VI. The World Wars and the Interwar Period, 1914–1945 > C. Europe, 1919–1945 > 12. Austria
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(See 1913) (See 1919, Sept. 10)
 
12. Austria
 
The strain of war intensified the divisions and weaknesses of the Habsburg Empire and prepared the way for its dissolution.  1
 
1916, Oct. 21
 
The Austrian prime minister, Count Karl Stürgkh, was assassinated. His place was taken (Oct. 28) by Ernst von Körber.  2
 
Nov. 21
 
The old emperor, Francis Joseph, died, and was succeeded by his grandnephew, Charles, emperor to Nov. 11, 1918.  3
 
 
 
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