Anti-Austrian sentiment

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Anti-Austrian sentiment (also known as Austrophobia) refers to hostile sentiment toward the nation of Austria and/or its people.

References[edit]

  • Kaiser, Thomas E. (2000). "Who's Afraid of Marie-Antoinette? Diplomacy, Austrophobia and the Queen". French History. 14 (3): 241–271. doi:10.1093/fh/14.3.241.
  • Kaiser, Thomas E. (2003). "From the Austrian Committee to the Foreign Plot: Marie-Antoinette, Austrophobia, and the Terror". French Historical Studies. 26 (4): 579–617. doi:10.1215/00161071-26-4-579.
  • Reiter, Andrea (1996). "Austrophobia as It Is: Charles Sealsfield, Thomas Bernhard and the Art of Exaggeration". Austrian Studies. 7: 166–177.