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Title: House of Hapsburg and Inbreeding

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Date: March 22, 2013
Level: University
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Inbreeding as defined in The World Book Encyclopedia Dictionary is; "Breeding from closely related persons, animals or plants, so as to preserve certain characteristics." (Thorndike 993). "Inbreeding in humans may produce such hidden characteristics as weakness, albinism, or feeble-mindedness." (World Book Encyclopedia I, 78)...

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This was not however the reason why the House of Hapsburg chose to inbreed so extremely. The Hapsburgs inbred for one reason, they had to gain and then maintain the power and the land that the family had worked so hard for. Although at that time little was known about the problems of inbreeding it is obvious that they didn't give a thought to genetics...

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