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The Austro-Hungarian Revolution(s)


Stefan Wedrac

on 3 October 2018

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Transcript of The Austro-Hungarian Revolution(s)

Austria-Hungary's Revolution(s) 1918
Causes of Disintegration
nationality issue
Emperor Karl I.
losses 1914-16
completion of all goals
Serbia 1916
Rumania 1916
Russia 1917/18
ideological antipodes
USA: liberalism
Russia: Bolshevism
émigré governments
allied propaganda
the Czechoslovak Legion
italian poet Gabriele D'Annunzio drops leaflets over Vienna
totalization of war
frontline Oct. 1918
US (eg. "Rainbow Division")
Italian Royal Army
British Forces
republic November 12
Austro-Hungarian Forces (approx. 2.5 Million)
independent State Oct. 28
Dec. 1 Yugoslav Independence
Serbs and allied troops
Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and slovenes
Galicia and Cracow: to the new state of Poland
Dissolution of the Dual Monarchy Oct. 31
Republic Nov. 16
italian occupation
italian occupation
italian occupation
italian occupation
yugoslav intervention
yugoslav intervention
yugoslav intervention
british intervention
italian troops
french intervention for CSR
french intervention for CSR
french intervention for CSR
Czech Republic
To Czechoslovak Republic
Thomas Masaryk
Wilson's Fourteen Points, January 1918
(...) 9. A readjustment of the frontiers of Italy should be effected along clearly recognizable lines of nationality.
10. The peoples of Austria-Hungary, whose place among the nations we wish to see safeguarded and assured, should be accorded the freest opportunity to autonomous development. (...)
The problem...
... and the solution?
Karl's "People's Manifesto Oct. 16, 1918:
Creation of a federation, self determination of the peoples under "national councils"
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