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Newspaper Hungary 1874

Newspaper Hungary 1875

Newspaper Hungary 1888

Newspaper Hungary 1898

The Austro-Hungarian Empire was ruled by three different bodies: the Hungarian government that ruled Hungary. The Austrian government, which ruled half the Austrian, its colony was in Vienna. A unified government led by the emperor.
Hungary and Austria had separate laws, separate prime ministers, separate interior ministers and separate passports. The coordination between the various bodies was the responsibility of the monarch, who was simultaneously crowned king of Hungary and emperor of Austria. Yes, it was the responsibility of the monarch to deal with foreign policy and customs policy. The Austro-Hungarian army was not divided between the two policies and was under one command. The monarch was recognized as its commander-in-chief, and alongside him stood a general headquarters that included both Austrians and Hungarians. "Imperial and Royal Army."