Until his death, Franz Joseph I of Austria was the leader of the Austro Hungarian Empire during World War I. After he died, his nephew Charles I of Austria took over.
There was no Austria-Hungary after WWI it was broken up after the first world war
I believe you are asking what started World War I and that would be the assassination of the Austria-Hungary leader
No. That was World War 1
Kaiser Wilhelm was the leader of world war 1
Austria-Hungary attempted to invade Serbia during World War One.
Joseph Stalin was a communist leader of the USSR during World War 2.
Bosnia wasn't an independent nation during the First World War, it was owned by Austria-Hungary at the time, the Emperor-King of Austria-Hungary was Franz-Joseph I until his death in 1916 and Charles I from 1916 until the dissolution of Austria-Hungary in 1918.
one of the leaders for austria-hungary was frans joesph
Emperor of Austria-Hungary during WW1Franz Josef I of Austria
If you're talking about Austria-Hungary and the one whose death started World War I, that would be Archduke Franz Ferdinand. During World War II, considering that it started in 1939, Austria was already a part of Nazi Germany, making Hitler the leader of Austria (and all other German countries excluding Switzerland and Liechtenstein). Not sure who was in charge of Hungary during this time...
Franz Ferdinand was killed by Gavrilo Princip in 1914, just before the war.
Austria-Hungary fought in the Battle of Ginghames during World War One. This battle was between Austria-Hungary and Italy.
Austria's economy expanded during World War 2 as the country played a role in fueling the German war machine. After the war, however, the nation's economy was in shambles.
Serbia is the country that thought some lands within Austria Hungary belonged to it during World War 1.
Adolf Hitler was the Nazis dictator who was the leader of Germany during World War II.
Vladimir Lenin was the Communist leader during the last few months of World War 1
Austria declared war on Russia during World War One after Serbia rejects the conditions of an ultimatum sent by Austria on July 23 following the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand.
Of Course it was
That would be Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.