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AHAmpere-Hour
AHArt History (various universities)
AHAss Hole
AHAfter Hours
AHAuction House
AHAttack Helicopter
AHAdaptive Hypermedia
AHAchievement Hunter (gaming)
AHAdolf Hitler
AHAffordable Housing
AHArterial Hypertension
AHAustria-Hungary
AHAlternate History (fiction genre)
AHHospital Ship
AHArts and Humanities
AHAryl Hydrocarbon
AHAmerican Health (journal)
AHAlien Hominid (game)
AHAlyson Hannigan (actress)
AHAlbert Heijn
AHArmy Hospital
AHAuthentication Header
AHAnimal House (movie)
AHAldehyde
AHAntihistamines
AHAustin-Healy (British automobile brand)
AHAuditory Hallucination
AHApplication Header (TMN)
AHAdvanced Higher (education)
AHAvailable Hours
AHArathi Highlands (gaming, World of Warcraft)
AHAustralian Hard (Wheat)
AHArtificial Horizon
AHAbbie Hoffman (activist)
AHAspen Hill (Maryland)
AHAlternative Hypothesis
AHAd Honorem (Latin: in honor of, epigraphy)
AHAir Handler
AHAddress Handling (3GPP function of the CSCF)
AHArmor Holdings, Inc. (now BAE Systems Mobility & Proection Systems)
AHAllan Houston (NBA Player)
AHAbsolute Humidity
AHAnno Hegirae
AHAnchorhead (gaming, Star Wars Galaxies)
AHAngela Hewitt (classical pianist)
AHAfter the Hijrah
AHAnfernee Hardaway (basketball player)
AHApplicant's Handbook
AHAdaptive Hypertext and Hypermedia
AHAmphipathic Helix
AHAmerican Honda Motor Co., Inc.
AHAmersham Health
AHácido hialurónico
AHAutomated Howitzer
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)
AHAqua Harvest Limited (startup aquaculture project)
AHApocalyptic Harbingers (gaming clan)
AHAirfield Heliport
AHAccent Height
AHAttention Horde (gaming clan)
AHAllowance Holder
AHAccess Handoff
AHAssociate Hermite (expansion)
AHAiredale Harriers (UK)
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Austria-Hungary in 1914 had a population over just over 50 million.
The empire's formal demise, Wilson says, "coincided with the emergence of modern nationalism," and revolutionary and Napoleonic France indeed lit the fires of European nationalism, which sooner found a home in Protestant Prussia than in Catholic Austria-Hungary.
Breakups of Austria-Hungary, Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union could serve as warnings for possible collapse of the EU and subsequent global shock
Note these divisions were large formations, the more so as Austria-Hungary and Russia fielded divisions of eighteen and sixteen battalions respectively, compared to the more common twelve.
Italy being under customs war with France, uneasy by the rapprochement between the latter and Russia also being engaged in a colonial policy in Africa also agreed to renew the Triple Alliance, despite pressure from Paris and differences with Austria-Hungary, due to the problem of Italians in the Dual Monarchy and also because of the Balkans issue (Stieve, 1929: 44).
A second European area of contention was the Trentino, in the Tyrol region between Austria-Hungary and Italy, and a third was Trieste, a port city at the head of the Adriatic Sea.
August 6: Austria-Hungary declares war on Russia, and Serbia declares war on Germany.
In a matter of days Germany, Russia, Britain and France were all drawn into the war with western and eastern fronts rapidly opening along the borders of Germany and Austria-Hungary.
ONE HUNDRED years ago the course of European history swerved towards catastrophe, when Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia and the inferno remembered as the First World War caught light.
Two days later, Germany's ally, Austria-Hungary, also declared war on Russia, prompting Russia's ally, Serbia (which essentially had triggered the whole mess) to declare war on Germany.
"Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, and the Princess of Hohenberg, his morganatic wife, were shot dead yesterday by a student in the main street of the Bosnian capital a short time after they had escaped death from a bomb hurled at the royal auto.
Born in 1909 in what was then Austria-Hungary, Bandera led one of the factions of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, a proto-fascist movement that advocated sovereignty for ethnic Ukrainiansand the removal of other ethnic groups from Ukrainian territory.
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