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AHAmpere-Hour
AHArt History (various universities)
AHAfter Hours
AHAdaptive Hypermedia
AHAdolf Hitler
AHAlternate History (fiction genre)
AHAlien Hominid (game)
AHAmerican Health (journal)
AHAlyson Hannigan (actress)
AHAlbert Heijn
AHAnimal House (movie)
AHAldehyde
AHAntihistamines
AHAdvanced Higher (education)
AHAbbie Hoffman (activist)
AHAlternative Hypothesis
AHAd Honorem (Latin: in honor of, epigraphy)
AHAir Handler
AHAddress Handling (3GPP function of the CSCF)
AHAllan Houston (NBA Player)
AHAbsolute Humidity
AHAnno Hegirae
AHAnchorhead (gaming, Star Wars Galaxies)
AHAngela Hewitt (classical pianist)
AHAfter the Hijrah
AHAnfernee Hardaway (basketball player)
AHAdaptive Hypertext and Hypermedia
AHAmphipathic Helix
AHAmerican Honda Motor Co., Inc.
AHAmersham Health
AHácido hialurónico
AHAngell Hall (University of Michigan)
AHAkademiya Nauk (Russian Academy of Sciences)
AHAnaheim Hills, California
AHAgricultural Holding
AHAir Algerie - Algeria (IATA airline code)
AHAnimeHeaven (IRC)
AHAdd Halfword (IBM)
AHAcronym Hell
AHAlternate Headquarters
AHAeroHydro (CAD vendor)
AHApocalyptic Harbingers (gaming clan)
AHAirfield Heliport
AHAccent Height
AHAttention Horde (gaming clan)
AHAllowance Holder
AHAccess Handoff
AHAssociate Hermite (expansion)
AHAiredale Harriers (UK)
AHApplication Header (TMN)
AHArtificial Horizon
AHAss Hole
AHAttack Helicopter
AHAustralian Hard (Wheat)
AHAuthentication Header
AHAutomated Howitzer
AHHospital Ship
AHArts and Humanities
AHArmy Hospital
AHAvailable Hours
AHAustria-Hungary
AHApplicant's Handbook
AHAspen Hill (Maryland)
AHAuction House
AHAustin-Healy (British automobile brand)
AHAuditory Hallucination
AHAryl Hydrocarbon
AHArathi Highlands (gaming, World of Warcraft)
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Regarding Austria-Hungary, Romania was in conflict because of its status in the Danube Commission, because of the economic boycott of the dual monarchy markets, but mostly over the issue of Romanians in Transylvania.
The aspirations of the Slavs living in the Balkans and within the borders of Austria-Hungary were strongly supported by Russia, not only because of common ethnicity, but also because any force that might serve to weaken Austria-Hungary would aid Russia in achieving its ambitions.
August 22: Austria-Hungary declares war on Belgium.
A century ago today, under pressure from Germany, Austria-Hungary declared war.
allied to both Germany and Austria-Hungary, was able to avoid entering
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2) Austria-Hungary accordingly used the London Conference in an attempt to gain international agreement to undertake the clearance of these natural obstacles to trade.
Four years after Emperor Francis Joseph made a deal with the Magyars creating Austria-Hungary, he was willing to do the same with the Czechs in 1871.
He would be well aware that Yugoslavia only came into existence in 1919 as an idea as prior to then it was made of separate countries of which Austria-Hungary was one, and did not totally exist as unified until 1929.
The focus on conflicts between German and Austria-Hungary revolving around Austria-Hungary's obsession with Russia and Germany's acute awareness of fighting a two-front war, and the strategic implications of this struggle, are also absent from most English-language analysis of the conflict.
Howard Zinn was born to working-class Jewish immigrants from Austria-Hungary in 1922.
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