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Austro-Hungarian ambassador to the United States Ladislaus Hengelmüller von Hengervár, who was visiting the White House on the same day, claimed to have found a rabbit's foot in Washington's coat pocket when he mistakenly put on the coat ; The Washington Post elaborately described it as " the left hind foot of a graveyard rabbit, killed in the dark of the moon ".
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Austro-Hungarian and ambassador
Addison Harrison was later appointed ambassador to the Austro-Hungarian Empire by U. S. President William McKinley.
Princess Michael is the only daughter of Baron Günther Hubertus von Reibnitz ( of German descent ) and his Hungarian wife, Countess Maria Anna Carolina Franziska Walpurga Bernadette Szapáry von Muraszombath, Széchysziget und Szapár, a daughter of Count Friedrich Szapáry von Muraszombath, Széchysziget und Szapár, an Austro-Hungarian diplomat, who served as an ambassador in Saint Petersburg at the outbreak of World War I.
An equally characteristic propaganda was believed to have been instituted by Bülow, in conjunction with the Austro-Hungarian ambassador Macchio, among the partisans of Giolitti behind the back of the Italian government.
First, he was made Austro-Hungarian ambassador to Britain, and second, he rode his own horse, Zoedone, to win the 1883 Grand National.
Elmyr claimed that he was born into an aristocratic family, that his father was an Austro-Hungarian ambassador and that his mother came from a family of bankers.
On November 28, the Viennese ambassador in Belgrade, Count Khevenhüller-Metsch, visited the headquarters of the Bulgarian Army and demanded the ceasing of military actions, threatening that otherwise the Bulgarian forces would meet Austro-Hungarian troops.
Franz I served as the Austro-Hungarian ambassador at the Court of Tsar Nicholas II in St. Petersburg between 1894 and 1899.
On July 25, the Emperor Franz Joseph signed a mobilization order for 8 army corps to begin operations against Serbia on the 28th, and the Austro-Hungarian ambassador Giesl left Belgrade.
Austro-Hungarian and United
At the turn of the 20th century, hundreds of thousands of Slovenes emigrated to other countries, mostly to the United States, but also to South America, Germany, Egypt and to larger cities in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, especially Zagreb and Vienna.
In 1915, Italy entered the First World War on the side of the France and the United Kingdom, after extricating itself from its alliance with Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Twelve nations participated: Austro-Hungarian Empire, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden, United Kingdom, Canada, and United States.
Pressure began to build further over Muste's pacifist views in April 1917 when the United States formally declared war on the German and Austro-Hungarian Empires.
* United States of Greater Austria was a successor state to the Austro-Hungarian Empire proposed by Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
The National Council sent diplomatic notes to the governments of France, the United Kingdom, Italy, the United States, and Russia to notify them that the state was not at war with any of them and that the council had taken over the entire Austro-Hungarian fleet.
Austro-Hungarian and States
States arising out of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Ottoman Empire had huge numbers of ethnic populations outside of their new boundaries, as do most of the former Soviet states.
Initially, the movement can be described as part of the more general nation-building process in Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries when the multi-national Austro-Hungarian, Russian, and Ottoman Empires were being replaced by Nation States.
Austro-Hungarian and Ladislaus
He provided Austro-Hungarian Ambassador Count Ladislaus de Szögyény-Marich with two documents, one of which was a memo by Tisza, advising that Bulgaria should join the Triple Alliance, and another letter by Franz Josef stating that the only way of preventing the disintegration of the Dual Monarchy was “ to eliminate Serbia ” as a state.
Austro-Hungarian and von
Some countries, however, historically did have equivalent honorifics for knights, such as Cavaliere in Italy ( e. g. Cavaliere Benito Mussolini ), and Ritter in Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire ( e. g. Georg Ritter von Trapp ).
According to Renoir's memoirs, von Stroheim, despite being born in Vienna, Austria ( then the Austro-Hungarian Empire ) did not speak much German, and struggled with learning the language along with his lines in between filming scenes.
He co-led, with Julius von Payer, the 1872-1874 Austro-Hungarian North Pole Expedition which discovered the archipelago Franz Josef Land in the Arctic Ocean.
Julius Johannes Ludovicus Ritter von Payer ( 2 September 1841 – 19 August 1915 ) was an Austro-Hungarian arctic explorer and an Arctic landscape artist.
* The Austro-Hungarian polar expedition led by Julius von Payer was selected as main motif for the Austrian Admiral Tegetthoff Ship and The Polar Expedition commemorative coin minted on 8 June 2005.
* Julius von Payer, " Die Österreich-Ungarische Nordpol Expedition in den Jahren 1869-1874 " ( Wien 1876 ) ( The Austro-Hungarian North Pole Expedition of 1869 to 1874 ", Vienna, 1876 )
Father Jožef in 1866 participated in the second Battle of Vis, where Austro-Hungarian Navy under command of von Tegetthoff defeated Royal Italian Navy commanded by Count di Persano.
* Austro-Hungarian statesman Count Manfred von Clary-Aldringen ( 1852-1828 ), grand-son of the previous ones, resided in his family's castle in Teplice
Franz von Suppé or Francesco Suppé Demelli ( April 18, 1819May 21, 1895 ) was an Austrian composer of light operas who was born in what is now Croatia during the time his father was working in this outpost of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
* Colonel General Josef Roth, who played a decisive role in the Battle of Limanowa in 1914, when the Austro-Hungarian Army repelled a Russian breakthrough, was ennobled as Freiherr ( baron ) in 1918 with the style of Freiherr Roth von Limanowa-Lapanów.
Count Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf ( – the proper family name is Conrad ) ( November 11, 1852 – August 25, 1925 ) was an Austrian soldier and Chief of the General Staff of the Austro-Hungarian Army at the outbreak of World War I.
Count Kasimir Felix Badeni ( German: Kasimir Felix Graf von Badeni, Polish: Kazimierz Feliks hrabia Badeni ) ( October 14, 1846 – July 9, 1909 ) was Minister-President of the Austrian half of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1895 until 1897.
Well known members of ISHR include West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard, former Austro-Hungarian Crown Prince Otto von Habsburg, former Attorney General of Germany Ludwig Martin and Chinese human rights activist Harry Wu.