SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
As the younger brother of the Austrian emperor, Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian was a perfect figurehead for Napoleon III of France's efforts to create a puppet regime in Mexico. Things didn't go the way he hoped.
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by Paula Sutter Fichtner
6 leadership lessons the Habsburgs can teach us.
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