or his father Carl Rudolf?

There are two sources that are responsible for the repatriation of Karl's body from Madeira to Austria, and neither spoken to each other about It or have plans to bring the body of Karl back from Madeira.

As for sainthood you either believe or you don't, that's It?

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