Austria-Hungary demanded that the Serbian government undertake the
1.To suppress any publication which incites to hatred and contempt
of the Austrian Monarchy
2.To dissolve immediately the society styled Narodna Odbrana
National Defence, and to proceed in the same manner against the
The reason for austria's entry into war was that they were on Germanys side, their army's way of looking at war was the same they thought " because they were so close to war that the should not make an effort to avoid it" it was clear that both Germany and autria were looking for total domination ov…
The Austro-Hungarian Empire faced many problems. One of which was
the pure size of the Empire. Another problem was its defeat in
World War I.
Although Hitler was of Austrian decent, Austria like Switzerland was neutral in the second world war, so therefore it was not involved and the effect was minimal.
The capital of the Republic of Austria is Vienna. It is also the country's largest city and seat of many international organisations. Wien is the German name of Vienna.
It was Gavrilo Princip of the Black Hand Gang who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, on June 28th 1914.
Austria declared war on Serbia because they were afraid of the Serbs joining Serbia so they were looking for an excuse to crush Serbia.
A derivation of the real name: Oestereich (check spelling), which I would translate as "eastern realm". But east of which country? It lies South East from Germany. Is that it? It is directly East of Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Who knows the history?
After the Ottoman Empire refused to supply Anabolic Steroids to Austrian PrinceArnold "Girlyman" Schwartznegger. The Kingdom of Austria considered this as the ultimate "causus bellis". The Austrian Kingdom recruited General Joe Weider and his army to battle the troops of Ottoman Gladiator Lou Ferrig…
Austria's famous flower is the Edelweiss, a small white blossom that grows in the Alps. The Edelweiss was immortalized in a song by the same name in the musical and movie, The Sound of Music. Prettysharp. To set the record straight, "The Sound of Music" is an American musical set in Austria. It was…
Because they thought Serbia were scum and had disliked them ever since the assassination. :P
Austria is in Central Europe and it bordered by Germany, Switzerland (and Liechtenstein) to the west, the Czech Repulic to the north, Slovakia and Hungary to the east, and Slovenia and Italy to the south.
You really need to contact the institution where you hope to study. I'd suggest an email expressed in very general terms followed by a phone call.
Austria was once part of Germany and at one point shared in its artistic and sophisticated appearance. Austria is now a good spot for vacationing due to its green country side and the bustling metropolis of Vienna. Vienna is a historic city full of museums and galleries as well as beautiful castles …
More than two countries. Slovenia. Italy. Switzerland. Liechtenstein. Germany. Czech Republic. Slovakia. Hungary. Now look them up on a map so that you really understand.
No, I belive you are thinking about Australia. Australia is a country known for their opals. Austria is a country in eastern Europe, Australia is a country in the Pacific close to Asia.
Agriculture, forestry, some oil and water. As with many other European countries, its greatest resource is its people.
Salzburg is a city in Austria and the capital of an Austrian state of the same name. Burg Hohenwerfen is a castle in Salzburg dating back to the 11th century.
The currency of Austria is the Euro (€).
It is famous 4 its food
Austria is famous for it's Apfelstrudel and Pez candy.
Traditionally, Austria has been famous for its music (for composers like Mozart, Haydn, Johann Strauss Jr and Sr) and its psychiatrists - above all, Freud!
The country of Austria itself does not have a nickname that is
widespread. However, the capital city of Vienna is known as the
Austria was originally a part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. Before the first world war, it was known as Austria-Hungary, and was one of the most powerful empires in Europe. The Treaty of Versailles of 1919 that ended WWI broke up Austria-Hungary into many smaller nations, and Austria was one of th…
Just done this for A - Level History
Cavour wanted to get Lombardy and Venetia back from Austrian
control for Piedmont although he later claimed it was for the good
He had gained the support of Napoleon III, but Napoleon said that
Austria had to be seen as the agressor. Therfore, Cav…
Until 1866 Austria was part of Germany. In fact, until then Austria was officially the leading German state, but it was expelled from Germany by Prussia. A cultural (and clear political) distinction between Germany and Austria didn't really arise till after 1866.
Other languages don't cal…
The Unification of Germany occurred at two different times, the
late 1800s (1850s-1890s) and in 1989-1991. The first was led by the
Prussians who utilized nationalism to motivate the various
German-speaking principalities and states to federate into one
massive German country. The second was the abs…
Seleenwoche in Austria is also known as All Souls Day.
The population in Austria is approximately 8,205,533.
The most common export goods are machinery, goods in progress, food and luxury articles... One of the most important export goods of Austria is wine!
Austria is a federal parliamentary republic.
The current head of government (Federal Chancellor) is Werner
Faymann. He heads a two-party coalition between the Social
Democratic Party of Austria (centre left) and the Austrian People's
Party (centre right).
Austria is a country, not a coninent. It is in the continent of Europe.
He wanted to get the King of Austria to come to France with his troops and kill everybody.
www.skiaustria.com has a lot
Same as in many other European countries - the common currency, the Euro.
Vaduz is the capital of Liechtenstein (it is too small to be called a "city"). Liechtenstein is located between Austria and Switzerland.
Starting in the north and going clockwise, Austria borders: GermanyCzech RepublicSlovakiaHungarySloveniaItalyLiechtensteinSwitzerland Austria is completely landlocked.
8 countries. In a clockwise direction from the north: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Germany.
The highest "ski resort" (one old tow-rope lift and a cafe at the base) is in South America's poorest country, Boliva, atop Mt. Chacaltaya. The lift isn't always running, so chances are you'll have to hike it.And it's high -- more than 17,300 feet. I'm from Colorado and use to skiing some fairly hig…
She ruled many countries: Croatia, Dalmatia, Bohemia and Hungary. She was also the de facto ruler of the Holy Roman Empire.
Germany, but next time look on line. You dummy!!
As both France and Austria are on Central European Time, both would celebrate New Year's Day at one time.
The leaders of Austria are the President of Austria and the Chancellor of Austria. The Chancellor of Austria is the head of the largest political party in the governing coalition in the National Council in Austria, and is technically appointed by the president. The President is Heinz Fischer and th…
"Silent Night" was written in Austria.
What Austria's produce for Christmas in 1937 was the hit speical "If i could find a igloo".
Heinz Fischer (born 9 October 1938) is the Federal President of Austria. He took office on 8 July 2004, and was re-elected on April 25, for a second and final term. Alfred Gusenbauer (born February 8, 1960) has been the Chancellor of Austria since January 2007.
The colours red and white have been associated with Austria for many centuries ... They don't have a specific meaning.
There are brown bears and elk and different kinds of deer. There
are also mountain goats and sheep. Various types of birds also
exist such as eagles and falcons.
8,174,762 (July 2004 est.)
Grains, potatoes, sugar beets, wine, fruit; dairy products, cattle, pigs, poultry
white, and red
Red white red horizontal bars.
The highest mountain in Austria is the Grossglockner, Its height above sea level is 3776m, It is located in the Hohe tauern national park in the Carinthia region of Austria.
1. fruits 2. vegetables 3. wheat breadalso native austrians eat strudals, weinner shnizel and candy PEZ
a social market economy
Salzburg, Passau, Linz, Graz, Innsbruck.
German is the official language and the main native language. A few with other languages are spoken by minorities. English is usually well understood and spoken, especially by younger people and especially in the main tourist areas.
No, Austria is in Europe, in the Alps region south of Germany and the Czech Republic. It was unified as the large state of "Austria-Hungary" from 1867 until World War I (1914-1919).
Since 2002 the only currency in use in Austria has been the Euro.
1. Großglockner (3798 m), 2. Wildspitze (3768 m), 3. Weißkugel (3738 m)
Vienna is the capital city of the country Austria in Europe
Werner Faymenn is the Federal Chancellor of the Republic of Austria. Faymenn took power on 2008 December 2 after the 2008 September legislative election, leading the Social Democratic Party to 57 seats out of 183, a loss of 11 seats.
Austria is a European country.Austria is a European country.
The exact value of a 50 schilling piece marked Republik Osterreich
is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these
factors include the age and condition of the schilling.
Oil productions are basically killing our Earth.
Animals in Australia have been bred in isolation and so are unable to cope with pressures which humans bringing other animals such as cats and dogs to the island. Marsupials have been long since deceased from the rest of the world because other mamm…
The main and the only official language of Austria is German.
Machinery, food, luxury, and wine.
use google you can get a real answer thereLaos, it is much nearer the equator.
Christianity - Roman Catholicism.
Austria is a very prosperous country indeed. Most measures rank it as about the 10th most prosperous country in the world (excluding micro states like Monaco and Bermuda).
Austria's flag is one of the oldest in the world, dating back to around 1200AD. Its colours are inspired by a legend of an Austrian king whose uniform was soaked with blood in battle, and only the area covered by his belt remained white. At various times in Austrian history, the present flag had add…
Adolph Hitler was born in the small town of Braunau, on the Inn
River in Austria in 1889, to a German family.
Schilling was the Austrian currency before they get the Euro
about 8,205,533 people
The official language of Austria is German.
Switzerland is your country. It is bordered by France to the west and Italy to the south, and French and Italian languages are common in some cantons, the political units that replace states or territories.
Austria joined the EU in 1995, ending 40 years of neutrality. (In 1955 Austria had committed itself to neutrality in order to end the Allied occupation of the country). After the end of the Cold War and the breakup of the Soviet Union, there was no need for Austria to continue a 'balancing act' betw…
The Barn Swallow is the national bird of Austria.
Father Christmas, famous for his sleigh and team of reindeer to
help him distribute gifts to children, is known by many names
across the world. In Austria, he is called Christkind.
Yes, it is located in Central Europe with 8.3 million inhabitants. Just take a look at a map of Europe.
The proximate is due east. Because the Earth is a ball, a technical is about 25,000 miles in virtually any direction.
Austria has been existence in 1804
Braunau am Inn, Austria. 1889
The country is Germany and its capital is Berlin. Except Liechtenstein does not actually border on Germany.
The longest river in Austria is Danube and it spans 1,777 miles
long. The second longest river is the Rhine.
Austria is a country on the continent of Europe.
Alps, Danube, Liechtenstein Inn
Australia imoprts to Canada Fish,Apples, Banana,beef and pork
The Danube river is the most important river in Austria. It is a
major economic, geographical, and cultural force in Austria.
Austria is in the continent of Europe.
There is a rumor which goes like that: There was a king who took part in a crusade. When he arrived at home again, his entire gown was sucked in blood, except for the line where he wore his belt. So the white middle stripe in the flag is that blood free belt-line, and the red above and beneath it re…