Was Austria-Hungary's fate sealed by failure to join Germany

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Post by johnny_bi » 07 Feb 2003 09:01

Sorry for the name .... Viriato 8)

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Post by johnny_bi » 07 Feb 2003 09:13

Alsaco, if I remember corectely Siebengebirge is the designation for Transylvania ... In both Banat and Transylvania there was (and still is) a large population of Romanians (especially in Transylvania). In Banat there are also many Serbs ...
Today, a part of Banat is in Serbia, a part in Romania and an other part , I think, in Hungary... I think that this already show us that there was some nationalistic drive in the area ...

All you said is right .... unless you don't ignore the Romanians...

Remember that Transylvania was the main reason of the Romanian entrance in WWI in Summer 1916 .

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Post by Gwynn Compton » 07 Feb 2003 10:24

I wonder what Vlad the Impaler would have thought about all this :P

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