Cei care uită trecutul sunt condamnaţi să îl repete (George Santayana, 1863-1952)
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CENTER-PERIPHERY RELATION REFLECTED IN THE CONNECTIONS
BETWEEN AUSTRIAN CENTRAL INSTITUTIONS
AND THOSE FROM THE LOMBARDO-VENETIAN KINGDOM 1850-1866

Horaţiu BODALE

Abstract:
The defeat of the Milanese and Venetian revolutions from 1848 by the Austrian troops led by fieldmarshal Radetzky is followed by a period of severe military system in which all civil rights were suspended and the martial law was proclaimed on all territory of the Lombardo-Venetian Kingdom. The civil institutions could not exercise their authority, all assignments being taken by the army. Starting 1854 the Viennese Court considered the revolutionary consequences and repercussions had ended, therefore through a series of laws and the establishment of some new institutions on provincial level it tried to return to a type of civil administration based on an operational system formed of Italians, the army involvement in the daily life being less and less wanted. In the years to come these institutions attempted to obtain from the Viennese central administration a bigger autonomy and also to integrate in the massive imperial bureaucratic system.
Keywords:
Center, Periphery, Austrian, Institutions, Lombardy