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Royal rebel - a Psychological Portrait of Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria-Hungary

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This is the first fully documented psycho-biography of the last Crown Prince of the Habsburg monarchy. Drawing mostly from first hand reports, Salvendy follows Crown Prince Rudolf from infancy to his suicide at the age of thirty. Exploring his childhood, adolescence, family and social relationships, his military, political, scholarly and journalistic career, his physical and emotional illnesses, along with the reasons leading to his self-destruction, the author sheds considerable new light on the personality of this unfortunate Habsburg.

University Press of America, United States, 1988. Hardback. 218 x 140 mm. Language: English. 255 pp. No DJ. Book condition: very good. Blue cloth boards. Tight square binding. Some soiling to page edges. Please note the text appears as type written rather than as usual publisher's font.

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Author(s):
John T Salvendy, M.D.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0819166758
ISBN-13:
9780819166753
Number of pages:
255
Publisher:
University Press of America

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This is the first fully documented psycho-biography of the last Crown Prince of the Habsburg monarchy. Drawing mostly from first hand reports, Salvendy follows Crown Prince Rudolf from infancy to his suicide at the age of thirty. Exploring his childhood, adolescence, family and social relationships, his military, political, scholarly and journalistic career, his physical and emotional illnesses, along with the reasons leading to his self-destruction, the author sheds considerable new light on the personality of this unfortunate Habsburg.

University Press of America, United States, 1988. Hardback. 218 x 140 mm. Language: English. 255 pp. No DJ. Book condition: very good. Blue cloth boards. Tight square binding. Some soiling to page edges. Please note the text appears as type written rather than as usual publisher's font.

Author(s):
John T Salvendy, M.D.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0819166758
ISBN-13:
9780819166753
Number of pages:
255
Publisher:
University Press of America

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