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  1. Charles I, Emperor: 1916-18: Lord Chamberlain and Foreign Minister: Count Leopold von Berchtold: 1912-15 Baron Istvan Burian 1915-16 Count Ottokar Czernin 1916-18 Count Istvan Burian 1918 Count Andrassy Gyula 1918 Baron Ludwig Flotow 1918 Minister of War: General Alexander, Baron Krobatin 1912-17 General Rudolph Stoger-Steiner von Steinstatten ...

  2. RULERS OF HUNGARY (MAGYARORSZÁG)

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    rulers of hungary (magyarorszÁg): historical note The Magyars or Hungarians first appear to have been members of the Khazar confederacy. The ethnic composition of this people is complex and it included both Finnish (the Magyars) and Turkic (the Onogurs or Onogundurs) elements, sharing the latter with the Bulgar state.

  3. Kingdom of Naples - Wikipedia

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    Charles, however, maintained his possessions on the mainland, customarily known as the "Kingdom of Naples", after its capital city. Charles and his Angevin successors maintained a claim to Sicily, warring against the Aragonese until 1373, when Queen Joan I of Naples formally renounced the claim by the Treaty of Villeneuve .

  4. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Emperor Charles V

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    War would assuredly have broken out between Francis and Charles on the score of Navarre and Burgundy, even if Leo had not hastened the conflict; though it probably would not have attained such dimensions, nor would have lasted so long as it actually did; for Francis I was an irritable and fickle prince, not a man of strong will, and cared more ...

  5. World War I: Central Powers

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    Austria-Hungary: Emperor Franz Josef - Franz Joseph ruled the Austrian Empire for 68 years. When the heir to his throne, Archduke Ferdinand, was assassinated by a Serbian nationalist, he declared war on Serbia beginning World War I. Franz Joseph died during the war in 1916 and was succeeded by Charles I.

  6. Crisis mounts in Austria-Hungary amid hunger and discontent ...

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    Jul 28, 2019 · A great power in decline when World War I broke out in 1914, Austria-Hungary was a predominately agricultural society but was not agriculturally self-sufficient. The war had cut off the empire’s ...

  7. The Scars of World War I Battlefields a Century Later

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    A century ago today, on July 28, 1914, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, marking the beginning of World War I. A month earlier, on June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated ...

  8. Battle of Gallipoli - Who Won, WWI & Timeline - HISTORY

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    Apr 30, 2020 · (The Ottoman Empire had entered World War I on the side of the Central Powers, Germany and Austria-Hungary, by November 1914.) In response, the Allies decided to launch a naval expedition to seize ...

  9. Charles V, Duke of Lorraine - Wikipedia

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    Charles' prospects of regaining his Duchy seemed increasingly remote and when the Great Turkish War began in 1683, he was appointed Commander of the Imperial army. He was outnumbered and the Ottomans were also supported by anti-Habsburg Hungarians known as Kurucs , as well as non-Catholic minorities who opposed Leopold's anti-Protestant policies.

  10. Renaissance warfare - Wikimedia Commons

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    May 06, 2019 · Niccolò Machiavelli's Art of War in a 1573 edition. Blaise de Montesquieu-Lasseran-Massencôme, seigneur de Montluc, a prominent French general and military memorialist of the Renaissance period. The Battle of Dreux in 1562 : engraving depicting different phases of the battle, with cavalry attacking an infantry formation.