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Hungarian Hussar

Hungarian Hussar

Young hungarian light-horseman Traditional hungarian uniform from the middle of the 19th century

Young hungarian light-horseman Traditional hungarian uniform from the middle of the 19th century

Empire of Austria-Hungary, shield of the official great seal of the Kingdom of Hungary, 9 feb. 1874-1891.

Empire of Austria-Hungary, shield of the official great seal of the Kingdom of Hungary, 9 feb. 1874-1891.

Portrait by unknown artist of Emperor Franz Joseph I (18 Aug 1830-21 Nov 1916) Austria dressed as a Hungarian Hussar. Husband of Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” (Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie) (24 Dec 1837-10 Sep 1898) Bavaria.

Portrait by unknown artist of Emperor Franz Joseph I (18 Aug 1830-21 Nov 1916) Austria dressed as a Hungarian Hussar. Husband of Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” (Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie) (24 Dec 1837-10 Sep 1898) Bavaria.

Karl, Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary  Born: 17 August 1887, Ybbs  Son of: Otto, and Maria Josepha of Saxony  Married: Zita of Parma (1892-1989)  Children: Otto, Adelheid, Robert, Felix, Karl Ludwig, Rudolf, Charlotte, Elizabeth  Forced to abdicate: 1918  Died of pneumonia – respiratory failure: 1 April 1922, Funchal

Karl, Emperor of Austria, King of Hungary Born: 17 August 1887, Ybbs Son of: Otto, and Maria Josepha of Saxony Married: Zita of Parma (1892-1989) Children: Otto, Adelheid, Robert, Felix, Karl Ludwig, Rudolf, Charlotte, Elizabeth Forced to abdicate: 1918 Died of pneumonia – respiratory failure: 1 April 1922, Funchal

I. Károly (Károly Róbert), Anjou-házi magyar király (uralkodása: 1308–1342 Leányágon V. István dédunokája, az Anjou-ház magyarországi ágának megalapítója)

I. Károly (Károly Róbert), Anjou-házi magyar király (uralkodása: 1308–1342 Leányágon V. István dédunokája, az Anjou-ház magyarországi ágának megalapítója)

Károly Róbert aranyforintja

Károly Róbert aranyforintja

Probably the most prestigious and eagerly sought military decoration that the Austro-Hungarian monarchy could bestow was the military order of Maria Theresia. The order was founded on the 22nd June 1757 by the Empress Maria Theresa to reward especially meritorious and valorous acts by commissioned officers. The order could be awarded in three grades: The grand cross, the commanders' cross and lastly the knights' cross.

Probably the most prestigious and eagerly sought military decoration that the Austro-Hungarian monarchy could bestow was the military order of Maria Theresia. The order was founded on the 22nd June 1757 by the Empress Maria Theresa to reward especially meritorious and valorous acts by commissioned officers. The order could be awarded in three grades: The grand cross, the commanders' cross and lastly the knights' cross.


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