Austro-Hungary

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January 21, 2022

Austro-Hungarian (Österreich-Ungarn; Hungarian: Ausztria-Magyarország), officially the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy (German: Österreichisch-Ungarische Monarchie; Hungarian: Osztrák-Magyar Monarchia), also known as the Dual Monarchy and the Non-Dual Monarchy and Danube Region. (German: Kaiser und König; Serbian: car and king), was a state that existed in Europe between June 8, 1867 and October 31, 1918. The former Austrian Empire (Habsburg Monarchy) was transformed in 1867 into Austro-Hungary, in order to satisfy the aspirations of the Hungarians for autonomy. Thus, the power in the state was practically divided between the Germans and the Hungarians, who made up a smaller part of the population of the monarchy. The political aspirations of the Slavic peoples, Romanians and Italians, who made up the majority of the monarchy's population, were not respected. After the military defeat in the First World War, 1918, Austria-Hungary was disbanded, and several successor states were formed on its territory: Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and Poland, and parts were annexed to existing states: Italy and Romania. . Name of the state in the languages ​​of the people Country Name: Jul Austro-Hungary nem. Austria-Hungary mađ. Oztrák-Magyar Monarchia hrv. Austro-Hungary Slovenian. Austria-Hungary svk. Rakúsko-Uhorsko Czech. Rakousko-Uhersko polj. Austro-Hungarian ukr. Austria-Hungary ital. Austria-Hungary rum. Austro-HungaryThe full official name of the country was: Jul Kingdoms and countries represented in the Imperial Council and the Land of the Hungarian Holy Crown of St. Stephen nem. The Royal Councils of the Reichsrat and the Lands and the Lands of the Heiligenic Hungarian Stephen's Crown mađ. Magyar Szent Korona Hotels with In-room accessibility hrv. Kingdoms and countries represented in the Imperial Council and the Land of the Hungarian Holy Crown of St. Stephen Slovenian. Kingdoms and lands represented in the imperial assembly and the lands of the holy Hungarian crown of St. Stephen svk. Kingdoms and provinces of the Council of Riga represented and the lands of the Uhor St. Stephen's Crown Czech. The Kingdom and lands of the Czech Republic are represented and the Holy Land of St. Stephen of Uhers polj. Kingdoms and Lands represented in the Council of the Empire and the Lands of the Crown of St. Stephen ukr. Kingdoms and lands represented in the Imperial Council and the Land of the Holy Hungarian Crown of St. Stephen ital. The regents and the land represented in the imperial council and the land of the crown of San Stefano rum. Regatta și Țările represented in the Council of the Imperial Ți Țările Sfintei Coroane Ungare a lui fantefan

History

The Austro-Hungarian monarchy had an unusual regime, a conglomeration of different areas that the Habsburgs acquired through war and marriage. It included eleven major ethnic groups, it was �

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