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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

.... from Germany, 298,124 came from Italy, 338,452 from the Austro-Hungarian Empire and 258,943 .... and nationalism in the sections of Poland under Austrian domination ....

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Yugoslavia

.... 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

.... 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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World War One German gULT

.... of Serbian nationalism in the multi-national Austro-Hungarian Empire. .... of power and Britain's coveted empire would be .... pre-condition wold be quick Austrian action ....

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Yugoslavia

.... The Austria-Hungarian empire reigned over Slovenia and .... Both the Ottoman and Austria-Hungarian empires imparted .... Islam and the Austrian-Hungarian reign insisted ....

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World War I

.... tensions between Austria-Hungary and people in the Balkans, the Austrian Archduke Francis .... was in line to be the next emperor of the Austria-Hungarian Empire. ....

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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 .... The Austro-Hungarian Empire was composed of a huge number of separate nationalities ....

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Causes of ww1

.... the cause of many, with various parts of the Empire snapped up .... 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

.... heir to the Austrian & Hungarian thrones, by .... The Austrian-Hungarians annexed these territories, not because .... wanted more Serbs within their empire, but because ....

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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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Adolf Hitler

.... entered the first grade, while his father retired from the Austrian service .... of the Hapsburg Monarchy and the non-Germanic races in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. ....

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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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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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World War I1

.... It said that the Austro-Hungarian Empire no longer existed .... Austria agreed to pay economic reparations to Allied nations that were victims of Austrian aggression ....

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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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The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitlet

.... and his father whom was an official customs worker for the Austrian government. When he was younger, he was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which is now ....

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world war 1

.... The Austrian Hungarian empire had a thorn in its side, and they were serbians. The Austrian-Hungarian empire did not try to stop ....

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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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What caused World War 1?

.... And one month later, the Austria-Hungarian Empire declared war on Serbia .... then also help the French and Russians fight against Germany and Austrian-Hungary once ....

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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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WWI essay

.... It was with this view that the Austrian Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated in .... Austria-Hungarian Empire gained their own countries because they were split up. ....

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Hitler- The early years

.... It was the centre of the Hapsburg or Austro-Hungarian Empire. .... Hitler was born in a small Austrian village called Braunau-am-Inn close to the German border. ....

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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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