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Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867

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    • Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867
    • Maximiliano, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867
    • Fernando Maximiliano, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867
    • Maximilian, Archduke of Austria, 1832-1867
    • Fernando Maximiliano, Archduke of Austria, 1832-1867
    • Maximiliano, Archduke of Austria, 1832-1867
    • Maximilien, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867
    • Maximilien, Archduke of Austria, 1832-1867
    • Maximiliano, da Austria, 1832-1867
    • Ferdinando Maximiliano, de Hapsburgo, 1832-1867
    • Hapsburgo, Ferdinando Maximiliano de, 1832-1867
    • Massimiliano, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867
    • Maximiliano, de Habsburgo, 1832-1867
    • Habsburgo, Maximiliano de, 1832-1867
    • Maximilian, von Mexiko, 1832-1867
    • Mexiko, Maximilian von, 1832-1867
    • Ferdinand Maximilian, Archduke of Austria, 1832-1867
    • Ferdinand Max, Archduke of Austria, 1832-1867
    • Massimiliano, d'Asburgo, 1832-1867
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        Schönbrunn (Vienna, Austria)
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        Querétaro (Mexico)
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    • found: Maximiliano vs. Carlota, 1980:t.p. (Maximiliano) p. 108 (Maximiliano, emperador de México) p. 234 (d. 5/19/1867) p. 108 (Facsimile of signature: Fernando Maximiliano)
    • found: Encyc. Brit., c1977(Maximilian, in full Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph, b. 6/6/1832, Vienna; on 6/10/1864 the royal pair [Maximilian and Carlota] were crowned in the Cathedral of Mexico; d. 6/19/1867, near Querétaro, Mex.; Archduke of Austria and the Emperor of Mexico)
    • found: A visita de Maximiliano da Austria a Ilhéus, 1981:pref. (Ferdinando Maximiliano de Hapsburgo)
    • found: Massimiliano da Trieste al Messico, 1986:t.p. (Massimiliano)
    • found: Bahia 1860, esboços de viagem, 1982:t.p. (Maximiliano de Habsburgo)
    • found: Maximilian und Juárez, c1998:v. 1-2, t.p. (Maximilian) v. 1, folded front cover (Maximilian von Mexiko) folded back cover (Austrian Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian) p. 7 (Maximiliano; Austrian Archduke Ferdinand Max)
    • found: L'arte di Massimiliano d'Asburgo, c2013.
    • found: Britannica online, viewed July 29, 2014(Maximilian, in full Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph; born July 6, 1832, Vienna, Austria; died June 19, 1867, near Querétaro, Mexico; archduke of Austria and the emperor of Mexico, a man whose naive liberalism proved unequal to the international intrigues that had put him on the throne and to the brutal struggles within Mexico that led to his execution)
    • found: Wikipedia, July 28, 2014(Maximilian; birth name: Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph; born 6 July 1832 in Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna; died 19 June 1867, Cerro de las Campanas, Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico; the only monarch of the Second Mexican Empire. He was a younger brother of the Austrian emperor Franz Joseph I. After a distinguished career in the Austrian Navy, he entered into a scheme with Napoleon III of France to rule Mexico. France had invaded Mexico in 1861, with the implicit support and approval of other European powers, as part of the War of the French Intervention. Seeking to legitimize French rule, Napoleon III invited Maximilian to establish a new Mexican monarchy. With the support of the French army and a group of conservative Mexican monarchists, Maximilian traveled to Mexico where he declared himself Emperor of Mexico on 10 April 1864)
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