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  1. Charles I of Hungary - Wikipedia

    Charles Martel was the firstborn son of Charles II of Naples and Charles II's wife, Mary, who was a daughter of Stephen V of Hungary. [4] [5] After the death of her brother, Ladislaus IV of Hungary , in 1290, Queen Mary announced her claim to Hungary , stating that the House of Árpád (the royal family of Hungary) had become extinct with ...

  2. Charles (I) | emperor of Austria | Britannica

    After his accession, Charles, a peace-loving man, made attempts to take Austria-Hungary out of World War I through secret overtures to the Allied powers, the most promising being through his brother-in-law, Prince Sixtus von Bourbon-Parma. All failed, largely because the emperor refused to cede any territories to Italy.

  3. Charles I of Austria - Wikipedia

    Charles was born on 17 August 1887, in the Castle of Persenbeug, in Lower Austria.His parents were Archduke Otto Franz of Austria and Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony.At the time, his great-uncle Franz Joseph reigned as Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary.

  4. First World - Who's Who - Emperor Karl I

    Emperor Karl I of Austria (1887-1922), known as Charles IV of Hungary) was Austria-Hungary's last emperor. Sponsored Links Born on 17 August 1887 in Persenbeug Castle, Austria, Karl was a grandnephew of the man he succeeded, the aging Emperor Franz Josef I .

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  6. Oct 21, 2020 · Today is the feast of the Blessed Emperor, Charles I of Austria-Hungary. The release of my new biography of the saintly monarch last month have for obvious reasons brought him to my mind in recent days. Added to this is the impending dedication of the 16th shrine in his honor in these United States, at …

  7. List of wars involving Hungary - Wikipedia

    Hungarian – Venetian war Kingdom of Hungary Republic of Venice: Hungarian defeat 1127–1129 Byzantine-Hungarian War (1127–29) Kingdom of Hungary Serbian Grand Principality Byzantine Empire: Stalemate, Peace agreement 1132 Hungarian – Polish war : Kingdom of Hungary Duchy of Austria: Kingdom of Poland: Hungarian victory 1136–1137

  8. Charles IV of Hungary's attempts to retake the throne - Wikipedia's...

    On the morning of 23 October, Hungary seemed on the brink of civil war. Charles' army was on the outskirts of Budapest, 30 kilometres (20 mi) of clear track from the suburban rail station of Kelenföld. Martial law had been declared in Budapest, while Czechoslovakia was reported to be mobilising.

  9. Stamps of Franz Joseph I (1830-1916) – Habsburg Philatelist

    Faced with filling the void created by Franz Joseph’s demise and the exigencies of the war, his successor Charles I succumbed where Franz Joseph had not. The rule of the Habsburgs was neigh. The penultimate Habsburg emperor enjoys the largest philatelic presence of any other Habsburg member.

  10. List of wars involving Czechia - Wikipedia

    Year War Allies Enemies Conclusion 1530-1552 Little War in Hungary: Kingdom of Bohemia Holy Roman Empire: Ottoman Empire: Indecisive 1546-1547 Schmalkaldic War

  11. Charles V | Biography, Reign, Abdication, & Facts | Britannica

    Sep 17, 2020 · Charles V, (born February 24, 1500, Ghent, Flanders [now in Belgium]—died September 21, 1558, San Jerónimo de Yuste, Spain), Holy Roman emperor (1519–56), king of Spain (as Charles I; 1516–56), and archduke of Austria (as Charles I; 1519–21), who inherited a Spanish and Habsburg empire extending across Europe from Spain and the ...