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Background imageAustro Collection: Josef Roth von Limanowa-Lapanow, WW1

Josef Roth von Limanowa-Lapanow, WW1
Josef Roth von Limanowa-Lapanow (1859-1927), Austro-Hungarian officer, Colonel General from 1918. During the First World War he was division commander

Background imageAustro Collection: Personification of the Austro-Hungarian Empire with Flag

Personification of the Austro-Hungarian Empire with Flag - interesting only captioned as Austria. Date: circa 1910

Background imageAustro Collection: The Central Powers of WWI

The Central Powers of WWI
With United Forces (the motto of Emperor Franz Josef I) - patriotic depiction of the Central Powers of WWI - Germany, Turkey and Austro-Hungary

Background imageAustro Collection: Austrian Kaiserjaeger soldier, WW1

Austrian Kaiserjaeger soldier, WW1
Austrian Kaiserjaeger (Tyrolean regiment) soldier during the First World War. He is wearing an Edelweiss flower in his cap. Date: 1914

Background imageAustro Collection: Poster advertising Austro-Hungarian War Bonds

Poster advertising Austro-Hungarian War Bonds, with flags of the various countries. early 20th century

Background imageAustro Collection: Conrad von Hotzendorf, Austro-Hungarian Army, WW1

Conrad von Hotzendorf, Austro-Hungarian Army, WW1
Count Franz Conrad von Hotzendorf (1852-1925), Chief of the General Staff of the Austro-Hungarian Army at the outbreak of the First World War. Seen here with his Chief of Staff, General Muller

Background imageAustro Collection: WWI - The Central Powers - Propaganda - Harmony

WWI - The Central Powers - Propaganda - Harmony. The Central Powers consisted of Germany, Austro-Hungary and The Ottoman Empire up to 1915, when they were joined by The Kingdom of Bulgaria

Background imageAustro Collection: Kaiser Wilhelm II presenting medals, Warsaw, WW1

Kaiser Wilhelm II presenting medals, Warsaw, WW1
Kaiser Wilhelm II (1859-1941), German Emperor, presenting Iron Crosses to troops in Warsaw, Poland, soon after the city was captured by the Austro-German Army during the First World War

Background imageAustro Collection: Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey & allies

Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey & allies
Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey (1844 - 1918), pictured with Kaiser Wilhelm II, and Franz Joseph of Austro-Hungary; the three emperors of the Central Powers in World War I

Background imageAustro Collection: Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey & allies

Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey & allies
Sultan Mehmed V Reshad of Turkey (1844 - 1918), pictured with Kaiser Wilhelm II, the King of Bulgaria and Franz Joseph of Austro-Hungary; the four rulers of the Central Powers in World War I

Background imageAustro Collection: Austrian soldiers in uniform, WW1

Austrian soldiers in uniform, WW1
A selection of five Austro-Hungarian artillery soldiers and officers in uniform during the First World War. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageAustro Collection: General Rudolf von Metz entering Jaroslau, Poland, WW1

General Rudolf von Metz entering Jaroslau, Poland, WW1
General Rudolf Wendelin Adolf Edler von Metz (1861-1943), Austro-Hungarian army officer. Seen here (centre) with others entering Jaroslau (Jaroslav)

Background imageAustro Collection: Winged Victoria figure, Siegessaule, Berlin, Germany

Winged Victoria figure, Siegessaule, Berlin, Germany
The winged bronze Victoria figure on the top of the Siegessaeule (Pillar of Victory). The Victory Column (Siegessaule) in Berlin, Germany

Background imageAustro Collection: Painting depicting the coronation of King William of Prussia, 19th century (print)

Painting depicting the coronation of King William of Prussia, 19th century (print)
3524001 Painting depicting the coronation of King William of Prussia, 19th century (print); (add.info.: Painting depicting the coronation of King William of Prussia (1797-1888)

Background imageAustro Collection: Portrait of King William of Prussia during the Battle of Koniggratz

Portrait of King William of Prussia during the Battle of Koniggratz
3523977 Portrait of King William of Prussia during the Battle of Koniggratz; (add.info.: Portrait of King William I of Prussia (1797-1888) during the Battle of Koniggratz

Background imageAustro Collection: Portrait of Ludwig von Benedek

Portrait of Ludwig von Benedek
3523971 Portrait of Ludwig von Benedek; (add.info.: Portrait of Ludwig von Benedek (1804-1881) an Austrian general. Dated 19th Century); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageAustro Collection: Painting depicting the Hanoverian victory over the Prussians at Langensalza

Painting depicting the Hanoverian victory over the Prussians at Langensalza
3523970 Painting depicting the Hanoverian victory over the Prussians at Langensalza; (add.info.: Painting depicting the Hanoverian victory over the Prussians at the Battle of Langensalza)

Background imageAustro Collection: Portrait of Karl Friedrich von Steinmetz

Portrait of Karl Friedrich von Steinmetz
3523962 Portrait of Karl Friedrich von Steinmetz; (add.info.: Portrait of Karl Friedrich von Steinmetz (1796-1877) a German Generalfeldmarschall, born at Eisenach

Background imageAustro Collection: Train on the Vienna to Budapest railway, Austria-Hungary

Train on the Vienna to Budapest railway, Austria-Hungary. Date: circa 1900

Background imageAustro Collection: Cartoon, Reckoning without their host, WW1

Cartoon, Reckoning without their host, WW1
Cartoon, Reckoning without their host. Defeated at Verdun, Germany, Prussia and Death walk away despondently. A smiling French soldier in the background says they had everything planned

Background imageAustro Collection: Hungarian poster, Farewell to Austro-Hungarian Monarchy

Hungarian poster, Farewell to Austro-Hungarian Monarchy
Hungarian poster, Farewell to the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, written by Karl Kraus, translated by Szini Gyula. Showing a man in revolutionary red clothes

Background imageAustro Collection: Dead soldiers after battle of Isonzo, Italy, WW1

Dead soldiers after battle of Isonzo, Italy, WW1
Dead Austro-Hungarian soldiers after a battle of the Isonzo, north east Italy, entitled Wie Wir Starben (How We Died). There were twelve battles in total in this area during the First World War

Background imageAustro Collection: The Battle of Koniggratz aka the Battle of Sadowa, Sadova, or Hradec Kralove, near Sadova, Bohemia

The Battle of Koniggratz aka the Battle of Sadowa, Sadova, or Hradec Kralove, near Sadova, Bohemia
3062076 The Battle of Koniggratz aka the Battle of Sadowa, Sadova, or Hradec Kralove, near Sadova, Bohemia, ( present-day Czech Republic ) 3rd July 1866 by English School

Background imageAustro Collection: DDE-90029008

DDE-90029008
Austria, Vienna, Michaelerplaz, Hofburg Palace at Dawn (Large format sizes available). Date: 15/04/2010

Background imageAustro Collection: Allegory of the Winter, the cold winds (Eurus or the Levant, the Bora, the Austro)

Allegory of the Winter, the cold winds (Eurus or the Levant, the Bora, the Austro), the Hunting and the Carnival
3606329 Allegory of the Winter, the cold winds (Eurus or the Levant, the Bora, the Austro), the Hunting and the Carnival, 1687-88 (fresco) by Piola, Domenico I (1627-1703); Palazzo Rosso, Genoa

Background imageAustro Collection: Officer and Soldiers at Fort-de-France

Officer and Soldiers at Fort-de-France
An officer and soldiers of the Austro-Mexican brigade, in passage at Fort-de-France, part of the Creole volunteers of Martinique. Date: 1865

Background imageAustro Collection: Empress Zita, wife of Charles of Austria-Hungary

Empress Zita, wife of Charles of Austria-Hungary
Empress Zita of Bourbon-Parma (1892-1989), wife of Charles, last monarch of Austria-Hungary

Background imageAustro Collection: WW1 - Austro-Hungarian soldiers surprise a Russian soldier

WW1 - Austro-Hungarian soldiers surprise a Russian soldier, who was trying to steal a goose. Date: 1914

Background imageAustro Collection: Hans Richter (1843-1916) (b / w photo)

Hans Richter (1843-1916) (b / w photo)
JHL386562 Hans Richter (1843-1916) (b/w photo) by Barraud, Herbert Rose (1845-c.1896); Private Collection; (add.info.: Hans Richter (JAanos Richter) (4 April 1843 - 5 December 1916)

Background imageAustro Collection: Plate with the coat of arms of the Austro-Hungarian Empire

Plate with the coat of arms of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
CHT172479 Plate with the coat of arms of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, from Heraldischer Atlas by the artist, 1899 (colour litho) by Strohl

Background imageAustro Collection: Coats of arms from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, from Heraldischer Atlas

Coats of arms from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, from Heraldischer Atlas
CHT172478 Coats of arms from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, from Heraldischer Atlas by the artist, 1899 (colour litho) by Strohl

Background imageAustro Collection: Plate with the coats of arms of Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916

Plate with the coats of arms of Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916
CHT172481 Plate with the coats of arms of Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916) and Empress Elizabeth of Bavaria (1837-98) from Heraldischer Atlas by the artist, 1899 (colour litho) by Strohl

Background imageAustro Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20100872

EyeUbiquitous_20100872
Hungary, Pest county, Budapest, Austro Hungarian Empire era soldier in bronze

Background imageAustro Collection: Cartoon, The Hands with Right on their Side, WW1

Cartoon, The Hands with Right on their Side, WW1
Cartoon, The Hands with Right on their Side. Two large hands representing the Allied forces tower over the four small leaders of the Central Powers cowering in the middle

Background imageAustro Collection: WW1 - Cartoon - The Austrian Ultimatum

WW1 - Cartoon - The Austrian Ultimatum
WW1 - The Austro-Hungarian empire personified as birds of prey, deliver their ultimatum and demands to the Serbian s. With their demands not met

Background imageAustro Collection: German propaganda postcard, two Kaisers, WW1

German propaganda postcard, two Kaisers, WW1
German propaganda postcard, Unity is Strength (Einigkeit macht stark), depicting Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany and Emperor Franz Josef of Austro-Hungary in uniform, shaking hands. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageAustro Collection: Cartoon, The New Dance Mistress, WW1

Cartoon, The New Dance Mistress, WW1
Cartoon, The New Dance Mistress, showing an Austro-Hungarian or German officer in eastern costume introducing a plump German woman, Fraulein Gans (Miss Goose)

Background imageAustro Collection: 8-shot service revolver - used by Austro-Hungarian army

8-shot service revolver - used by Austro-Hungarian army
Rast & Gasser of Wien, Model 1898, 8 mm. 8 shot, service revolver, Serial No. 175852. Used by the Austro-Hungarian army during World War One. Cross-hatched wooden grip with iron ring

Background imageAustro Collection: Italian soldiers on the Isonzo Front

Italian soldiers on the Isonzo Front
Italian soldiers charge and capture a position on the Isonzo Front, the scene of battles between the Austro-Hungarian and Italian armies between June 1915 and November 1917

Background imageAustro Collection: Sinking of SMS Szent Istvan, Austrian battleship, WW1

Sinking of SMS Szent Istvan, Austrian battleship, WW1
The sinking of SMS Szent Istvan, an Austro-Hungarian Tegetthoff-class dreadnought battleship (launched 1914), torpedoed by the Italian navy off the Dalmatian coast during the First World War

Background imageAustro Collection: General Franz Rohr von Denta, Austrian army officer

General Franz Rohr von Denta, Austrian army officer
General of Cavalry Franz Rohr von Denta (1854-1927), Austro-Hungarian Field Marshal and Commander in chief of the Austrian troops on the Italian Front and Eastern Front during the First World War

Background imageAustro Collection: The Central Powers - Patriotic Postcard

The Central Powers - Patriotic Postcard
The Central Powers in World War One. Austri-Hungary, Turkey and Germany. Soldiers from each country stand before their flags and join hands in a show of unity

Background imageAustro Collection: Sms Viribus Unitis, The First Austro-Hungarian Dreadnought Battleship Of The Tegetthoff-Class

Sms Viribus Unitis, The First Austro-Hungarian Dreadnought Battleship Of The Tegetthoff-Class. From The Illustrated War News, 1914

Background imageAustro Collection: The Three Theatres Of War On The Austro-Italian Frontier 1915. 1 = Trentino. 2 = Carnic Alps

The Three Theatres Of War On The Austro-Italian Frontier 1915. 1 = Trentino. 2 = Carnic Alps. 3 = Isonzo Front. From The Great World War A History Volume Iii, Published 1916

Background imageAustro Collection: Austro-Prussian War. 1866

Austro-Prussian War. 1866
Austro-Prussian War. Parade of troops in the Market Square in Nuremberg during the occupation of the city by the Prussians in 1866. Painting by Louis Braun (1836-1916)

Background imageAustro Collection: Franz Josef Platz, Budapest, Hungary

Franz Josef Platz, Budapest, Hungary
Franz Josef Platz (Ferencz Jozsef-ter), Budapest, Hungary

Background imageAustro Collection: Archduke Franz Ferdinand bound for England, November 1913

Archduke Franz Ferdinand bound for England, November 1913
Archduke Franz Ferdinand, pictured on board the channel steamer, Le Nord, en route for England, November 1913. On the right is his wife, Sophie

Background imageAustro Collection: Times War Atlas - WWI maps

Times War Atlas - WWI maps
The Times War Atlas. The atlas contains the following loose maps - 1) Map of the North Sea. 2) Map of the frontiers of France. 3) Map of the North Eastern Theatre of War. 4) Map of the Balkans



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"Austro: The Resilient Spirit of the Austro-Hungarian Empire" Step into a world where history comes alive, as we delve into the captivating story of Austro. Personifying the grandeur and strength of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, this caption takes you on a journey through time. Immerse yourself in the era of World War I, where Austro stood tall as one of the Central Powers. With its majestic flag fluttering proudly in the wind, it symbolized unity and determination amidst turbulent times. Witness the bravery and valor of an Austrian Kaiserjaeger soldier, adorned in his uniform, ready to defend his homeland with unwavering loyalty. The poster advertising Austro-Hungarian War Bonds reminds us that even during war, patriotism knows no bounds. Commanded by General Conrad von Hotzendorf, who led with strategic brilliance and unyielding resolve, the Austro-Hungarian Army fought alongside their allies under Sultan Mehmed V Reshad's leadership. Together they formed an indomitable force against their adversaries. Propaganda played a crucial role during those tumultuous years; harmonious messages were spread across nations by Kaiser Wilhelm II himself as he presented medals to honor valiant soldiers in Warsaw. These acts aimed to instill hope and inspire perseverance among both troops and civilians alike. As General Rudolf von Metz triumphantly entered Jaroslau in Poland during WWI, it marked another milestone for Austro's relentless pursuit for victory. Their presence was felt far beyond their borders - from Berlin's iconic Siegessaule monument featuring Winged Victoria figure celebrating triumphs to distant lands where Austrian soldiers donned uniforms with pride. Austro embodies resilience - facing challenges head-on while never losing sight of its goals. Its legacy lives on through these historical snapshots that remind us how nations can rise above adversity when united under a common cause.