Reports of the U.S. Representative in Vienna, 1877
U.S. Representative in Vienna
Includes reports on the details of Austro-Hungarian dualism, Austrian and Hungarian policy vis-a-vis the declining Ottoman Empire (Turkey) and the so-called "Eastern Question" and a variety of other issues relating to the foreign and domestic policy of Austria-Hungary.
Reports, 9 pages
Government Printing Office
Austria-Hungary; United States; Foreign Policy; Dualism; Hungary; Turkey; Ottoman Empire; Relations; Eastern Question; Romania; Russia; Count Tisza; Benjamin Kallay
Previously Published As
Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States transmitted to Congress December 2, 1878. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1878.