Austríà–Húngárì

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Österreich-Ungarn (de)
Osztrák–Magyar Monarchia (hu)
Austria-Hungary
Other names

1867–1918
Civil Ensign Coat of arms
Anthem
Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser
Location of Austria-Hungary in 1913
Capital Vienna and Budapest[1]
(pop: 2,239,000)
Language(s) various: German
Hungarian, Czech, Polish, Ukrainian, Romanian, Croatian, Slovak, Serbian, Slovene, Rusyn, Italian
Religion Roman Catholic (predominant & official state religion)
Tolerated religions of the Empire: Eastern Orthodoxy, Judaism, Sunni Islam and others
Government Monarchy
Emperor of Austria, and King of Hungary[1]
 - 1848–1916 Franz Joseph I
 - 1916–1918 Karl I
Historical era New Imperialism
 - 1867 Compromise 29 May, 1867
 - Czecho-Slovak indep. 28 October 1918
 - South Slavs indep. 29 October 1918
 - Dissolution 31 October, 1918
 - Dissolution treaties¹ in 1919 & in 1920
Area
 - 1914 676,615 km2 (261,243 sq mi)
Population
 - 1914 est. 52,800,000 
     Density 78 /km2  (202.1 /sq mi)
Currency Gulden
Krone (from 1892)
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Austrian Empire
German Austria
Hungarian Democratic Republic
First Republic of Czechoslovakia
Second Polish Republic
Lemko-Rusyn Republic
Ukrainian People's Republic
West Ukrainian National Republic
Komancza Republic
State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs
Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)
Kingdom of Romania
Italian Regency of Carnaro
Banat Republic
1) Treaty of Saint-Germain signed 10 September 1919 and the Treaty of Trianon signed 4 June 1920.

Austria–Hungary


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