Austrian Empire

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agricultural education

, and Gambrinus Brewing Co. Each merging member of the new brewery gave each other one dollar to seal the deal. When the three breweries combined, the Gambrinus Brewery continued to do the bottling for the new brewery on the Harney site. Lorenz Kuenzl was the first brewer and general manager. The business, named Oshkosh Brewery Co., was located at 1610 Doty St. The History The basis of agricultural education in Czech lands dwells deep in the former Austrian Empire, more than


political liberal

to finish. In the 1848 Revolution he was wounded while fighting in Srbobran. After the revolution, deceived by the Austrians after the May Assembly, he came to live in Serbia, where he served as a schoolteacher and in various other capacities, although he was often unemployed. A political liberal, he was persecuted by authorities. He died in despair and ravaged by illness in 1878, after he had taken part in the uprising against the Turks in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 1815, the bay was annexed by the Austrian Empire (Austro-Hungary since 1867) and was included into the province of Dalmatia (part of Cisleithania since 1867). In 1848 Montenegrin Prince-Bishop Petar II Petrović-Njegoš advised the denizens to fight in the Revolutions of 1848 for Croatian Ban Josip Jelačić in an attempt to unite Dalmatia, Croatia and Slavonia under the Habsburg crown. Contrary to this the Serb National Guard of Kotor refused the proposition of Petar II Petrović Njegoš to unite with Croatia-Slavonia, stating that Serbs have to be unified first before uniting with other Slavs.


public performances

–Hungary in 1867. At the end of World War I the duchy was disestablished with the dissolution of Austria-Hungary. The world-famous Spanish Riding School uses highly trained Lipizzan stallions in public performances that demonstrate classical dressage movements and training.


short poem

. In Vienna, he met with fellow Carniolan countryman France Prešeren, who would later become the national poet of the Slovenes. The two established a close friendship which lasted till Prešeren's death in 1849. Prešeren also dedicated an ironic short poem to Auersperg, called ''Tri želje Anastazija Zelenca'' ("Three Wishes of the Green Anastasius"), in which he made fun of the friend's bohemian lifestyle (Bohemian style). *''The point is that chess doesn’t have


seminal work

unsuccessful, but the idea was later used in 1904 by Arthur Griffith in his seminal work, ''The Resurrection of Hungary''. Griffith noted how in 1867 Hungary went from being part of the Austrian Empire to a separate co-equal kingdom in Austria-Hungary. Though not a monarchist himself, Griffith advocated such an approach for the Anglo-Irish relationship. The idea was not embraced by other Irish political leaders, and Ireland eventually left the Union of Great Britain and Ireland


opposition including

Bonaparte 's victories over the Austrian Empire in Northern Italy–helping to secure France victory in the War of the First Coalition in 1797–Great Britain remained the only major European power still at war with the French Republic (First French Republic). Maffeo, p. 224 (#Reference-Maffeo) The French Directory investigated a number of strategic options to counter British opposition, including projected invasions of Ireland


extensive work

December 2009 '''Heinrich Wilhelm Schott''' (January 7, 1794 - March 5, 1865) was an Austrian (Austrian Empire) botanist well known for his extensive work on the aroids (Family Araceae). Early life Karl was born at Vienna, Austrian Empire son of Ferdinand Bonaventura, 7th Prince Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau (1834–1904) the head of the princely line of the House of Kinsky dynasty and Princess Marie of Liechtenstein (1835–1905). The Illyrian Provinces were created by the Treaty of Schönbrunn in 1809 when the Austrian Empire ceded the territories of western or Upper Carinthia (Duchy of Carinthia) with Lienz in the East Tyrol, Carniola, southwest of the river Sava, Gorizia and Gradisca, and Trieste to the French Empire (First French Empire) after the Austrian defeat at the Battle of Wagram. These territories lying north and east of the Adriatic Sea were amalgamated with Dalmatia into the Illyrian Provinces, technically part of France, the capital of which was established at "Laybach", i.e.Ljubljana in modern Slovenia. The territory of the Republic of Ragusa, which was annexed to the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy in 1808, was also integrated into the Illyrian Provinces. The French Empire (First French Empire) invaded the island in 1806, joining it to the Illyrian Provinces. The Montenegrin Forces of Prince-Episcope (Bishop) Peter I Njegos (Petar I Petrović-Njegoš) conquered the island with Russian (Russian Empire) naval assistance Dalmatia and Montenegro by J. Gardner Wilkinson in 1807 during his attempt to construct another Serbian Empire. However, the Great Powers decided to return the island to the Austrian Empire in 1815, and it accordingly became a part of the Austrian crown land of Dalmatia. www.1911encyclopedia.org From 1867, Korčula was in the Cisleithanian part of Austro-Hungary (Austria–Hungary). After the fall of Venice and the Napoleonic (Napoleonic Wars) interlude, Rovinj was part of the Austrian Empire until World War I. According to the last Austrian census in 1911, 97.8% of the population was Italian-speaking. Then it belonged to Italy from 1918 to 1947, when it was ceded to SR Croatia within SFR Yugoslavia. During that period many of the Italian inhabitants left the city.


commercial school

of the Lviv Polytechnic National University begins during the Austrian Empire, and extends through the Second Polish Republic, the Nazi Occupation, the Soviet Union, and into the independent Ukraine.


frequent public

: vienna.usembassy.gov en embassy former_amb.htm title FORMER U.S. AMBASSADORS TO AUSTRIA publisher U.S. Embassy in Vienna accessdate 2008-12-24


collaboration year

, they left unpopulated areas. The Austrian Empire encouraged people, mostly Orthodox Serbs, and also Vlachs, from

Austrian Empire

The '''Austrian Empire''' ( '') was created out of the realms of the Habsburgs (Habsburg Monarchy) by proclamation in 1804. It was a multinational empire and one of the world's great powers. Geographically it was the second largest country in Europe after the Russian Empire (621,538 square kilometres 239,977 sq mi ). It was also the third most populous after Russia and France, as well as the largest and strongest country in the German Confederation. Proclaimed in response to the First French Empire, it overlapped with the Holy Roman Empire until the latter's dissolution in 1806. The ''Ausgleich'' of 1867 elevated Hungary's status within the Austrian Empire, creating a new dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary.

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