Franz Joseph


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Noun1.Franz Joseph - emperor of Austria and king of HungaryFranz Joseph - emperor of Austria and king of Hungary; was defeated by Napoleon III at the battle of Magenta (1830-1916)
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The Vienna Furniture Collection houses around 176,000 pieces including items belonging to Empress Maria Theresa, Emperor Joseph II, and Franz Joseph I, and Charles I.
1788 - Austria's Franz Joseph II declares war on Turkey.
He strives to contribute to the protection of biodiversity and the natural wealth of the planet through the Amazing Planet project, which includes also the most recent aerial photos of the remote and barely accessible Micronesian Islands, of Greenland, the Tongo Kingdom, Hawaiian Islands and Franz Joseph Land.
When Kaiser Franz Joseph drove through the streets of his town in a car, throwing sweets and waving at the children, Kristal was there to wave back.
1809: Franz Joseph Haydn, Austrian composer, died in Vienna.
BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / Head of the National Alliance Ammar al-Hakim discussed with the German Ambassador to Baghdad, Franz Joseph, ways to support the displaced people and the Battle of Mosul as the last confrontation with terrorism in military terms.
krd) - Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani met with the new German ambassador to Iraq Franz Joseph Crimp and his accompanying delegation.
Central Lutheran Church - Conductor Andrew Elray Stewart-Cook will lead the Central Chorale, soloists and the Central Chamber Orchestra in performances of Franz Joseph Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass, with original orchestration, at the 8:30 a.
1809: Franz Joseph Haydn, prolific (104 symphonies) leading Austrian composer, died in Vienna.
Conservative Franz Joseph Jung said the term "genocide" would be in both the headline and the text of the resolution.
While her husband, Emperor Franz Joseph, struggles to maintain the power of his monarchy, Sisi seeks refuge from the stifling halls of the royal court in late 19th-century Vienna, where her every move is watched and analyzed.
The Empress Elisabeth ("Sisi"), the wife of Emperor Franz Joseph (1830-1916) is now the dominant Habsburg brand.