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  1. Austrians - Wikipedia

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    Austrians (German: Österreicher) are a Germanic nation and ethnic group, native to modern Austria and South Tyrol who share a common Austrian culture, Austrian descent, and Austrian history. The English term Austrians was applied to the population of Habsburg Austria from the 17th or 18th century.

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      The English word Austrian is a derivative of the proper name...

    • History

      The territory of what is today Austria in the Roman era was...

    • Language

      Austrians have historically spoken the German language. The...

    • Naturalization

      Like most of Central Europe, Austria has had high levels of...

    • Culture

      Austrian culture has largely been influenced by its...

  2. List of Austrians - Wikipedia

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    Wolfgang Ambros, pop musician; Louie Austen (born 1946), composer and musician; Ernst Bachrich (1892 or 1893-1942), composer and conductor; Caroline Bayer (1758-1803), 18th-century violinist and composer

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  4. Austria (German: Österreich; officially called Republic of Austria), is a country in Central Europe. Around Austria there are the countries of Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. Currently, the chancellor is Sebastian Kurz. The previous chancellor was Brigitte Bierlein (2019).

  5. Austria - Wikipedia

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    Though Austrians made up only 8% of the population of the Third Reich, some of the most prominent Nazis were native Austrians, including Adolf Hitler, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Franz Stangl, and Odilo Globocnik, as were over 13% of the SS and 40% of the staff at the Nazi extermination camps.

  6. Austrian Americans - Wikipedia

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    Austrian Americans (German: Österreichamerikaner, pronounced [ˈøːstɐʁaɪ̯çʔameʁiˌkaːnɐ]) are Americans of Austrian descent, chiefly German-speaking Catholics and Jews. According to the 2000 U.S. census, there were 735,128 Americans of full or partial Austrian descent, accounting for 0.3% of the population.

  7. Austrian nationalism - Wikipedia

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    Proponents who recognize Austrians as a nation claim that Austrians have Celtic heritage, as Austria is the location of the first characteristically Celtic culture (Halstatt culture) to exist. Contemporary Austrians express pride in having Celtic heritage and Austria possesses one of the largest collections of Celtic artifacts in Europe.

  8. Austrians Abroad - Wikipedia

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    World Federation of Austrians Abroad Austrians Abroad (German: Auslandsösterreicher) are Austrian citizens, migrants and expatriates alike, who reside outside the Republic of Austria.

  9. Austrian School - Wikipedia

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    For Austrians, the only prudent strategy for government is to leave money and the financial system to the free market's competitive forces to eradicate the business cycle's inflationary booms and recessionary busts, allowing markets to keep people's saving and investment decisions in place for well-coordinated economic stability and growth.

  10. Bosnian Austrians - Wikipedia

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    Bosnian Austrians are citizens of Austria whose ancestry can be traced to Bosnia and Herzegovina.The vast majority of Bosnians emigrated to Austria during and after the Bosnian War of the 1990s, though a large number emigrated as early as the 19th century.

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