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While Hapsburg is correct in English (especially American, I think), academic works seem to prefer "Habsburg", which is the original form in German.

Looking up the term on Google books, all results include the b variant.

Here's a screen-shot of what I'm writing:

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And searching "Hapsburg" on Google Books:

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That will be the result of the language settings for the spell-check in your browser, not History:SE.

I'm using Chrome right now, and I see the same as you when I edit your question:

History:SE

This is because Chrome is set to use English(UK) on this PC:

Settings

So I will see the same thing on other sites. So for example., I typed Habsburg into the search box on Internet Archive:

Internet Archive

and got the same result.

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