The Austro-Hungarian Hapsburg Empire which centered upon Vienna, Austria and was 50,000,000 (50 million) people strong, acted as Europe’s third most popular state, yet it was a loosely sewn tapestry of national groups. For every 100 soldiers within the Hapsburg military during 1914, there were approximately 25 German speaking soldiers, 18 Hungarians, 13 Czech’s, 11 Serbian and Croats, 9 Poles, 9 Ruthenes, 6 Romanians, 4 Slovaks, 2 Slovenes, and 2 - 3 Italian speaking soldiers. National self cons...
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