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WW1

.... countries. The first alliance was the triple alliance. This alliance consisted of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, Germany and Italy. The ....

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Immigrants Experience from 1847

.... culture and nationalism in the sections of Poland under Austrian domination. .... country, others fled from harsh governments in the Austro-Hungarian Russian and ....

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Yugoslavia

.... was regarded with great mistrust by Pasic who remained intent upon the simple expansion of Serbia via territorial gains from a beaten Austrian-Hungarian empire ....

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To what extent was Austria guilty of causing world war one

.... Austria-Hungary had been established by a compromise between the Hungarian nobility and the Habsburg monarchy in an attempt to maintain the old Austrian Empire ....

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Khrushchev and the 1956 hungar

.... air defense guns, and numerous other weapons were redeployed at short notice to Budapest and other major cities as well as along the Austrian-Hungarian border. ....

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Franz Joseph Haydn

.... While performing before the Austrian court, Hayden, then a teenager, was noticed by .... Haydn entered the service of the Esterhazys, a very wealthy Hungarian family ....

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Yugoslavia

.... religion. The Ottomans imparted Islam and the Austrian-Hungarian reign insisted on Roman Catholicism instead of Eastern Orthodoxy. These ....

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The Austrian Economy

The Austrian Economy. Historical Background At one time, Austria was at the helm of the powerful Austo-Hungarian empire. However, after ....

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Three Factors Leading to World War I

.... This disgruntled the Austrian Emperor to such an extent that when the assassination in .... The Austro-Hungarian Empire was composed of a huge number of separate ....

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Causes of ww1

.... Austria and Hungary, when the majority of Slavs agitated for either independence, or a greater role in government, while the Austrian and Hungarian elites held ....

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European Powers

.... By July the Austrian- Hungarian Empire had declared was on Serbia, and due to Russiaa"???¬""s need to have power, over too much, the tension arose in Russia ....

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WW1 DBQ Essay

.... in the Balkans primarily sparked the course of military action with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austrian & Hungarian thrones, by ....

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The A -H Empire created more problems than it solved?

.... The break up of the Austrian Hungarian Empire caused political problems. Democracy had never existed on the new countries that were ....

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Russia

.... 1914. The Austrian-Hungarian Empire was furious and wanted to attack Serbia but they knew that they were allied with. With that ....

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Germany: WW1 responsible?

.... a Serb nationalist in the Bosnian town of Sarajevo murdered the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand. The Austrian government, eager ....

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Tsar Nicholas

.... In June, 1914, the heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire was assassinated. The Austrian government used this to their advantage by claming Serbian ....

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causes of world war 1

.... As Austrian-Hungarian government soon found out, that the revolutionary group, dedicated to uniting all Serbians in a single state, was secretly supported by ....

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French Revolution and Nepoleon

.... Austrians. After the war with Prussia and Italy the Austrian-Hungarian Empire splits to recognize the Hungarian independence. The ....

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European Government in the 19th century

.... On June 28, 1914, Serbian revolutionaries assassinated Archduke Francis Ferdinand, the heir to the Austrian and Hungarian thrones, and his wife, Sophie. ....

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European Government in the 19th century1

.... On June 28, 1914, Serbian revolutionaries assassinated Archduke Francis Ferdinand, the heir to the Austrian and Hungarian thrones, and his wife, Sophie. ....

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Causes of World One

.... if aided by other countries, to cause a disruption in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. .... most of which had to do with the suppression of anti-Austrian propaganda in ....

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world war 1

.... The Austrian Hungarian empire had a thorn in its side, and they were serbians. .... The Austrian Hungarian army did not fair so well against the Russian army. ....

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Was Nazism an Ideology?

.... themselves into the military positions that they once held and take advantage of the independent states that once belonged to the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. ....

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World War 2

.... day, Schuschnigg had been bullied into signing an agreement to bring Austrian Nazis into .... When the Austro-Hungarian Empire was broken up at the end of World War ....

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Causes of WWI

.... and Russia"tms willingness to support their Slavic brothers was not liked by the Pangermanism of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Such a hatred of Austrian rule in ....

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Bismarcks Role in german unification

.... in 1883, and the Triple Alliance he failed consistently to achieve an Austrian guarantee to .... they merely served to suppress Russian and Austro-Hungarian concerns ....

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Germany's Surrender

.... Because the Austrian-Hungarian Empire was reduced to Czechoslovakia, and individual Austria and Hungary, each country was weak and had political unrest (World ....

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Ludwig Von Mises

.... Von Mises Ludwig Von Mises was born in 1881 in Austro- Hungarian city of .... he studied economic greats Carl Menger, who is the founder of the Austrian school and ....

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Croatia

.... Croatia became a part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes against the will of its people after the crumbling of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. ....

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Balkan Nationalism as WWI cause

.... rest. In South-East Europe nationalism was crumbling the Ottoman Empire and threatening the Austrian-Hungarian Empire. A Balkan ....

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