Atlas of Austria-Hungary

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Österreich-Ungarn
Osztrák–Magyar Monarchia

Deutsch Österreich-Ungarn

Die Österreichisch-Ungarische Monarchie (Die im Reichsrat vertretenen Königreiche und Länder und die Länder der heiligen ungarischen Stephanskrone), auch bekannt als Donaumonarchie, Doppelmonarchie, von Robert Musil auch Kakanien genannt), war ein Vielvölkerstaat in Mittel- und Südosteuropa, der nach dem Umbau des Kaisertums Österreich zu einer Doppelmonarchie auf der Grundlage des österreichisch-ungarischen Ausgleiches vom 8. Juni 1867 bis zum 31. Oktober 1918 (Austritt Ungarns aus der Realunion) bestand. Sie setzte sich aus zwei Staaten zusammen: aus den „im Reichsrat vertretenen Königreichen und Ländern“, offiziös Cisleithanien (erst ab 1915 amtlich Österreich genannt), und den „Ländern der heiligen ungarischen Stephanskrone“.

Magyar Osztrák–Magyar Monarchia

Az Osztrák–Magyar Monarchia (A birodalmi tanácsban képviselt királyságok és országok és a magyar Szent Korona országai) 1867 és 1918 között fennállt különleges dualista állam Közép-Európában. Két fele, a Magyar Királyság és Ausztria (hivatalos nevén "A birodalmi tanácsban képviselt királyságok és országok" vagy gyakran hivatkozott formában " az osztrák örökös tartományok", amely a mai Ausztria mellett magába foglalta egyebek mellett Cseh és Morvaországot, Galíciát, Bukovinát, a mai Szlovéniát és a mai Olaszország egy kis részét), valamint Bosznia-Hercegovinát belső ügyeit önállóan intézhette. Közös ügyeknek számítottak a külügy és a hadügy, valamint az ehhez szükséges pénzügyek.

English Austria-Hungary

The Austro-Hungarian Empire, also known as Austria-Hungary, Dual Monarchy or k.u.k. Monarchy or Dual State, was a dual-monarchic union state in Central Europe from 1867 to 1918, dissolved at the end of World War I.


Short name Austria-Hungary
Official name(s) The Kingdoms and Lands Represented in the Imperial Council and the Lands of the Holy Hungarian Crown of St. Stephen
Status Independent country between 1867 and 1918
Location Central Europe
Capital Wien (Vienna) & Budapest
Bécs & Budapest
Major language(s) German and Hungarian, minority languages: Czech, Croat, Slovenian, Slovak, Romanian etc.
Major religion(s) Roman Catholicism
More information Austria-Hungary.
More images Austria-Hungary - Austria-Hungary (Category).

General maps

Austria-Hungary map.svg In 1867 the Austrian Empire was continued by Austria-Hungary, making both Austria and Hungary constituent monarchies. Kingdoms and countries of Austria–Hungary:
Cisleithania (Austria): 1. Bohemia, 2. Bukovina, 3. Carinthia, 4. Carniola, 5. Dalmatia, 6. Galicia, 7. Austrian Littoral, 8. Lower Austria, 9. Moravia, 10. Salzburg, 11. Silesia, 12. Styria, 13. Tyrol, 14. Upper Austria, 15. Vorarlberg; Transleithania (Hungary): 16. Hungary proper, 17. Croatia and Slavonia; 18. Bosnia and Herzegovina
Austria-Hungary1899.JPG Austria-Hungary in 1899
Andree48-2.jpg Religions in Austria-Hungary, Andrees Allgemeiner Handatlas, 1st Edition, Leipzig (Germany) 1881
Meyers b12 s0486a.jpg Distribution of Races in Austria-Hungary from Meyers Konversationslexikon (1885-90)
Austria-Hungary (ethnic).jpg Ethnic map of Austria-Hungary, census 1880. German version
Austria-Hungary (ethnic).JPG Ethnic map of Austria-Hungary, census 1890. English version
OesterreichUngarn.png Historical map of Austria-Hungary from the Bibliothek allgemeinen und praktischen Wissens für Militäranwärter Band I, 1905
Østerrike-Ungarn 1914.jpg Austria-Hungary and Romania
Austro-Hungary 1914.jpg
Greater austria.png Proposed United States of Greater Austria
Österreich-Ungarns Ende.png The end of Austria-Hungary (in German)

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