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Mozart family 02: Salzburg was in Bavaria - Mozart family are Bavarian

Salzburg belonged to Bavaria for a long time and the Mozart family are Bavarians, the father Leopold Mozart came from Augsburg, clear Bavaria, NO Austrians.

Mozart als Kind am Klavier

by Michael Palomino (2020)

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According to a remark by a well-known person to me, the town of Salzburg has belonged to Bavaria for a long time and the Mozart family are Bavarian, father Leopold Mozart came from Augsburg, clear Bavaria, NO Austrians.

This is a big surprise! Mozart family falls COMPLETELY TO BAVARIA and by this TO GERMANY! And Salzburg was even so racist-Catholic that Protestants were expelled (!). Quote from Mossad Wikipedia (German version - https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salzburg):


<Since the Battle of Mühldorf (link (German)) in 1322, the Archdiocese has been hostile to the mother country Bavaria. As a result, Salzburg became an independent prince-archdiocese in the Roman-German Empire. The economic boom of the city in the 15th century led to a self-confident bourgeoisie with increasing rights and duties. Archbishop Leonhard von Keutschach (link (German)), who was economically very successful, ended this autonomy with violence. A few years after Martin Luther's thesis script being posted [on the church's door of Wittenberg, it's only a rumor - link (German)], the majority of the city population was close to Protestantism (link (German)), until 1590 the indomitable Protestants were all expelled from the country. Unter Keutschach, criticism of the archbishop's authoritarian power continued to increase. In 1525, rebellious pages and peasants besieged the Hohensalzburg fortress, in which Archbishop Matthäus Lang of Wellenburg (link (German)) had hidden himself. Only with the help of troops bought by the Swabian Federation could the insurgents be forced to withdraw. Around 1600, the prince-archdiocese was one of the richest principalities in the Roman-German Empire thanks to salt and gold mining. At that time, Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau (link (German)) redesigned the old town center. [7] The large late Romanesque cathedral was destroyed and rebuilt by Markus Sittikus (link (German)) in the early Baroque style. [8]

Through a clever neutrality policy, Mr. Paris von Lodron (link (German)) managed to keep Salzburg out of the Thirty Years' War (1618–1648) (link (Engl)). The city was developed into one of the best fortified cities in Europe. (See also post on fortifications of the city of Salzburg (link (German)).

Salzburg soon became a center of the Counter-Reformation, in which [Jesus fantasy] monasteries, a [Jesus fantasy] seminary and numerous baroque [Jesus fantasy] churches were built, a large part of the residents were united in lay [Jesus fantasy] fraternities. [10] In the years between 1675 and 1690 the magic boy trials took place (link (German)) in Salzburg, as a result of which over 150 people were executed for alleged witchcraft (link (English)). The majority of them were children and adolescents. [11][12]

In 1732, under Archbishop Leopold Anton von Firmian, the majority of the Protestants remaining in the country were forced to emigrate ("Salzburg exulants") (link (German)).

Under Archbishop Hieronymus Franz Josef Colloredo von Wallsee and Mels (link (German)), Salzburg became a focal point of the late Enlightenment in the years 1772 to 1800, in which science and the arts flourished.[13]

[This is the time of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in BAVARIAN Salzburg].

Part of Austria

In 1803, by order of Napoleon, Salzburg became a secular electorate, in 1805, Salzburg was joint with the Austrian Empire, as also Berchtesgaden was. In 1810 Salzburg was joint with the Kingdom of Bavaria again.[14] In 1800, 1805 and again in 1809, Salzburg was occupied and looted by Napoleonic troops.

In 1816 the state of Salzburg fell again to the Austrian Empire> and remained there - only from 1816 when Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had died in 1791 since 25 years already - as a BAVARIAN.

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