Francis Joseph

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Noun1.Francis Joseph - emperor of Austria and king of HungaryFrancis Joseph - emperor of Austria and king of Hungary; was defeated by Napoleon III at the battle of Magenta (1830-1916)
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Or rather, the Canadian archipelago, Greenland, and northern Scandinavia have been of primary interest to North Americans and Europeans: the Arctic archipelago of Franz Josef Land, by contrast, has been notably distant in Arctic imaginaries.
It was only in 1865 that German explorer Julius von Haast named the glacier Franz Josef in honor of the Emperor of Austria and Hungary.
As of 31 October, Germany's low-cost airline Eurowings, member of the Lufthansa Group, will be flying from Skopje to Munich every Tuesday and Friday from Skopje's Alexander the Great Airport to Munich's Franz Josef Strauss Airport.
for the invitation to take part the ceremony that commemorates Emperor Franz Josef, Emperor of Austria.
(TAP)- Boosting cooperation between Tunisia and the Bavarian State, Germany, in the field of vocational training and employment, was the focus of a meeting held on Thursday, between Minister of Vocational Training and Employment Imed Hammami and Franz Josef Pschierer, Bavarian Minister of Economic Affairs.
Led by Franz Josef Pschierer, State Secretary in the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Prof.
BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / The Head of the Kurdistan Region, Massoud Barzani stressed, during a meeting with the new German Ambassador to Iraq, Franz Josef Krimp, the need to reach a political agreement before the liberation of Mosul, and to ensure the rights of all ethnic groups in the province.
The Arctic archipelago Franz Josef Land is part of which country?
This volume examines the American exploration of Franz Josef Land between 1898 and 1905, when three expeditions launched from the archipelago in attempt to reach the geographic North Pole, but ended in failure: the Wellman expedition run by Walter Wellman, a Chicago journalist and bon vivant in search of fame; the Baldwin-Ziegler expedition, led by Evelyn Briggs Baldwin, a Midwestern government meteorologist; and the Fiala-Ziegler expedition, run by Anthony Fiala, a photographer and graphic artist in search of God.