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  1. The so-called Dual Monarchy, formed by the Compromise of 1867, created a king of Hungary in addition to the existing Austrian emperor; though these were the same person, Hungary was granted its own parliament and considerable autonomy. Francis Joseph held both titles from Austria-Hungary’s inception until his death in 1916.

  2. Nov 2, 2022 · Gustav Klimt was born on 14 July in 1862 in Baumgarten, the 14th district of Vienna, the capital of Austria. His parents were Anna, a musical performer, and Ernst Klimt, a gold engraver. He had six other siblings, two brothers, and four sisters, and was the second born. Klimt’s family experienced financial hardships and moved home often.

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  4. After the Austrian armies were defeated the Austria-Hungary empire collapsed. The last Hapsburg emperor, Charles I, renounced the right to participate in affairs of government, and Austria became a republic. The Allies' final series of attacks against the whole German position on the Western Front were known as the battles of the Meuse-Argonne.

  5. Born In: Baumgarten, Vienna, Austria 28 17 Artists #9 Artists & Painters #16 Quick Facts Died At Age: 55 Family: father: Ernst Klimt mother: Anna Klimt (née Finster) siblings: Ernst Klimt, Georg Klimt children: Gustav Ucicky, Gustav Zimmermann, Otto Zimmermann Born Country: Austria Quotes By Gustav Klimt Artists Height: 5'11" (180 cm ), 5'11" Males

  6. Gustav Klimt was the second out of seven children. He was born July 14, 1862, in Baumgarten near Vienna. His dad was a gold engraver who thought that his sons should be artists. Gustav and his two brothers were trained in all aspects of art, and from the beginning they all showed promising talent.

  7. The newly acquired Austrian lands were intended to serve as a geopolitical basis for a permanent linkage of the crown to the House of Habsburg. However, the continuation of this plan was thwarted by the murder of Albrecht I, the energetic and able son and successor of Rudolf as overlord of the realm. Rudolf’s grandson, Frederick the Fair, was no longer able to assert himself

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