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In their rejection of liberal, potentially revolutionary trends as dangerous to their
rule, the German princes saw eye to eye, but the Emperor of Austria and the King
of Prussia were deeply divided as regards the issue of supremacy in Germany.
Alfred, Fiirst zu Wind- ischgratz, sought to win the support of parliament by
forming a cabinet in which the clerical conservatives, the Poles, and the German
liberals were represented. They were united, however, only in opposition to
The fact that only after the Germans had taken command could the Russian front
be stabilized and that Serbia and Romania were not defeated until 1915 and
1916, respectively, did little to enhance the prestige of the Austrian government.
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