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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At different times, the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I, the Queen of the United Kingdom Elizabeth II, the French writer Balzac and President Charles de Gaulle and Agatha Christie herself traveled with the legendary train.
1809: Franz Joseph Haydn, Austrian composer, died in Vienna.
e huge wheel was built in 1897 to mark the 50th year of Emperor Franz Joseph's accession to the throne.
| 1732: Austrian composer Franz Joseph Haydn was born.
Jozef Wittlin's 1935 Polish novel The Salt of the Earth introduces Piotr Niewiadomski, the commonest of villagers from Eastern Europe's remote Carpathian mountains shortly before his Emperor Franz Joseph mobilizes the Austro-Hungarian Empire into World War I.
Other pieces were provided by Crown Prince Rudolf, the son of Emperor Franz Joseph, who acquired numerous Egyptian artefacts during his travels to Egypt in 1881, the museum explained.
The inscription reads: "His Imperial Kingdom and Apostolic Highness, Franz Joseph I, 1894, Benjamin Kallay, Minister Edmund Stix, Principal Ivan Kelner, Advisor Ciril Metod Ivekovic, architect Ivan Dolzar, Ivan Widi, the mason.
Four musical groups will join to present Franz Joseph Haydn's "Lord Nelson Mass" at 3 p.m.
The famous people and their body parts include: Galileo Galilei / Fingers; Louis XIV / Heart; George Washington /Teeth; Franz Joseph Hadyn / Head; Beethoven / Hair; Abraham Lincoln / Body; Chang and Eng Bunker / Liver; Phineas Gage / Skull; John Wilkes Booth / Neck vertebrae; Sarah Bernhardt /Leg; Vincent Van Gogh / Ear; Mata Hari / Head; Albert Einstein / Brain; Elvis Presley / Wart; Thomas Edison / Last Breath.
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.