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Austria - Historical Events
Date Event
833-06-30

Louis, king of Austria, crowned

996-11-01

First recorded use of modern name for Austria in the 'Ostarrîchi Document'

1156-09-17

Emperor Frederick Barbarossa issues the 'Privilegium Minus' decree, which elevated Austria to a duchy.

1192-09-21

English king Richard I the Lion hearted, captured by by Leopold V, Duke of Austria

1235-01-02

Emperor Joseph II orders Jews of Galicia Austria to adopt family names

1246-06-15

With the death of Duke Frederick II, the Babenberg dynasty ends in Austria.

1283-06-01

Treaty of Rheinfelden: Duke Rudolph II of Austria waives his right to the Duchies of Austria and Styria.

1298-06-24

Rindfleisch Persecutions - Jews of Ifhauben, Austria massacred

1313-11-09

Louis the Bavarian defeats his cousin Frederick I of Austria at the Battle of Gamelsdorf.

1315-11-15

Battle of Morgarten: Swiss beat duke Leopold I of Austria

1335-05-02

Otto the Merry, Duke of Austria, becomes Duke of Carinthia.

1349-09-29

People of Krems Austria accuse Jews of poisoning wells

1386-07-09

Battle at Sempach: Swiss beat duke Leopold III of Austria

1420-05-23

Jews of Syria & Austria expelled

1421-05-11

Jews are expelled from Styria Austria

1421-05-23

Jews of Austria imprisoned & expelled

1429-01-10

Order of Golden Fleece established in Austria-Hungary & Spain

1453-01-06

Emperor Frederik III becomes archduke of Austria

1485-06-28

Gent/Brugge/Ieper recognize Maximilian of Austria as regent of Neth

1489-07-22

Treaty of Frankfurt signed between Maximilian of Austria and King Charles VIII of France

1493-05-23

King Charles VIII & Maximilian I of Austria signs Peace of Senlis

1493-08-19

Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I becomes Archduke of Austria

1496-03-09

Jews are expelled from Carintha Austria

1497-01-06

Jews are expelled from Graz in Styria, Austria

1501-10-13

Maximilian of Austria & Louis XII sign Treaty of Trente

1515-01-01

Jews are expelled from Laibach Austria

1521-04-28

Treaty of Worms: Emperor Charles names his brother Ferdinand Arch duke of Netherlands-Austria

1522-08-11

Uprising of adel/burgerij in Austria fails

1526-12-17

Ferdinand of Austria chosen as King of Bohemia

1527-01-01

Croatian nobles elect Ferdinand I of Austria as king of Croatia in the Parliament on Cetin.

1527-02-24

Ferdinand of Austria crowned as king of Bohemia

1527-11-03

Ferdinand of Austria/Bohemia chosen as king of Hungary

1529-08-03

"Peace of the Ladies" (Treaty of Cambrai) made between Holy Roman Empire and the French, negotiated by Louise of Savoy and Margaret of Austria

1531-01-31

Kings Ferdinand of Austria/Janos Zapolyai of Hungary accept each other

1533-06-22

Ferdinand of Austria & Sultan Suleiman sign peace treaty

1538-02-24

Treaty of Nagyvarad/Peace of Grosswardein signed between Ferdinand I of Austria and John Zápolya of Hungary.

1541-12-29

Isabella of Poland & King Ferdinand of Austria sign Treaty of Gyalu

1547-06-13

King Ferdinand of Austria subjects himself on Turkish sultan Suleiman

1551-07-19

Treaty of Karlsburg: arch duke Ferdinand of Austria recognized as King of Hungary/Transsylvania

1556-09-09

Pope Paul IV refuses to crown Ferdinand of Austria emperor

1595-05-02

King Philip II names Albrecht of Austria land guardian of Netherlands

1596-04-17

Archduke Albrecht of Austria occupies Calais

1596-10-24

-26] Battle at Kerestes: Ottoman beat Austria-Hungary & Germany

1597-09-16

French troops chase away Albrecht of Austria

1606-11-11

Turkey & Austria sign Treaty of Zsitva-Torok

1607-06-25

Mentally ill emperor Rudolf II signs Treaty of Lieben, giving up Austria, Hungary & Moravia

1625-05-11

Peasants besiege Frankenburg estate in Upper Austria

1625-05-15

16 rebellious farmers hanged in Vocklamarkt, Upper-Austria

1628-08-01

Emperor Ferdinand II demands Austria Protestant convert to Catholicism

1631-11-04

Ferdinand of Austria installed as land guardian of South Netherlands

1648-08-26

People's uprising against Anna of Austria & Cardinal Mazarin

1653-05-24

German Parliament selects Ferdinand II king of Austria

1660-05-03

Sweden, Poland, Brandenburg & Austria sign Peace of Oliva

1663-04-18

Osman declares war on Austria

1664-08-10

Austria/Turkey signs Peace of Vásvár

1670-02-27

Jews expelled from Austria by order of Leopold I

1699-01-26

Venice, Poland & Austria sign Treaty of Carlowitz with Ottoman Empire

1703-09-12

English army under arch duke Charles of Austria lands in Portugal

1708-08-03

Battle at Trencsén: Austria beats Hungarian rebellion army

1711-05-01

Archduke Karel of Austria/Hungarian rebellion sign Peace of Szatmar

1714-09-07

Treaty of Baden: Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI & France, ends War of Spanish Succession, French retain Alsace, Austria gets bank of Rhine

1715-11-15

Barrier Treaty, Austria cedes area to Netherlands

1718-07-21

The Treaty of Passarowitz between the Ottoman Empire, Austria and the Republic of Venice is signed.

1718-12-17

France, Britain and Austria declare war on Spain.

1719-01-05

Engl/Hannover/Saxony-Poland/Austria sign anti-Prussian/Russian pact

1725-05-01

Spain & Austria sign trade treaty

1725-11-05

Spain & Austria sign secret treaty

1738-11-18

France & Austria sign peace

1739-04-21

Spain & Naples-Austria sign peace accord

1739-09-18

Turkey & Austria sign peace treaty-Austria cedes Belgrade to Turks

1740-10-20

Maria Theresa became ruler of Austria, Hungary & Bohemia

1741-04-10

War of the Austrian Succession: Prussia defeats Austria in the Battle of Mollwitz.

1741-07-31

Charles Albert of Bavaria invades Upper Austria and Bohemia.

1742-02-01

Sardinia and Austria sign alliance

1742-07-28

Prussia & Austria sign peace treaty

1743-09-02

Britain/Austria/Savoye-Sardinia sign Treaty of Worms

1743-09-13

Britain, Austria & Savoye-Sardinia sign Treaty of Worms

1745-01-08

England, Austria, Neth & Saxon sign anti-Prussian Quadruple Alliance

1745-04-02

Austria & Bavaria sign peace

1745-12-15

Battle at Kesseldorf: Prussia beats Saksen & Austria

1745-12-25

Prussia and Austria sign Treaty of Dresden giving much of Silesia to the Prussians

1746-05-22

Russia & Austria sign treaty of cooperation

1746-06-02

Russia & Austria sign agreements

1746-06-16

Battle at Piacenza: Austria & Sardinia beat Spanish & French army

1746-10-11

Battle at Rocourt: French drive out English/Austria/Neth armies

1748-01-26

Britain, Netherlands, Austria & Sardinia sign anti-French treaty

1748-12-26

France & Austria signs treaty about Southern Netherlands

1753-06-13

Austria, England & Modena sign secret military treaty

1756-05-01

France & Austria sign alliance

1757-05-01

Austria & France divide Prussia

1760-06-23

Battle of Landshut Silesia: Austria beats Prussia

1760-08-15

Battle at Leignitz: Prussia beats Austria & Russia

1760-11-03

Battle at Torgau, Saxony: Prussia beats Austria

1762-06-15

Austria uses 1st paper currency

1763-02-15

Austria, Prussia & Saxony sign Treaty of Hubertusburg, marking the end of the French and Indian War and of the Seven Years War

1772-02-17

1st partition of Poland-Russia & Prussia, joined later by Austria

1772-08-05

1st partition of Poland, between Austria, Prussia & Russia

1775-05-07

Turkish state of Bukovina secedes from Austria

1776-01-02

Austria ends interregation torture

1778-07-03

Prussia declares war on Austria

1783-11-04

W.A. Mozart's Symphony No. 36 is premiered in Linz, Austria.

1788-02-09

Austria declares war on Russia

1792-02-07

Austria & Prussia sign anti-French covenant

1792-04-14

France declares war on Austria, starting French Revolutionary Wars

1792-04-20

France declares war on Austria, Prussia & Sardinia

1793-03-18

2nd Battle at Neerwinden: Austria army beats France

1794-05-18

2nd battle of Bouvines (France-Austria)

1794-07-02

2nd Battle of Seneffe: France-Austria

1794-07-13

Battle of the Vosges between French forces and those of Prussia and Austria

1795-10-24

Third partition of Poland, between Austria, Prussia & Russia

1796-05-10

Napoleon defeats Austria in Battle of Lodi Bridge

1797-01-26

Russia, Prussia & Austria sign treaty

1797-04-18

France & Austria signs cease fire

1799-03-12

Austria declares war on France

1800-06-14

Battle of Marengo (Alessandria): Bonaparte vs Austria

1804-08-11

Francis II assumes the title of first Emperor of Austria

1805-10-14

Battle of Elchingen, France defeats Austria

1805-12-26

France & Austria signs Peace of Pressburg

1806-08-06

Holy Roman Empire ends; it was neither holy, Roman, nor an empire. Francis II renounces the title, becoming Emperor of Austria.

1809-02-08

Franz I of Austria declares war on France

1809-04-20

Napoleon I and French forces defeat Austria at Battle of Abensberg, Bavaria

1809-04-22

Battle at Eckmuhl - Napoleon beats Austria Archduke Karl

1811-02-20

Austria declares bankruptcy

1813-10-08

Treaty of Ried between Bayern & Austria

1813-10-16

Battle of Leipzig, largest battle in Europe prior to WWI, Napoleon's forces defeated by Prussia, Austria & Russia

1815-04-10

Austria declares war on realm of Naples

1815-05-03

Battle at Tolentino: Austria beats king Joachim of Naples

1815-09-26

Russia, Prussia & Austria sign Holy Alliance

1815-11-20

Russia, Prussia, Austria & England signs Alliance "for the maintenance of peace in Europe" same day as Treaty of Paris

1818-09-30

Congress of Aken: Russia, Austria, Prussia, France & England

1818-12-25

1st known Christmas carol ("Silent Night, Holy Night") sung (Austria)

1830-12-20

Great Britain, France, Prussia, Austria and Russia recognize Belgium

1834-05-08

Prussia, Austria & Russia sign classified accord about Belgium

1837-11-19

Floridsdorf-Deutsch Wagram railway in Austria opens

1840-07-15

Great Britain, Russia, Austria & Prussia sign Quadruple Alliance

1848-08-09

Austria & Sardinia sign cease fire

1848-12-02

Franz Josef I becomes emperor of Austria & King of Hungary

1849-04-14

Hungary declares itself independent of Austria with Louis Kossuth as its leader.

1849-08-09

Hungarian Republic crushed by Austria & Russia

1849-08-22

The first air raid in history; Austria launches pilotless balloons against the Italian city of Venice.

1857-04-27

Establishment of Jewish congregations in Lower Austria prohibited

1858-09-13

Hamburg-US ship Austria catches fire & sinks, 471 die

1864-05-09

Ship battle at Helgoland, Austria-Denmark

1866-04-08

Italy and Prussia ally against Austria-Hungary.

1866-06-15

Prussia attacks Austria

1866-06-20

Italy declares war on Austria

1866-07-20

Sea battle of Lissa-Austria vs Italy

1867-02-08

The Ausgleich results in the establishment of the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary.

1869-10-01

1st postcards are issued (Vienna, Austria)

1881-06-16

Austria-Hungary & Serbia sign military treaty

1882-05-20

Germany/Austria-Hungary/France sign Triple Alliance

1883-05-15

Italy signs military treaty with Austria-Hungary & Germany

1883-10-30

Austria-Hungary, Germany and Romania sign military treaty

1884-09-20

6.2 mile Arlberg railroad tunnel completed in Austria

1884-12-24

Austria-Hungary admits King Leopold II's Congo Free State

1887-02-20

Germany, Austria-Hungary & France end Triple Alliance

1887-12-10

Austria-Hungary, Italy and Great Britain sign Balkan military treaty

1889-01-30

Archduke Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria, heir to the Austro-Hungarian crown, is found dead with his mistress Baroness Mary Vetsera in Mayerling.

1892-05-20

Triple Alliance between Germany, Italy & Austria forms

1898-09-10

Empress Elizabeth of Austria is assassinated by Luigi Lucheni.

1907-01-26

In Austria, universal and direct suffrage (limited to males over 24) is introduced, a reform long demanded by the socialists and others

1908-08-13

Kind Edward VII of Great Britain meets with Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria at Ischl; the King tries to persuade the Emperor to advise Germany against aggressive (anti-British) policies

1908-10-06

Austria annexes Bosnia & Herzegovina

1908-10-07

Serbia & Montenegro sign anti-Austria-Hungarian pact

1909-02-16

Serbia mobilizes against Austria-Hungary

1909-02-26

Austria and Turkey conclude an agreement in which Turkey recognizes Austria's 1908 annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is to receive compensation

1909-03-31

In a diplomatic note to Austria, Serbia recognizes the the Bosnian annexation and promises to maintain friendly relations with Austria

1911-06-29

Freiherr Gautsch von Frankenthurn becomes Minister-President of Austria

1912-03-13

Bulgaria and Serbia conclude an alliance pact ostensibly against Austria, but it secretly provides for a possible war against Turkey

1912-11-24

Conflict in the Balkans grows into an acute international crisis with major powers supporting either Austria or Serbia

1912-12-05

The Triple Alliance among Italy, Austria, and Germany (originally signed in 1882) is renewed for six years, beginning in 1914, a move inspired by instability in the Balkans

1912-12-16

Austria-Hungary engage in conflict with Serbia

1914-06-28

Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria and his wife Sophie are assassinated in Sarajevo by young Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip at 10.45, the casus belli of WWI

1914-07-05

Germany offers Austria war aid to fight against Russia in Serbia

1914-07-23

Austria-Hungary presents an ultimatum to Serbia; that A-H demands acceptance within 48 hours make peacekeeping difficult

1914-07-25

Germany Socialist-Democrat Party declares: "No German blood for Austrian tyrant" in response to German support of Austria-Hungary

1914-07-25

Serbia meets the deadlines of Austria-Hungary's ultimatum and gives a conciliatory reply, though Serbia is mobilizing

1914-07-28

Austria-Hungary decides against mediation and declares war on Serbia - first decalation of war of WWI

1914-07-29

In response to Austria's declaration of war on Serbia, Russian diplomats and general urge general mobilization, but the Tsar calls for partial mobilization

1914-07-30

After initial reluctance, Tsar Nicholas II of Russia is persuaded to decree a general mobilizations in response to Austria; 'Think of the thousands and thousands of men who will be sent to their deaths!' he claims

1914-08-05

Montenegro declares war against Austria-Hungary in World War I

1914-08-06

WWI: Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia

1914-08-11

France declares war on Austria-Hungary

1914-08-12

Great Britain declares war on Austria-Hungary

1914-08-13

France declares war on Austria-Hungary

1914-12-02

Austria army occupies Belgrade Serbia

1914-12-15

Serbian troops retake Belgrade in Austria-Hungary

1915-01-01

Jews of Laibach Austria expelled

1915-05-04

Italy drops Triple Alliance with Austria-Hungary & Germany

1915-05-23

Italy declares war on Austria-Hungary during WW I

1916-01-05

Austria-Hungary offensive against Montenegro

1916-01-25

Montenegro surrenders to Austria-Hungary

1916-02-11

Germany and Austria-Hungary notify the US that they will sink any armed merchant ships starting on 1 March

1916-02-16

The US rejects the right of Germany and Austria-Hungary to sink armed merchant ships

1916-08-27

Romania declares war on Austria-Hungary

1916-11-05

Emperors Wilhelm II (Germany) and Franz Jozef I (Austria-Hungary) establish the kingdom of Poland

1917-01-08

Austria-Hungarian troops conquer Forlani Italy

1917-08-14

China declares war on Germany & Austria at start of WW I

1917-10-24

Battle at Caporetto: German & Austria smash Italian army

1917-12-07

US becomes 13th country to declare war on Austria during World War I

1918-03-03

Treaty of Brest-Litovsk: Germany, Austria & Russia sign

1918-10-28

Czechoslovakia gains independence as Austria-Hungary breaks up

1918-11-11

Emperor Charles I of Austria abdicates

1918-11-12

Emperor Karl of Austria-Hungary abdicates, Austria becomes a republic

1919-02-21

German National Meeting accepts Anschluss: incorporation of Austria

1919-04-03

Austria expels all Habsburgers

1919-06-20

Treaty of Versailles: Germany ends incorporation of Austria

1919-09-10

Treaty of St Germain: Austria ends incorporation with Germany

1919-12-17

Austria parliament approves 8-hour day

1920-03-01

Austria becomes a kingdom again, under Adm Horthy

1921-05-30

Salzburg, Austria, votes to join Germany

1922-10-04

Protocol of Genevia signed: Austria gains independence

1922-10-07

Oud-burgem of Rotterdam Zimmerman becomes High Comm's of Austria

1924-11-08

Austria chancellor Ignaz Seipel, resigns after assassination attempt

1926-10-15

Austria government of Seipel, forms

1928-06-28

Friedrich Schmiedl attempted rocket mail in Austria (unsuccessful)

1928-12-05

MW Miklas elected president of Austria

1929-04-30

Earnest Streeruwitz becomes chancellor of Austria

1929-09-26

John Schrober becomes chancellor of Austria

1931-01-26

Hungary-Austria sign peace treaty

1931-02-02

1st use of a rocket to deliver mail (Austria)

1931-05-11

Credit-Anstalt, Austria's largest bank, fails, beginning financial collapse of Central Europe

1931-09-13

Right-radical coup of Dr Pfrimer fails in Austria

1932-05-20

Engelbert Dollfuss becomes chancellor of Austria

1932-10-19

Austria forbids demonstration by nazi's & anti fascists

1934-04-30

Austria gets "Austrian facist" constitution

1934-05-01

Austria signs pact with Vatican

1934-07-25

Failed nazi coup in Austria

1935-12-01

Austria has world's 1st Day of Postage Stamp

1936-03-23

Italy, Austria & Hungary sign Pact of Rome

1938-02-12

German troops entered Austria

1938-03-11

Artur Seyss-Inquart replaces Kurt von Schuschnigg as Chancellor of Austria; German troops also entered the country

1938-03-12

Nazi Germany invades Austria (Anschluss)

1938-03-13

Anschluss - Austria annexed by Nazi Germany

1938-04-10

Austria becomes a state of Germany

1938-08-28

Mauthausen concentration camp opens in Austria

1938-11-08

A pogrom against the Jews of Germany and Austria takes place in response to the assassination of a German diplomat in Paris.

1944-08-17

Russian troops arrive at Austria-Prussia border

1944-10-06

Canadians free Austria

1945-03-30

USSR invades Austria

1945-04-27

2nd Republic of Austria forms

1945-07-31

Pierre Laval, the fugitive former leader of Vichy France, surrenders to Allied soldiers in Austria.

1953-04-02

Raab forms his 1st government in Austria

1954-01-11

2 ton locomotive swept into ravine by avalanche 10 die (Austria)

1954-01-12

Austria's worst avalanche-kills 200; 9hrs later 2nd one-kills 115

1955-02-17

Ice Dance Championship at Vienna Austria won by J Westwood/Demmy GRB

1955-05-15

Vienna Treaty: Britain, France, US & USSR restore Austria's independence

1955-07-27

Austria regains full independence after 4-power occupation

1955-08-25

Last Soviet forces leave Austria

1955-09-21

Last allied occupying troops leave Austria

1955-10-25

Austria resumed its sovereignty after departure of last Allied occupation forces, for 1st time since German occupation of 1938

1955-11-05

New Vienna Opera house opens (Austria)

1957-05-05

Adolf Scharf elected president of Austria

1964-01-29

9th Winter Olympic games open in Innsbruck, Austria

1964-02-09

9th Winter Olympic games close at Innsbruck, Austria

1964-04-02

Josef Klaus succeeds Alfons Gorbach as chancellor of Austria

1965-05-23

Franz Jonas elected president of Austria

1967-03-12

Austria's Reinhold Bachler ski jumps 505 feet

1970-04-20

Bruno Kreisky becomes 1st socialist chancellor of Austria

1972-02-04

6th round of Strategic Arms Limitation Talks ends in Vienna Austria

1976-02-04

12th Winter Olympic games opens in Innsbruck, Austria

1976-02-13

Dorothy Hamill wins Olympic figure-skating gold, Innsbruck, Austria

1976-02-15

12th Winter Olympic games close at Innsbruck, Austria

1976-07-11

1st US football club in Austria forms (FAAFC-1st Austrian American)

1982-07-31

Finland, Italy, Germany, Austria & France form American European Football Federation (AEFF)

1983-05-24

Fred Sinowatz succeeds Bruno Kreisky as chancellor of Austria

1984-04-21

Franz Weber of Austria skis downhill at a record 209.8 kph

1986-06-08

Alleged Nazi Kurt Waldheim elected pres of Austria

1987-11-12

Ulla Weigerstorfer of Austria, 20, crowned 37th Miss World

1992-06-08

Thomas Klestil succeeds Waldheim as president of Austria

1992-07-08

Thomas Klestil installed as president of Austria

1994-03-13

33.3% of Austria votes for ultra-right Freedom Party

1994-10-06

-9] European Campaign against Racism confers in Austria

1995-01-01

Austria, Finland & Sweden act to join European Union

2000-11-11

In Kaprun, Austria, 155 skiers and snowboarders die when a cable car catches fire in an alpine tunnel.

2009-05-15

Eurostat report that Austria, Belgium, and Romania have all entered recession in the first quarter of 2009

2013-01-20

Austria votes to maintain compulsory military service in a referendum

2013-01-21

41 people are injured after two trains collide in Vienna, Austria

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Austria - Notable Birthdays

Franz Peter SchubertJan 31, 1797

Christian DopplerNov 29, 1803

Maximilian IJul 6, 1832

Franz FerdinandDec 18, 1863

Bela LugosiOct 20, 1882

SchrodingerAug 12, 1887

Adolf HitlerApr 20, 1889

Oskar SchindlerApr 28, 1908

Joy AdamsonJan 20, 1910

Hedy LamarrNov 9, 1913

Arnold SchwarzeneggerJul 30, 1947

Thomas MusterOct 2, 1967

Austria - Birthdays
Date Event
1221-06-15

Frederik II, [Strijdbare], duke of Austria

1290-08-04

Duke Leopold I of Austria (d. 1326)

1298-12-12

Albert II of Austria (d. 1358)

1301-07-23

Duke Otto of Austria (d. 1339)

1339-11-01

Duke Rudolf IV of Austria (d. 1365)

1349-09-09

Duke Albert III of Austria (d. 1395)

1351-11-01

Duke Leopold III of Austria (d. 1386)

1377-09-19

Albert IV, Duke of Austria (d. 1404)

1415-09-21

Frederick III, Innsbruck Austria, German Emperor (1440-1493)

1418-12-12

Albert VI of Austria (d. 1463)

1427-10-26

Archduke Sigismund of Austria (d. 1496)

1459-03-22

Maximilian I of Habsburg, German Emperor/archduke of Austria

1477-01-25

Anna de Bretagne, wife of Maximilian of Austria & Louis XII

1480-01-10

Margaret of Austria, Regent of the Netherlands (d. 1530)

1498-11-15

Eleonore of Austria, Queen of Portugal and France (d. 1558)

1522-12-28

Margaret of Austria, regent of the Netherlands (d. 1583)

1528-07-07

Anna of Austria, Duchess of Bavaria, daughter of Ferdinand I (d. 1590)

1529-06-14

Ferdinand, archduke (Austria)/mayor (Bohemia)

1533-09-15

Catherine of Austria, queen consort of Poland and Lithuania (d. 1572)

1540-06-03

Charles I of Austria (d. 1590)

1545-02-24

Don John of Austria, Spanish military leader (d. 1578)

1547-02-24

Jan of Austria, Spanish military man/land guardian of the Netherland

1549-11-01

Anna of Austria, fourth wife of Philip II of Spain (d. 1580)

1553-06-15

Ernst, archduke of Austria/governor of the Netherlands

1553-07-15

Archduke Ernest of Austria (d. 1595)

1554-06-05

Elisabeth of Austria, queen consort of France (d. 1592)

1558-05-16

Andreas of Austria, Bohemia cardinal/gov of Netherlands (1598-1600)

1558-10-12

Archduke Maximilian III of Austria (d. 1618)

1559-11-13

Albrecht/Albertus, archduke of Austria/cardinal/viceroy of Portugal

1573-08-16

Anna of Austria, queen of Poland (d. 1598)

1584-09-16

Matthias Gallas, Austria earl of Campo/duke of Lucerna/general-major

1586-10-09

Archduke Leopold V of Austria (d. 1632)

1587-12-25

Margarita of Austria, queen of Philip III of Spain (d. 1611)

1588-12-24

Constance of Austria, queen of Poland (d. 1631)

1589-10-07

Maria Magdalena of Austria, Grand Duchess of Tuscany (d. 1631)

1609-05-16

Ferdinand, Austria, cardinal of Spain/governor of Netherlands

1610-01-13

Maria Anna of Austria, Electress of Bavaria (d. 1665)

1611-07-16

Archduchess Cecilia Renata of Austria, Queen of Poland (d. 1644)

1614-01-05

Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria (d. 1662)

1628-05-17

Archduke Ferdinand Charles of Austria, Regent of the Tyrol (d. 1662)

1629-04-07

Juan Jose, of Austria, Spanish general/governor of Netherlands

1630-11-27

Archduke Sigismund Francis of Austria (d. 1665)

1632-04-06

Maria Leopoldine of Austria, Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. 1649)

1635-12-24

Mariana of Austria, second wife of king Philip IV of Spain (d. 1696)

1643-04-05

Charles V Leopold, Duke of Lorraine/fieldmarshal in Austria

1653-05-21

Eleonora Maria Josefa of Austria, queen consort of Poland and Lithuania (d. 1697)

1653-05-30

Claudia Felicitas of Austria, Empress consort of Germany (d. 1676)

1657-11-11

Guido Starhemberg, Austria earl/fieldmarshal (Turkish Wars)

1683-09-07

Mary Anne of Austria, Archduchess of Austria and Queen consort of Portugal (d. 1754)

1696-08-02

Mahmud I, Sultan of Ottoman (Turkey) (1730-54)/fought Austria & Russia

1699-12-08

Maria Josepha of Austria, queen of Poland (d. 1757)

1701-10-22

Maria Amalia of Austria, Holy Roman Empire Empress (d. 1756)

1714-07-02

Christoph W Ritter von Gluck, Austria composer (Il re pastore)

1717-05-13

Maria Theresa, Empress of Austria (Wife of emperor Franz I)

1732-03-31

Franz Joseph Haydn, Vienna Austria, prominent composer of the classical period (The Creation/Die Schopfung)

1734-05-23

Friedrich Anton Mesmer, Austria, physician/hypnotist (Mesmerism)

1736-02-03

Johann Georg Albrechtsberger, Austria organist/composer

1738-10-06

Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria (d. 1789)

1746-02-26

Archduchess Marie Amalie of Austria, duchess of Piacenza (d. 1806)

1752-08-13

Marie Caroline of Austria, queen of the Two Sicilies (d. 1814)

1756-01-27

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Austria, musical prodigy/composer (Figaro), (d. 1791)

1757-06-01

Ignaz J Pleyel, Austria composer/piano builder (Piano method)

1766-03-28

Joseph Weigl, Austria composer/conductor (Emmeline)

1771-09-05

Charles L J, archduke of Austria/Gov (Austria Netherland)

1771-12-26

Heinrich J von Collin, Austria dramatist/poet (Regulus)

1773-08-29

Raphael G Kiesewetter, Austria musicologist (Arab Music)

1781-05-25

Ferdinand K J, archduke of Austria-Este/gov-gen (Sicily)

1781-09-06

Anton Diabelli, Austria publisher/composer

1782-01-20

Johan B J F S, archduke of Austria

1782-04-26

Maria Amalia of Bourbon-Sicily, wife of Louis Phillip of Austria

1784-12-13

Archduke Louis of Austria (d. 1864)

1787-11-25

Franz Xavier Gruber, Austria, organist/composer (Silent Night)

1787-12-14

Maria Ludovika of Austria-Este, Empress of Austria and queen of Hungary and Bohemia (d. 1816)

1788-01-08

Archduke Rudolph of Austria (d. 1831)

1788-12-18

Camille Pleyel, Austria, piano builder/composer

1791-02-20

Carl Czerny, Vienna Austria, pianist/composer (Schule der Virtuosen)

1791-12-12

Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria, second wife of Napoleon (d. 1847)

1793-04-12

Ferdinand I KLJM, the Good Natured, Emperor of Austria/king of Hungary

1797-01-22

Maria Leopoldina of Austria, Empress of Brazil (d. 1826)

1797-01-31

Franz Peter Schubert, Lichtenthal Austria, composer (Unfinished Symphony)

1801-04-12

Josef Franz Karl Lanner, Austria, composer/violist

1803-09-19

Maria Anna of Savoy, Empress of Austria and queen of Hungary and Bohemia (d. 1884)

1803-11-29

Christian Doppler, Salzburg, Austria, physicist (Doppler effect), (d. 1853)

1805-01-27

Sophie of Bavaria, archduchess of Austria (d. 1872)

1806-04-29

Earnest Freiherr von Feuchtersleben, Austria, physician/philosopher

1813-01-04

Alexander Freiherr von Bach, Austria attorney/premier (1852-59)

1816-11-17

August W Ambros, Austria musicologist (History of Music)

1817-08-03

Albrecht FR, arch duke of Austria (Battle at Custozza)

1824-09-04

Anton Bruckner, Ansfelden, Austria, Wagner disciple and "monumental bore"/composer

1825-10-25

Johann Baptist Strauss, (the younger), Austria, composer (Waltz King)

1827-08-20

Josef Strauss, Austria, composer (Dorfschwalben aus Austria)

1830-08-18

Emperor Franz Josef I of Austria (d. 1916)

1830-11-23

Kaspar CE Ritter von Zumbusch, German/Austria sculptor

1831-01-17

Archduchess Elisabeth Franziska of Austria (d. 1903)

1831-11-12

Anton Kerner Ritter von Marilaun, Austria botanist

1832-07-06

Maximilian I of Mexico and Archduke of Austria, Vienna, Austria, first and only monarch of the Second Mexican Empire

1835-03-15

Eduard Strauss, Austria, composer (318 Dance)

1835-03-24

Josef Stefan, Austria, physicist (Stefan-Boltzmann law)

1836-05-17

Wilhelm Steinitz, Austria, world chess champion (1866-94)

1836-08-23

Marie Henriette of Austria, Queen of the Belgians (d. 1902)

1837-12-24

Sissi, Emperor of Austria

1838-02-18

Ernst Mach, Chirlitz-Turas Austria, physicist/philosopher/psychologist

1842-07-04

Gustav Ratzenhofer, Austria, sociologist/judge/fieldmarshal

1843-06-09

Bertha von Suttner, Austria, novelist/pacifist (Nobel 1905)

1844-02-20

Ludwig Eduard Boltzmann, Austria, physicist (statistical mechanics)

1845-12-23

Gustave Ador, union president of Austria (1919)

1849-07-02

Maria Theresia of Austria-Este, queen of Bavaria (d. 1919)

1852-11-25

Johan N Salvator, [Johann Orth], archduke of Austria

1855-10-12

August Sauer, Austria literature historian (Euphorion)

1855-11-01

Guido Adler, Austria, musicologist (Still in the Music)

1857-03-07

Julius Wagner von Jauregg, Austria, psychiatrist (Nobel 1927)

1858-07-21

Maria Christina of Austria, queen of Spain (d. 1929)

1858-07-21

Maria Christina of Austria, Visita de Doña María Cristina y Alfonso XIII a Barcelona

1859-08-06

J Arthur S Berson, Austria meteorologist (Balloon flights, Amazon)

1860-05-02

Theodor Herzl, Austria, journalist/founder (Zionist movement)

1860-05-04

Emil Nikolaus von Reznicek, Vienna Austria, composer (Donna Diana)

1860-07-07

Gustav Mahler, Kalischat Bohemia Austria, composer/conductor (Titan)

1861-12-19

Italo Svevo, Trieste Austria, Italian novelist (La Coscienza di Zeno)

1862-05-15

Arthur Schnitzler, Austria, playwright/novelist (La Ronde)

1862-07-14

Gustav Klimt, Austria, Art Nouveau painter

1863-07-19

Hermann Bahr, Austria writer/director (New Men)

1863-12-18

Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, Graz Austria, His assassination in 1914 led to declarations of war in WWI

1866-02-16

Johann Strauss, Austria, composer (Waltz King)

1868-04-22

Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria (d. 1924)

1868-06-14

Karl Landsteiner, Austria, immunologist/pathologist (Nobel 1930)

1869-07-04

Karl Seitz, president of Austria

1869-08-10

Lawrence Binyon, Vienna Austria, poet (Symbolic Wounds)

1869-09-06

Felix Salten, [Siegmund Salzmann], Austria journalist (Bambi)

1870-02-07

Alfred Adler, Austria, psychiatrist (Inferiority Complex)

1870-03-06

Oscar Straus, Vienna Austria, composer (Ein Walzertraum)

1870-09-02

Archduchess Luise of Austria, Princess of Tuscany (d. 1947)

1870-12-10

Adolf Loos, Austria architect (building of houses)

1871-10-14

Alexander von Zemlinsky, Vienna Austria, composer (Schneeman)

1872-01-04

Edmund Rumpler, Austria, auto/airplane builder

1872-08-09

Archduke Joseph August of Austria, Austrian field marshal (d. 1962)

1873-01-15

Max Adler, Austria sociologist/socialist theorist

1873-02-02

Leopold Fall, Austria, operetta composer (Dollar Princess)

1873-08-18

Leo Slezak, Austria tenor/actor (Othello)

1873-09-08

Max Reinhardt, Austria, theatrical director (Oedipus Rex)

1873-12-22

Matteo Giulio Bartoli, Austria-Hungary, linguist

1874-02-01

Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Austria, poet/dramatist/essayist

1874-05-27

Richard von Schaukal, Austria poet/writer (Eros Thanatos)

1874-09-13

Arnold Franz Walter Schoenberg, Vienna Austria, composer (2nd Quartet). Died 1951.

1875-02-02

Fritz Kreisler, Vienna Austria, violinist/composer

1875-06-20

Othenio Able, Austria, paleontologist

1875-12-04

Rainer Maria Rilke, Austria, poet (Duino Elegies)

1877-12-18

Max Pallenberg, Austria, actor (Brave Suender)/husb of Fritzi Massary

1878-01-21

Egon Friedell, Austria, journalist/actor/writer (Der Partylowe)

1878-10-01

Othmar Spann, Austria economist/sociologist (Geschichtsfilosofie)

1878-10-12

Karl Buresch, Austria politician

1879-07-09

Friedrich Adler, Austria social-democrat/murderer of premier Storgkh

1880-01-18

Paul Ehrenfest, Austria/Neth physicist (adiabates hypothesis)

1881-11-28

Stefan Zweig, Vienna Austria, poet/essayist/dramatist (Beware of Pity)

1882-04-17

Artur Schnabel, Lipnik Austria, pianist (Beethoven Piano Sonatas)

1882-10-20

Bela Lugosi [Blaskó ], Lugos, Austria-Hungary, actor (Dracula, Plan 9 From Outer Space)

1882-10-24

Emmerich Kálmán, Siófok, Austria-Hungary, Hungarian composer of operettas

1882-11-10

Max Mell, Austria officer/literary (Donauweibchen)

1882-11-15

Felix Frankfurter, Vienna, Austria, 80th Supreme Court Justice (1939-62)

1883-02-08

Joseph A Schumpeter, Austria/US economist/minister of finance

1883-02-12

Ludwig Stossel, Austria, actor (Man With a Camera)

1883-09-02

Archduchess Elisabeth Marie of Austria, "The Red Archduchess" (d. 1963)

1884-02-02

Julis Deutsch, Austria politician/General Spanish rep army

1884-10-30

Rudolf Forster, Grobming Austria, actor (Threepenny Opera)

1885-02-09

Alban Maria Johannes Berg, Vienna Austria, a Lulu of a composer!

1885-10-21

Egon Joseph Wellesz, Austria, composer/musicologist

1886-11-01

Hermann Broch, Austria, novelist (Sleepwalkers, Bewitchment)

1886-12-23

Albert Ehrenstein, Austria writer (Message from the Madhouse)

1887-01-29

Albert Conti, Trieste Austria, actor (Jazz Heaven, Doomed Battalion)

1887-08-12

Erwin Schrodinger, Vienna Austria, physicist and Nobel Prize Laureate, (d. 1961)

1887-08-17

Charles I, last emperor of Austria-Hungary (1916-18)

1887-10-06

Maria Jeritza, [Jedlicka], Austria, singer (Vienna Opera)

1887-11-05

Paul Wittgenstein, Vienna Austria, left hand specialist pianist

1887-11-14

Bernhard Paumgartner, Austria, musicologist/conductor/composer

1887-12-07

Ernst Toch, Vienna Austria, composer (Melodie Lehre)

1889-04-20

Adolf Hitler, Braunau, Austria, Austrian-born German dictator and Führer of Nazi Germany (1936-45)

1889-04-26

Ludwig Wittgenstein, Austria, philosopher (Tractatus)

1890-08-05

Erich Kleiber, Vienna Austria, conductor (NBC Symphony 1945-46)

1890-09-10

Franz Werfel, Austria, author (40 Days of Musa Dagh)

1891-05-15

Fritz Feigl, Austria, chemist (spot tests)

1891-12-22

Edward L Bernays, Vienna Austria, 1st public relations agent

1892-03-09

Joseph Weinheber, Austria poet/writer (Adel und Untergang)

1892-05-09

Zita, empress (Austria)/Queen (Hungary)

1892-05-16

Richard Tauber, [Ernst Seiffert], Austria/British, tenor/conductor

1892-09-27

John Mylong, Austria, actor (Robot Monsters)

1893-03-31

Clemens Krauss, Vienna Austria, conductor (Berlin State Orch-1937)

1893-07-20

Richard Billinger, Austria poet/writer (From Where I Came)

1894-09-02

Joseph Roth, Austria, journalist/writer (Hotel Savoy)

1895-02-13

Fred Essler, Austria, actor (Unsinkable Molly Brown, Saratoga Trunk)

1896-03-22

Joseph Schildkraut, Vienna Austria, actor (Joseph Schildkraut Presents, Diary of Anne Frank))

1896-12-03

John Urzidil, Austria/US writer (Die erbeuteten Frauen)

1897-04-23

John Wengraf, Vienna Austria, actor (12 to Moon, Pride & Passion)

1897-05-29

Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Brno Austria, movie composer (Violanta)

1897-12-10

Karl H Waggerl, Austria writer (Power of Love)

1898-08-12

Oscar Homolka, Vienna Austria, actor (I Remember Mama)

1900-03-06

Ludwig Donath, Vienna Austria, actor (Torn Curtain, Sirocco)

1900-05-12

Helene Weigel, Austria/German actress (Metropolis, Mutter Courage)

1900-08-22

Elizabeth Bergner, Vienna Austria, actress (Catherine the Great)

1900-08-23

Ernst Krenek, Vienna Austria, composer (Johnny Spielt Auf)

1900-11-19

Anton Walbrook, [Adolf Wohlbrook], Vienna Austria, actor (Laura)

1900-12-03

Richard Kuhn, Austria, biochemist, worked with vitamins (Nobel 1938)

1901-05-20

Otto Waldis, Austria, actor (Port of Hell, Unknown World)

1901-11-17

Lee Strasberg, Austria, acting coach/actor (Somewhere in the Night)

1902-02-13

Karl Menger, Austria/US mathematician (theory of dimension)

1902-04-08

Josef Krips, Vienna Austria, conductor (London Symph 1954-63)

1902-10-02

Leopold Figl, premier of Austria

1902-11-17

Lee Strasberg, Austria, acting coach/actor (And Justice for All)

1903-02-01

Georg Rendl, Austria miner/beekeeper/writer (The Bees Novel)

1903-08-22

René Wellek, Vienna Austria, writer (Concepts of Criticism)

1904-01-05

Erica Morini, Vienna Austria, concert violinist (d. 1995)

1904-03-07

Willy Forst, Austria actor/director (Vienna Blood)

1904-11-15

Tilly Losch, Vienna Austria, actress (Garden of Allah)

1904-12-15

William Hitzig, Austria, Maxwell physician

1905-01-26

Maria Augusta von Trapp, Austria, singer, inspired "Sound of Music", (d. 2014)

1905-09-28

William Northam, Austria, yachtsman (Olympic-gold-1964)

1905-12-05

Otto Preminger, Austria, director/producer (Laura, Exodus)

1906-02-08

Henry Roth, Austria-Hungary/US writer (Call it Sleep)

1906-06-14

Carl Esmond, Wien (Vienna) Austria, actor (Smash-Up)

1907-04-29

Fred Zinneman, Austria, director (From Here to Eternity, Julia)

1907-08-29

Joseph Wechsberg, Austria/US writer (Looking For a Bluebird)

1907-09-08

Leon Askin, Vienna Austria, actor (Pierre-Charlie Farrell Show)

1908-01-14

Carl Esmond, Vienna Austria, actor (Address Unknown, Hitler)

1908-04-05

Herbert von Karajan, Austria, Nazi/conductor (Berlin Philharmonic)

1908-04-28

Oskar Schindler, Zwittau, Moravia, Austria-Hungary, Austrian businessman and subject of the novel Schindler's Ark and the film Schindler's List. (d. 1974)

1909-06-16

Willi Boskovsky, Austria, conductor (new years concert)

1909-09-13

Herbert Berghof, Vienna Austria, actor (Belarus File)

1909-12-25

Mike Mazurki, Tarnopal Austria, actor/wrestler (Centerfold Girls)

1910-01-12

Luise Rainer, Austria, actress (Escapade, Good Earth, Big City)

1910-01-20

Joy Adamson, (born Friederike Viktoria Gessner) Troppau Austria-Hungary, naturalist/author (Born Free)

1910-01-28

John Banner, Vienna Austria, actor (Sgt Hans Schultz-Hogan's Heroes)

1910-08-15

Josef Klaus, Chancellor of Austria (1966-70)

1911-01-17

Hermann Pfrogner, Austria, musicologist (Zerrissene Orpheus)

1911-01-22

Bruno Kreisky, Austria, bandleader/chancellor (1970-83)

1912-01-16

Franz Tumler, Austria, author/novelist (Cloak, Aufruf)

1912-02-04

Erich Leinsdorf, Vienna Austria, available conductor & banana eater

1912-11-20

Otto von Habsburg, Felix Austria!

1913-08-12

Kurt Kaszner, Vienna Austria, actor (Cmdr Fitzhugh-Land of the Giants)

1913-11-09

Hedy Lamarr, Vienna Austria, actress (Ecstacy, Samson & Delilah)

1915-01-23

Herma Bauma, Austria, javelin thrower (Oly-gold-1948)

1915-03-17

William Roycroft, Austria, equestrian 3 day (Olympic-bronze-1976)

1915-03-20

Rudolf Kirchschläger, President of Austria (d. 2000)

1916-06-19

George Pravda, Prague, Austria-Hungary, actor (Thunderball, Firefox), (d. 1985)

1917-10-07

Helmut Dantine, Vienna Austria, actor (Shadow of the Cloak)

1919-02-07

Ilse Pausin, Austria, figure skating pairs (Olympics-silver-1936)

1919-10-28

Bernhard Wicki, St Polten Austria, director/actor (Crime & Passion)

1919-11-16

Felix Czerny, Hengst Maestoso Austria

1920-04-08

Erik Pausin, Austria, figure skating pairs (Olympics-silver-1936)

1921-03-06

Julius Rudel, Vienna Austria, conductor (NYC Opera 1957)

1921-11-01

Ilse Aichinger, Austria, author

1922-03-30

Turhan Bey, Vienna Austria, actor (Dragon Seed, Ali Baba & 40 Thieves)

1922-05-31

Elisabeth, arch duchess of Austria/princess of Liechtenstein

1923-05-27

Ingeborg "Inge" Morath, Graz Austria, Magnum photographer and wife of Arthur Miller

1923-08-30

Gerhard Wimberger, Austria composer (Glove)

1924-01-08

Robert Starer, Vienna Austria, composer

1925-07-10

Dorothea Hochletiner, Austria, giant slalom (Olympic-bronze-1956)

1926-01-15

Maria Schell, Vienna Austria, actress (Space 1999)

1926-06-25

Ingeborg Bachmann, Austria author/poet

1927-09-02

Trudi Jochum-Beiser, Austria, downhill skier (Olympic-gold-1952)

1927-10-06

Paul Badura-Skoda, Vienna Austria, pianist (Mozart Interpretation)

1928-01-20

William Berger, Austria, actress (Adventure of Hercules)

1928-03-24

Vanessa Brown, Vienna Austria, actress (My Favorite Husband)

1928-05-29

Felix Rohatyn, Vienna Austria, investment banker (NY Big MAC Bonds)

1929-04-08

Walter Berry, Austria singer/ex husband of Christa Ludwig

1930-12-08

Maximilian Schell, Austria, actor/director (Odessa File, Julia)

1932-11-04

Thomas Klestil, President of Austria (d. 2004)

1935-03-25

Susan Engel, Vienna Austria, actress (Ascendancy)

1935-11-17

Anton Sailer, Austria, skier (Olympic-3 golds-1956)

1936-05-19

Elisabeth Schwartz, Austria, pairs figure skater (Olympic-gold-1956)

1937-10-04

Franz Vranitzky, Austria union chancellor (1986- )

1938-09-23

Romy Schneider, Vienna Austria, actress (Bloodline, Death Watch)

1938-11-18

Karl Schranz, Austria, slalom (Olympic-1968)

1939-02-23

Josef Feistmantl, Austria, lugeist (Olympic-gold-1964)

1939-02-25

Marisa Mell, Graz Austria, actress (Masquerade, Casanova '70)

1939-09-01

Heinrich Messner, Austria, downhill skier (Olympic-bronze-1972)

1940-02-01

Bibi Besch, Vienna Austria, actress (Star Trek 2, Beast Within)

1941-03-27

Liese Prokop, Austria, pentathlete (Olympic-silver-1968)

1941-05-13

Senta Berger, Vienna Austria, actress (Cast a Giant Shadow)

1942-10-09

Shukri Ghanem, Vienna Austria, Libyan Prime Minister (2003-2006), (d. 2012)

1943-09-19

Christi Haas, Austria, downhill skier (Olympic-gold-1964)

1943-09-28

Gertrud "Traudl" Hecher, Austria, downhill skier (Olympic-bronze-1960)

1944-06-22

Klaus Maria Brandauer, Austria, actor (Mephisto, Out of Africa)

1945-01-11

Christine Kaufmann, Austria, actress (Town Without Pity, Red Lips)

1945-06-07

Wolfgang Schüssel, Chancellor of Austria

1946-01-01

Manfred Stengl, Austria, 2 man lugist (Olympic-gold-1960)

1947-02-16

Franz West, Vienna, Austria, artist (Flause), (d. 2012)

1947-06-04

Viktor Klima, Chancellor of Austria

1947-07-30

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Austria, body builder/actor/politician (Terminator, 38th Governor of California)

1947-09-14

Wolfgang Schwartz, Austria, figure skater (Olympic-gold-1968)

1947-09-16

Ilona Gusenbauer, Austria, high jumper (Olympic-bronze-1972)

1948-05-11

Alfred Matt, Austria, slalom (Olympic-bronze-1968)

1949-02-22

Nikki Lauda, Austria, formula 1 auto racer (world champ 1975, 77, 84)

1949-05-04

Sybil Danning, [Danninger], Weis Austria, actress (Chained Heat)

1951-04-13

Beatrix "Trixie" Schuba, Austria, figure skater (Olympic-gold-1972)

1953-12-03

Franz Klammer, Austria, downhill skier (Olympic-gold-1976)

1955-12-16

Prince Lorenz of Belgium, Archduke of Austria-Este

1958-04-01

Anton Innauer, Austria, 70m ski jumper (Olympic-gold-1980)

1959-09-04

Armin Kogler, Austria, skier (2-time winner of jumping World Cup)

1960-08-24

Franz Vienboeck, Austria, cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-13)

1961-12-13

Amy Austria, Brutal

1962-07-18

Engelbert Linder, hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)

1963-01-15

Richard Nasheim, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1963-04-26

Thomas Searle, hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)

1963-05-08

Clemens Lothaller, Austria, cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-13 backup)

1966-02-06

Alex Antonitsch, Austria, tennis star

1966-02-15

Petra Huber, Austria, tennis star

1966-03-02

Judith Wiesner, Hallein Austria, tennis star (1994 Schenectady)

1966-08-30

Simon Wheeldon, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1966-10-16

Gerhard Puschnik, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1966-11-15

Petra Huber, Austria, tennis star

1967-10-02

Thomas Muster, Leibnitz Austria, tennis star (1995 French Open)

1967-11-21

Dominic Lavoie, hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)

1968-07-21

Christian Perthaler, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1968-08-22

Horst Skoff, Austria, tennis star

1968-09-15

Michael Puschacher, hockey goalie (Team Austria 1998)

1969-02-08

Herb Hohenberger, hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)

1969-03-17

Gilbert Schaller, Bruck Austria, tennis star

1969-12-13

Norm Krumpschmd, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1969-12-16

Martin Ulrich, hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)

1970-02-21

Patrick Pilloni, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1970-05-25

Sandra Dopfer, Lustenau Austria, tennis star (1995 Futures-Lerida)

1970-07-24

Gerald Ressman, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1970-09-01

Barbara Paulus, Vienna Austria, tennis star

1970-09-17

Wolfgang Kromp, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1971-04-27

Hayley Carr, Salzburg Austria, actress (Courtney-As the World Turns)

1971-10-10

Claus Dalpiaz, hockey goaltender (Team Austria 1998)

1972-04-30

Mario Schaden, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1972-07-17

Michael Lampert, hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)

1972-09-07

Andreas Pusnik, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1974-06-26

Dieter Kalt, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1975-07-04

Reinhard Davis, hockey goaltender (Team Austria 1998)

1975-07-05

Christoph Brandner, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1976-03-10

Barbara Schett, Innsbruck Austria, tennis star

1976-08-15

Ger Unterluggauer, hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)

1977-01-29

Martin Hohenberger, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)

1977-02-22

Melanie Schnell, Radstadt Austria, tennis star (1994 semi Surabaya)

1980-12-07

Clemens Fritz, Group B: Austria vs. Germany

1982-05-31

Pamela Austria, Cloud Atlas

1988-02-29

Lena Gercke, Austria's Next Topmodel

1988-08-26

Princess Maria Laura of Belgium, Archduchess of Austria-Este

1991-12-25

Casey Austria, The Big Night at the Grandstand

Austria - Notable Weddings

Leopold IIAug 5, 1764

Wolfang Amadeus MozartAug 4, 1782

NapoleonFeb 11, 1810

Victor Emmanuel IIApr 12, 1842

Moises AlouMay 16, 1989

Ralf SchumacherOct 5, 2001

Austria - Weddings
Date Event
1490-12-14

Anna van Bretagne marries a proxy Maximilian of Austria

1515-07-22

Anna of Bohemia (12) marries Karel van Ferdinand of Austria

1764-08-05

Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II (17) weds queen Maria Luisa of Spain (18) in Innsbruck, Austria

1782-08-04

Musician Wolfang Amadeus Mozart (26) weds Constanze Weber in St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria

1810-02-11

French leader Napoleon I marries 2nd wife Marie-Louise of Austria

1842-04-12

Sardinia king Victor Emmanuel II (22) weds queen Adelaide of Austria (20) at Palazzina di caccia of Stupinigi

1854-04-24

Austria's Franz Joseph I marries Elisabeth A E "Sissi"

1911-11-04

Charles I of Austria marries Princess Zita of Bourbon-Parma

1989-05-16

MLB player Moises Alou (22) weds Austria Melo

2001-10-05

F1 racing driver Ralf Schumacher (26) weds former model Cora Brinkmann at the church of Maria Plain in Salzburg, Austria

2005-10-22

Austria's finance minister Karl-Heinz Grasser (36) weds Fiona Swarovski in Weissenkirchen, Austria

Austria - Notable Deaths

Franz FerdinandJun 28, 1914

Austria - Deaths
Date Event
404-10-06

Eudoxia Aelia, empress of Austria, dies

899-12-08

Arnulf of Carinthia, last emperor of Austria-France, dies

1018-06-23

Henry I of Austria

1055-05-26

Margrave Adalbert of Austria

1075-06-10

Ernest of Austria (b. 1027)

1095-10-12

Margrave Leopold II of Austria (b. 1050)

1136-11-15

Margrave Leopold III of Austria (b. 1073)

1141-10-18

Margrave Leopold IV of Austria

1177-01-13

Hendrik Jasomirgott Babenberg, Duke of Austria, dies. (b. 1107)

1194-12-31

Duke Leopold V of Austria (killed at a tournament) (b. 1157)

1198-04-16

Duke Frederick I of Austria

1230-07-28

Duke Leopold VI of Austria (b. 1176)

1246-06-15

Frederik II "the Strijdbare", duke of Austria, dies in battle at 25

1290-05-10

Duke Rudolph II of Austria (b. 1271)

1307-07-04

Rudolf III, Duke of Austria/King of Bohemia dies

1326-02-28

Duke Leopold I of Austria (b. 1290)

1339-02-17

Otto, Duke of Austria (b. 1301)

1358-08-16

Duke Albert II of Austria (b. 1298)

1365-07-27

Duke Rudolf IV of Austria (b. 1339)

1386-07-09

Leopold III of Austria (b. 1351)

1395-08-29

Duke Albert III of Austria (b. 1349)

1404-09-14

Albert IV of Austria (b. 1377)

1406-07-15

Duke William of Austria (b. c.1370)

1411-06-03

Duke Leopold IV of Austria (b. 1371)

1424-06-10

Duke Ernest of Austria (b. 1377)

1429-09-28

Cymburgis of Masovia, wife of Duke Ernest of Austria

1439-06-24

Duke Frederick IV of Austria (b. 1382)

1463-12-02

Archduke Albert VI of Austria (b. 1418)

1496-03-04

Sigismund of Austria (b. 1427)

1528-02-14

Edzard I the Great, count of Austria-E Frisia (1494-1528), dies at 66

1530-12-01

Margaretha of Austria, governess of the Netherlands, dies at 51

1558-02-25

Eleanor of Austria, Queen of Portugal and France (b. 1498)

1578-10-01

Don John of Austria, Spanish military leader, dies at 31

1586-01-18

Margaret of Austria, regent of The Netherlands (b. 1522)

1590-07-10

Archduke Charles II of Austria (b. 1540)

1595-01-24

Ferdinand II of Austria (b. 1529)

1595-02-12

Archduke Ernest of Austria, Governor of the Spanish Netherlands (b. 1553)

1595-02-20

Ernst, archduke of Austria, dies at 41

1618-11-02

Archduke Maximilian III of Austria (b. 1568)

1621-07-13

Albrecht/Albertus, archduke of Austria, dies at 61

1633-12-01

Isabella of Austria, infante of Spain/governess in Holland, dies at 67

1641-11-09

Ferdinand, of Austria, cardinal of Spain, dies at 32

1644-03-24

Cecilia Renata, arch duchess of Austria, dies

1662-11-20

Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria, Governor of the Spanish Netherlands (b. 1614)

1662-12-30

Archduke Ferdinand Charles of Austria (b. 1628)

1665-06-25

Archduke Sigismund Francis of Austria (b. 1630)

1665-09-25

Maria Anna of Austria, Electress of Bavaria (b. 1610)

1666-01-20

Anna of Austria, queen of France/daughter of Philip III, dies at 64

1701-01-04

Ernst R Tarhemberg, Austria, field marshal, dies at 62

1741-07-30

Wierich PL count von Daun, gov-gen of Austria & Netherlands, dies

1777-03-01

Georg Christoph Wagenzeil, Austria (court) composer/pianist, dies at 62

1780-11-29

Maria Theresia Hapsburg, Queen of Austria, dies at 63

1791-02-16

Richard earl d'Alton, Austria general of S Neth, commits suicide at 58

1791-12-05

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, composer, dies in Vienna Austria at 35

1811-07-28

Heinrich J von Collin, Austria dramatist/poet (Coriolan), dies

1820-01-25

Joseph F Weigl, German/Austria violin cellist, dies at 79

1824-06-18

Ferdinand III JJ-B, archduke of Austria/ruler of Toscane, dies at 55

1843-04-14

Joseph Franz Karl Lanner, Austria, composer/violist, dies at 42

1846-02-03

Joseph Weigl, Austria composer/conductor (Waisenhaus), dies at 79

1847-04-30

Charles L J, archduke of Austria/gov-gen (Austria-Netherland), dies

1847-12-17

Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria, second wife of Napoleon (b. 1791)

1849-09-03

Earnest Freiherr von Feuchtersleben, Austria writer/physician, dies

1850-01-01

Raphael G Kiesewetter, Austria musicologist, dies at 76

1850-11-05

Ferdinand KJ, archduke of Austria, dies at 69

1855-05-04

Camille Pleyel, Austria piano builder/composer, dies at 66

1858-04-07

Anton Diabelli, Austria publisher/composer, dies at 76

1859-05-10

John Archduke of Austria, dies

1866-03-24

Maria Amalia, of Bourbon-Sicily, wife of Louis Filips of Austria, dies

1875-06-29

Ferdinand I KLJM de Goedige, Emperor of Austria, dies at 82

1876-06-28

August W Ambros, Austria musicologist, dies at 59

1885-05-29

Alfred von Meissner, Austria physician/writer (Ziska), dies at 63

1889-01-30

Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria (b. 1858)

1893-11-12

Alexander Freiherr von Bach, premier of Austria (1852-59), dies at 80

1895-10-31

Franz Hedrich, Austria writer, dies at about 62

1895-11-29

Eduard count von Taaffe, Austria premier (1868..93), dies at 62

1898-06-22

Anton Kerner Ritter von Marilaun, Austria botanist, dies at 66

1898-09-10

Elisabeth AE, empress of Austria/wife of Franz Joseph I, dies at 60

1899-06-03

Johann Baptist Strauss, Austria, composer (Waltz King), dies at 73

1904-10-08

Gustav Ratzenhofer, Austria sociologist/philosopher, dies at 62

1909-07-09

Kasimir Felix Badeni, Premier of Polish/Austria (1895-97), dies at 62

1912-02-17

Aloys von Aerenthal, foreign minister (Austria-Hungary), dies at 57

1914-06-28

Sophie, Princess of Austria, assassinated

1914-06-28

Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria is assassinated in Sarajevo by young Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip, led to declarations of war in WWI

1914-11-03

Georg Trakl, Austria poet (Totentag, Cocaine Overdose), dies at 27

1915-01-02

Karl Goldmark, Austria-Hungarian composer (Queen of Saba), dies at 84

1916-10-21

Karl von Storgkh, premier Austria, assassinated

1916-11-21

Franz Jozef I, King of Austria/Hungary, dies

1918-10-31

Egon Schiele, Austria painter/graphic artist, dies at 28

1922-04-01

Charles I, emperor (Austria)/King of Hungary (Charles IV), dies

1925-09-16

Leo Fall, Austria operetta composer (That Pink von Stambul), dies

1926-09-17

August Sauer, Austria literature historian, dies at 70

1928-03-31

Gustave Ador, president of Austria (1919), dies at 82

1929-02-06

Maria Christina of Austria, Visita de Doña María Cristina y Alfonso XIII a Barcelona

1929-09-23

Richard A Zsigmondy, Austria chemist (Nobel 1925), dies at 64

1933-08-22

Adolf Loos, Austria architect (building of houses), dies at 62

1933-09-25

Paul Ehrenfest, Austria/Neth physicist, dies at 53

1934-06-27

Max Pallenberg, Austria actor (Brave Suender), dies in air crash at 56

1937-04-02

Nathan Birnbaum, Austria philosopher (Zionism), dies at about 72

1937-05-28

Alfred Adler, Austria psychiatrist (Individual Psychology), dies at 67

1939-01-10

Julius Bittner, Austria composer (Missa Austriaca), dies at 64

1939-01-23

Matthias Sindelar, Austria soccer star, commits suicide

1939-05-27

Joseph Roth, Austria journalist (Fluctuate ohne Ende), dies at 44

1939-10-31

Otto Rank, [Rosenfeld], Austria psychoanalyst (Trauma of Geburt), dies

1940-09-07

Edmund Rumpler, Austria auto/airplane builder, dies

1941-10-03

Wilhelm Kienzl, Austria composer (Kuhreigen), dies at 84

1942-05-07

Felix Paul von Weingartner, Austria conductor/composer, dies at 79

1942-10-10

Richard von Schaukal, Austria poet/writer (Schlemihle), dies at 68

1945-04-03

Joseph Weinheber, Austria poet/writer (Vienna Verbatim), dies at 43

1946-07-04

Othenio Able, Austria paleontology, dies at 71

1947-03-23

Archduchess Luise of Austria, Princess of Tuscany (b. 1870)

1947-10-08

Felix Salten, [Siegmund Salzmann], Austria writer (Bambi), dies at 78

1950-02-03

Karl Seitz, president of Austria, dies at 80

1950-04-08

Albert Ehrenstein, Austria writer (Strum), dies at 63

1951-04-29

Ludwig J J Wittgenstein, Austria/English philosopher, dies at 62

1951-07-13

Arnold Schoenberg, Austria/US composer (Verklärte Nacht), dies at 76

1951-08-15

Artur Schnabel, Austria/US pianist (Reflections on Music), dies at 69

1957-11-03

Wilhelm Reich, Austria/US psycho analyst (sexual), dies at 60

1957-11-29

Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Austria/US composer (Kathrin), dies at 60

1958-03-14

Archduke Leopold of Austria, Four Sons

1960-01-02

Friedrich Adler, Austria soc-dem, murdered PM Storgkh, dies at 80

1960-09-22

Melanie Klein, Austria/British psycho analyst, dies at 78

1962-01-29

Fritz Kreisler, Austria/US violinist/composer, dies at 86

1962-07-06

Archduke Joseph August of Austria, Austrian field marshal (b. 1872)

1963-01-03

Oscar Backing, Austria/Neth viola player, dies at 83

1965-02-28

Adolf Scharf, president of Austria (1957-65), dies at 74

1965-05-09

Leopold Figl, premier Austria, dies at 62

1965-06-07

Richard Billinger, Austria poet/writer (Bauernpassion), dies

1968-01-17

Julis Deutsch, Austria politician/general Spanish rep army, dies at 83

1968-10-27

Lise Meitner, Austria/Swedish physics (protactinium), dies at 89

1969-01-05

Franz T Csokor, Austria author (Gottes General), dies at 83

1971-01-23

Fritz Feigl, Austria-born chemist (b. 1871)

1971-12-13

Max Mell, Austria artillery officer/literary, dies at 88

1973-11-04

Karl H Waggerl, Austria author (Green Friends), dies at 75

1974-11-09

Egon Joseph Wellesz, Austria, composer/musicologist, dies at 89

1980-02-22

Oskar Kokoschka, Austria/British painter/graphic artist, dies at 93

1982-10-09

Anna Freud, Austria/Engl psychoanalyst/daughter of Sigmund, dies at 86

1989-02-27

Conrad Lorenz, Austria zoologist (Nobel 1973), dies

1989-02-27

Konrad Lorenz, Austria zoologist (Nobel 1973), dies at 85

1989-03-14

Zita, Empress of Austria/Queen of Hungary, dies at 96

1990-07-29

Bruno Kreisky, union chancellor Austria, dies

1990-10-27

Princess Sophie von Hohenberg, daughter of assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria (b. 1901)

1993-01-06

Elisabeth, arch duch of Austria/princess of Liechtenstein, dies at 70

1993-09-11

Erich Leinsdorf, Austria/US conductor/author (Cadenza), dies at 81

1993-11-16

Lucia Popp, Czech/Austria soprano (Vienna Opera), dies at 54

1994-02-27

Leopold "Hans" Kohr, Austria social philosopher/economist, dies at 84

2004-07-06

Thomas Klestil, President of Austria (b. 1932)

2010-02-03

Regina, Crown Princess of Austria (b. 1925)

2011-07-04

Otto von Habsburg, last crown prince of Austria-Hungary and MEP (1979-1999) (b. 1912)

2011-07-04

Otto von Habsburg, Felix Austria!


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