Memoirs of Alexander Spitzmüller, Freiherr Von Harmersbach (1862-1953): Former Minister of Trade and Minister of Finance in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Governor of the Austro-Hungarian Bank, Director-general of the Creditanstalt Bankverein
East European Monographs, 1987 - Počet stran: 327
The extremely interesting and important memoirs of the last surviving member of the government of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1953 and, also, a leading Austrian financeer in his later years provide much insight into the mentalities and governance of the age of emperor Franz Josef. The present edition is an annotated translation of the original German version by Carvel de Bussy.
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