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  1. Aug 24, 2019 · Archduke Wilhelm, or Vasyl Vyshyvani as he began to name himself during his stay in Ukraine in 1918, was one of those committed conspirers for independence, and identified himself as Ukrainian. In the meantime, Charles-Stepehen and his son Charles-Albert pledged allegiance to the Polish Republic, recognized themselves as Poles, and kept on ...

  2. Dec 30, 2021 · At the time of his birth, he owned a stock that was larger than a few contemporary states. As he refused to take the oath of office under the new Austrian constitution, he finally chose Hungary: we remember Archduke Frederick of Habsburg-Teschen. Written by Ádám Paár Eighty-five years ago, on December 30, 1936, Archduke Frederick… Continue reading Habsburg, who chose...

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  4. Princip died on April 28, 1918, at the age of 23. By the time of his death, he weighed an appalling 88 pounds and had had an arm amputated due to his disease. He went to his grave refusing to believe that the war had been a direct result of his actions, allegedly stating that the war would have happened regardless of whether Ferdinand had lived or died.

  5. Maximilian I (22 March 1459 – 12 January 1519) was King of the Romans from 1486 and Holy Roman Emperor from 1508 until his death. He was never crowned by the pope, as the journey to Rome was blocked by the Venetians. He was instead proclaimed emperor elect by Pope Julius II at Trent, thus breaking the long tradition of requiring a Papal ...

  6. Oct 20, 2004 · The last words that Charles spoke were to his wife — “Ich liebe dich unendlich,” “I love you endlessly” — and to his Lord, whom he had just received as Viaticum: “Jesus, Jesus, come!” He died at 12:23P.M. on Saturday, April 1, 1922.

  7. Answer (1 of 6): The austro-hungarian empire was a compromise between the habsburg monarchy and the hungarian nobles after the revolutions of 1848 to sustain their empire.

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