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a geographical area in central and eastern Europe

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Bjalrnson was a real friend of Slovaks during their fight against oppression in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and his support for the rights of small nations and democratic thinking became a source of inspiration in the process of national revival in Europe after the First World War and thus for the establishment of the first Czechoslovak Republic," Norwegian Ambassador to Slovakia Inga Magistad said at the ceremony, as quoted by the TASR newswire.
It is a strategically significant cross-border regional railway company that has operated as a regional railway operator and infrastructure manager without interruption since its foundation in 1872 under the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Rather than seek accommodation before WWI, Churchill sought an alliance with England's eternal enemy, France, and the decrepit Austro-Hungarian Empire in order to wage war to protect the British empire and privilege.
Three Faces of an Angel is a captivating three-generational Czech saga spanning the time of the Austro-Hungarian Empire to present day.
The Austro-Hungarian Empire recognized the United States in 1797, when we established consular relations with a Consul in Trieste, then part of the Austrian empire.
While much has been written about the Ukrainians who arrived in Canada from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, especially those who settled on western homesteads, little attention has been directed to those who arrived from the Russian Empire.
In the last half of the 19th century, the Austro-Hungarian Empire was the second largest (after Russia) in Europe.
In Ortayly's analogy, an Austro-Hungarian Empire cannot result from the Kurdish-Turkish conflict.
But a more telling comparison is that with another huge post office savings bank in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the famous one in Vienna designed just a few years later by Otto Wagner.
He intends to demolish the myth of the quaint Austro-Hungarian Empire under grandfatherly Emperor Franz Joseph.
Journeys into Madness: Mapping Mental Illness in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
In an attempt to render the opera more interesting, stage director Thaddeus Strassberger tried to present us with a recreation of its premiere at La Scala at a time when Milan was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Italian nationalist feelings were running high.
It later became the second capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, a great power that dissolved in 1918, following the First World War.
Our present situation reminds me of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in its final days
From this point of view, Transylvania was a pretty complex field of study, as a consequence of some special folklore diversity--in fact, Bartok was to lose hold of this ethnological melting pot after the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian empire at the end of World War I).