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Dona Leopoldina: The Habsburg Empress of Brazil (STUDIES IN AUSTRIAN LITERATURE, CULTURE, AND THOUGHT TRANSLATION SERIES) epub ebook

by Lowell A. Bangerter,Gloria Kaiser

Dona Leopoldina: The Habsburg Empress of Brazil (STUDIES IN AUSTRIAN LITERATURE, CULTURE, AND THOUGHT TRANSLATION SERIES) epub ebook

Author: Lowell A. Bangerter,Gloria Kaiser
Category: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Ariadne Pr (January 1, 1998)
Pages: 379 pages
ISBN: 1572410221
ISBN13: 978-1572410220
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Author: Gloria Kaiser Title: Dona Leopoldina: The Habsburg Empress of Brazil (STUDIES IN AUSTRIAN LITERATURE, CULTURE, AND THOUGHT TRANSLATION SERIES) ISBN10: 1572410221 ISBN13: 978-1572410220 Format:. No index or bibliography

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Dona Maria Leopoldina of Austria (22 January 1797 – 11 December 1826) was an archduchess of Austria, Empress consort of Brazil and Queen consort of Portugal. She was born Caroline Josepha Leopoldine Franziska Ferdinanda of Habsburg-Lorraine in Vienna, Austria, the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Francis II, and his second wife, Maria Teresa of Naples and Sicily. Among her many siblings were Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria and Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma, the wife of Napoleon Bonaparte.

Maria Leopoldina became Brazil's first empress consort Maria Leopoldina thus became both Empress consort of Brazil and Queen consort of Portugal

Maria Leopoldina became Brazil's first empress consort. She also played an important role in the process of issuing a Declaration of Independence. On 2 September 1822, a new decree with demands from Lisbon arrived in Rio de Janeiro, while Prince Pedro was in São Paulo. Leopoldina, advised by José Bonifácio, and using her power as Princess Regent, met on 2 September 1822 with the Council of Ministers. Maria Leopoldina thus became both Empress consort of Brazil and Queen consort of Portugal. However, two months later, Pedro was forced to give up the Portuguese throne to their seven-year-old daughter Maria.

A highly speculative, half-narrative, half-novel, account of Leopoldine's (1797-1826) ten years as consort of the Brazilian Emperor Pedro I. Austrian novelist Kaiser has augmented evidence from what documents are available with historical material revealing the period and folk tales that remain in the Empress' wake. First published in German as Dona Leopoldina; Die Habsburgerin auf Brasiliens Thron by Verlag Styria in 1994. No index or bibliography. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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