Oldalamon a tarsolyok és tarsolylemezek történetével, az eddig fellelt ősi tarsolylemezekkel és az általam készített tarsolyokkal ismerkedhetsz meg.
The Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867 (German: Ausgleich, Hungarian: Kiegyezés) established the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary. The Compromise re-established the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Hungary, separate from and no longer subject to the Austrian Empire. Under the Compromise, the lands of the House of Habsburg were reorganized as a real union between the Austrian Empire and the Kingdom of Hungary.
Maps of Vast Empires That No Longer Exist
Every imperial project, no matter how great, eventually meets its downfall. In fact, you may be reading this in a country that was once part of a now-vanished international superpower. Here are maps that reveal the rise and fall of the world's most ambitious empires.
WINGS PALETTE - Aviatik-Berg D.I/D.II/Dr.I - Austria-Hungary
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Franz Joseph I. After the Austro-Prussian War, Austria-Hungary turned its attention to the Balkans, which was a hotspot of international tension due to conflicting interests with the Russian Empire. The Bosnian crisis was a result of Franz Joseph's annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1908, which had been occupied by his troops since the Congress of Berlin (1878).
Loin des balles
Two absolutely adorable and patriotric czech postcards which advert to fall of Austria-Hungary empire after WW1. As you may know, it was the creation of Czechoslovakia, led by T.G.Masaryk. The...
Princess Sophie of Hohenberg - Wikipedia
Princess Sophie von Hohenberg, only daughter of Franz Ferdinand and his (morganatic) wife Sophie Duchess of Hohenberg. Sophie and her brothers were taken in by their father's friend Prince Jaroslave von Thun und Hohenstein. They lost their Czech properties in 1918, and in 1938 were arrested and confined to Dachau for 7 years. Two of Sophie's sons by Count Friedrich vonNostitz-Rieneck died in WWII in Russia, one on the Eastern Front, the other in a POW camp. She died at 89 in 1990.
On June 28th in 1914, Archduke of Austria and heir to the throne Franz Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated in Sarajevo. He was killed by Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip. Austria-Hungary, in retaliation, declared war on Serbia. This led to the Central Powers (including Germany) joining on Austria’s side, and the Allied powers like Britain and France joining on Serbia’s side.