Austro-Hungary love

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  • proper noun Austria-Hungary.

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Examples

  • He was born in Moravia, which was then part of Austro-Hungary.

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  • Trepper was a Jew, from Galicia, which when he was born was part of Austro-Hungary.

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  • Austro-Hungary eventually found it impossible to rule an Empire which encompassed fourteen nationalities, its minor members eventually finding rule from Vienna increasingly intolerable, the ‘give and take’ of Empire having become largely ‘take’.

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  • Austro-Hungary eventually found it impossible to rule an Empire which encompassed fourteen nationalities, its minor members eventually finding rule from Vienna increasingly intolerable, the ‘give and take’ of Empire having become largely ‘take’.

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  • Milankovitch (also spelled Milanković.) was born in 1879 in Dalj, a Serbian settlement on the banks of the Danube in what was then part of Austro-Hungary and is now in Croatia.

    Milankovitch, Milutin

  • As a result of the peace treaties that marked the end of World War I, Romania gained not only the regions of southern Dobruja from Bulgaria, Transylvania from Hungary, Bukovina from Austro-Hungary and Bessarabia from the Soviet Union, but also an assortment of sizeable minority groups, each with a clear sense of national affiliation: Hungarians, Ukrainians, Bulgarians, Germans, Russians and others.

    Romania, Women and Jewish Education.

  • The attention of German Jewish women educators and social workers naturally turned to recent Jewish arrivals from Russia and Austro-Hungary who had settled in densely populated immigrant sections in New York and other large cities in the East and Midwest.

    Assimilation in the United States: Nineteenth Century.

  • She was born on August 30, 1906, in Olümz, Austro-Hungary (later Olomouc, Czechoslovakia).

    Olga Taussky-Todd.

  • Tiny states established on an ethnic basis inevitably go in for ethnic cleansing and are deeply anti - semitic (although I dont think he made that point) He was referring to the break-up of Austro-Hungary after the first war.

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  • They all agreed they were willing to give their life for what they believed was a great cause: independence of Bosnia-Herzegovina — a small, ethnic minority region with its own language and traditions -- achieving independence from Austro-Hungary.

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