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EM 2016: Österreich - Ungarn: die Bilder der Partie.Außenseiter Ungarn ist mit einem überraschenden Sieg gegen Nachbar Österreich in die Europameisterschaft gestartet. Am ersten Spieltag der Gruppe F. BasketballFIBA Europe EM Qualifikation /Gruppe FUngarn - ÖsterreichÜbersicht. Spieldetails. Aktualisieren. Gruppe F. Ungarn. -: . EM Am trifft Österreich am yobukodeika.comag der Gruppe F im Stade de Bordeaux auf Nachbar Ungarn! Alle Infos zum Klassiker findest du hier!
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Slowakei setzt sich gegen Nordirland durch Auch die Slowakei hat sich qualifiziert für die Endrunde - zum zweiten Mal in Folge.
Überwältigte Mazedonier. EURO Neuer Abschnitt Top-Themen auf sportschau. Der Alaba drückt den Ball schon irgendwie über die Linie.
Entsetzen und Fassungslosigkeit nach dem Die ersten Fans verlassen das Stadion noch vor Abpfiff.
Andere sitzen noch lange nach Spielende versteinert auf ihrem Platz, ihr Blick geht ins Leere. Die Öffi-Probleme gehen nach dem Match weiter.
Nur wenige Busse stehen bereit, die Abfahrt mit der Tram verläuft mehr als schleppend. Unterwegs zuzusteigen, ist unmöglich. Zu vollgestopft ist jeder einzelne Waggon.
Und wieder passiert es: "Broken! Die Ungarn sind weiter in Feierlaune, die Österreicher versuchen, die Niederlage zu verarbeiten.
This division of labour between the east and west, besides the existing economic and monetary union , led to an even more rapid economic growth throughout Austria-Hungary by the early 20th century.
However, since the turn of the twentieth century, the Austrian half of the Monarchy could preserve its dominance within the empire in the sectors of the first industrial revolution , but Hungary had a better position in the industries of the second industrial revolution , in these modern sectors of the second industrial revolution the Austrian competition could not become dominant.
The empire's heavy industry had mostly focused on machine building, especially for the electric power industry , locomotive industry and automotive industry , while in light industry the precision mechanics industry was the most dominant.
Through the years leading up to World War I the country became the 4th biggest machine manufacturer in the world.
Hungarian car production started in Automotive factories in the Kingdom of Hungary manufactured motorcycles, cars, taxicabs, trucks and buses.
The first Hungarian water turbine was designed by the engineers of the Ganz Works in , the mass production with dynamo generators started in Tungsram is a Hungarian manufacturer of light bulbs and vacuum tubes since The tungsten filament lasted longer and gave brighter light than the traditional carbon filament.
Tungsten filament lamps were first marketed by the Hungarian company Tungsram in This type is often called Tungsram-bulbs in many European countries.
Despite the long experimentation with vacuum tubes at Tungsram company, the mass production of radio tubes begun during WW1,  and the production of X-ray tubes started also during the WW1 in Tungsram Company.
The Orion Electronics was founded in Its main profiles were the production of electrical switches, sockets, wires, incandescent lamps, electric fans, electric kettles, and various household electronics.
In , the Tungsram company also started to produce microphones, telephone apparatuses, telephone switchboards and cables. The Ericsson company also established a factory for telephones and switchboards in Budapest in The first airplane in Austria was Edvard Rusjan 's design, the Eda I, which had its maiden flight in the vicinity of Gorizia on 25 November Between and , the Hungarian aircraft industry began developing.
The locomotive steam engines and wagons, bridge and iron structures factories were installed in Vienna Locomotive Factory of the State Railway Company , founded in , in Wiener Neustadt New Vienna Locomotive Factory , founded in , and in Floridsdorf Floridsdorf Locomotive Factory , founded in The first telegraph connection Vienna — Brno — Prague had started operation in The first telegraph connection between Vienna and Pest—Buda later Budapest was constructed in ,  and Vienna—Zagreb in Austria subsequently joined a telegraph union with German states.
The first telephone exchange was opened in Zagreb 8 January ,    the second was in Budapest 1 May ,  and the third was opened in Vienna 3 June Public telephone stations appeared in the s, and they quickly became widespread in post offices and railway stations.
Two decades before the introduction of radio broadcasting, people could listen to political, economic and sport news, cabaret, music and opera in Budapest daily.
It operated over a special type of telephone exchange system. By , the combined length of the railway tracks of the Austrian Empire and Kingdom of Hungary reached 43, kilometres 26, miles.
Rail transport expanded rapidly in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Its predecessor state , the Habsburg Empire , had built a substantial core of railways in the west, originating from Vienna, by Austria's first steam railway from Vienna to Moravia with its terminus in Galicia Bochnie was opened in At that point, the government realized the military possibilities of rail and began to invest heavily in construction.
The government then began to sell off large portions of track to private investors to recoup some of its investments and because of the financial strains of the Revolution and of the Crimean War.
From to , private interests conducted almost all rail construction. During this time, many new areas joined the railway system and the existing rail networks gained connections and interconnections.
This period marked the beginning of widespread rail transportation in Austria-Hungary, and also the integration of transportation systems in the area.
Railways allowed the empire to integrate its economy far more than previously possible, when transportation depended on rivers.
After , the Austrian and the Hungarian governments slowly began to renationalize their rail networks, largely because of the sluggish pace of development during the worldwide depression of the s.
Most of this constituted "filling in" of the existing network, although some areas, primarily in the far east, gained rail connections for the first time.
The railway reduced transportation costs throughout the empire, opening new markets for products from other lands of the Dual Monarchy.
By , the total length of the rail networks of Hungarian Kingdom reached 22, kilometres 14, miles , the Hungarian network linked more than 1, settlements.
This has ranked Hungarian railways the 6th most dense in the world ahead of Germany and France. Horse-drawn tramways appeared in the first half of the 19th century.
Between the s and s many were built. Vienna , Budapest , Brno Steam trams appeared in the late s. The electrification of tramways started from the late s.
The first electrified tramway in Austria-Hungary was built in Budapest in The Budapest Metro Line 1 originally the "Franz Joseph Underground Electric Railway Company" is the second oldest underground railway in the world  the first being the London Underground's Metropolitan Line and the third being Glasgow , and the first on the European mainland.
It was built from to and opened on 2 May In the engineer C. It was born from the desire of Austria-Hungary to have a direct link to the Adriatic Sea  but was never constructed.
The riverbed rocks and the associated rapids made the gorge valley an infamous passage for shipping.
In German, the passage is still known as the Kataraktenstrecke, even though the cataracts are gone. Near the actual " Iron Gates " strait the Prigrada rock was the most important obstacle until the river widened considerably here and the water level was consequently low.
Upstream, the Greben rock near the "Kazan" gorge was notorious. The length of the Tisza in Hungary used to be 1, kilometres miles. It flowed through the Great Hungarian Plain , which is one of the largest flat areas in central Europe.
Since plains can cause a river to flow very slowly, the Tisza used to follow a path with many curves and turns, which led to many large floods in the area.
The most important seaport was Trieste today part of Italy , where the Austrian merchant marine was based.
Two major shipping companies Austrian Lloyd and Austro-Americana and several shipyards were located there. From to , Venice had been part of the Habsburg empire.
The loss of Venice prompted the development of the Austrian merchant marine. By , the commercial marine of Austria, comprised 16, vessels with a tonnage of ,, and crews number-ing 45, Of the total of , tons were steamers, and 16, of 48, tons were sailing vessels  The Austrian Lloyd was one of the biggest ocean shipping companies of the time.
Prior to the beginning of World War I, the company owned 65 middle-sized and large steamers. The ships of the Austro-Hungarian navy were built in Trieste's shipyards.
Pola Pula , today part of Croatia was also especially significant for the navy. The most important seaport for the Hungarian part of the k.
The commercial marine of the Kingdom of Hungary in comprised vessels of , tons, and crews numbering 3, Of the total number of vessels , of , tons were steamers, and of 1, tons were sailing vessels.
The Austro-Hungarian Army was under the command of Archduke Albrecht, Duke of Teschen — , an old-fashioned bureaucrat who opposed modernization.
Its military force was composed of the common army ; the special armies, namely the Austrian Landwehr , and the Hungarian Honved , which were separate national institutions, and the Landsturm or levy-en masse.
As stated above, the common army stood under the administration of the joint minister of war, while the special armies were under the administration of the respective ministries of national defence.
The yearly contingent of recruits for the army was fixed by the military bills voted on by the Austrian and Hungarian parliaments, and was generally determined on the basis of the population, according to the last census returns.
It amounted in to , men, of which Austria furnished 59, men, and Hungary 43, Besides 10, men were annually allotted to the Austrian Landwehr, and 12, to the Hungarian Honved.
The term of service was two years three years in the cavalry with the colours, seven or eight in the reserve and two in the Landwehr; in the case of men not drafted to the active army the same total period of service was spent in various special reserves.
The common minister of war was the head for the administration of all military affairs, except those of the Austrian Landwehr and of the Hungarian Honved, which were committed to the ministries for national defence of the two respective states.
But the supreme command of the army was nominally vested in the monarch, who had the power to take all measures regarding the whole army. In practice the emperor's nephew Archduke Albrecht was his chief military advisor and made the policy decisions.
The Austro-Hungarian navy was mainly a coast defence force, and also included a flotilla of monitors for the Danube. It was administered by the naval department of the ministry of war.
Russian Pan-Slavic organizations sent aid to the Balkan rebels and so pressured the tsar's government to declare war on the Ottoman Empire in in the name of protecting Orthodox Christians.
This treaty sparked an international uproar that almost resulted in a general European war. Austria-Hungary and Britain feared that a large Bulgaria would become a Russian satellite that would enable the tsar to dominate the Balkans.
British prime minister Benjamin Disraeli moved warships into position against Russia to halt the advance of Russian influence in the eastern Mediterranean so close to Britain's route through the Suez Canal.
The Congress of Berlin rolled back the Russian victory by partitioning the large Bulgarian state that Russia had carved out of Ottoman territory and denying any part of Bulgaria full independence from the Ottomans.
Austria occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina as a way of gaining power in the Balkans. Serbia, Montenegro and Romania became fully independent. Nonetheless the Balkans remained a site of political unrest with teeming ambition for independence and great power rivalries.
As a result, Greater Bulgaria was broken up and Serbian independence was guaranteed. In another measure to keep the Russians out of the Balkans Austria-Hungary formed an alliance, the Mediterranean Entente, with Britain and Italy in and concluded mutual defence pacts with Germany in and Romania in against a possible Russian attack.
Anxious about Balkan instability and Russian aggression, and to counter French interests in Europe, Austria-Hungary forged a defensive alliance with Germany in October and in May In October Italy joined this partnership in the Triple Alliance largely because of Italy's imperial rivalries with France.
The annexation in led some in Vienna to contemplate combining Bosnia and Herzegovina with Croatia to form a third Slavic component of the monarchy.
The deaths of Franz Joseph's brother, Maximilian , and his only son, Rudolf made the Emperor's nephew, Franz Ferdinand , heir to the throne.
The Archduke was rumoured to have been an advocate for this trialism as a means to limit the power of the Hungarian aristocracy.
A proclamation issued on the occasion of its annexation to the Habsburg Monarchy in promised these lands constitutional institutions, which should secure to their inhabitants full civil rights and a share in the management of their own affairs by means of a local representative assembly.
In performance of this promise a constitution was promulgated in This included a Territorial Statute Landesstatut with the setting up of a Territorial Diet, regulations for the election and procedure of the Diet, a law of associations, a law of public meetings, and a law dealing with the district councils.
According to this statute Bosnia-Herzegovina formed a single administrative territory under the responsible direction and supervision of the Ministry of Finance of the Dual Monarchy in Vienna.
The administration of the country, together with the carrying out of the laws, devolved upon the Territorial Government in Sarajevo, which was subordinate and responsible to the Common Ministry of Finance.
The existing judicial and administrative authorities of the Territory retained their previous organization and functions. That statute introduced the modern rights and laws in Bosnia — Herzegovina, and it guaranteed generally the civil rights of the inhabitants of the Territory, namely citizenship, personal liberty, protection by the competent judicial authorities, liberty of creed and conscience, preservation of the national individuality and language, freedom of speech, freedom of learning and education, inviolability of the domicile, secrecy of posts and telegraphs, inviolability of property, the right of petition, and finally the right of holding meetings.
The Diet Sabor of Bosnia-Herzegovina set up consisted of a single Chamber, elected on the principle of the representation of interests.
It numbered 92 members. Of these 20 consisted of representatives of all the religious confessions, the president of the Supreme Court, the president of the Chamber of Advocates, the president of the Chamber of Commerce, and the mayor of Sarajevo.
In addition to these were 72 deputies, elected by three curiae or electoral groups. The first curia included the large landowners, the highest taxpayers, and people who had reached a certain standard of education without regard to the amount they paid in taxes.
To the second curia belonged inhabitants of the towns not qualified to vote in the first; to the third, country dwellers disqualified in the same way.
With this curial system was combined the grouping of the mandates and of the electors according to the three dominant creeds Catholic, Serbian Orthodox, Muslim.
To the adherents of other creeds the right was conceded of voting with one or other of the religious electoral bodies within the curia to which they belonged.
It injured some people nearby, and Franz Ferdinand's convoy could carry on. The other assassins failed to act as the cars drove past them quickly.
About an hour later, when Franz Ferdinand was returning from a visit at the Sarajevo Hospital, the convoy took a wrong turn into a street where Gavrilo Princip by coincidence stood.
With a pistol, Princip shot and killed Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie. The reaction among the Austrian people was mild, almost indifferent.
As historian Z. Zeman later wrote, "the event almost failed to make any impression whatsoever. On Sunday and Monday [June 28 and 29], the crowds in Vienna listened to music and drank wine, as if nothing had happened.
The assassination excessively intensified the existing traditional religion-based ethnic hostilities in Bosnia. However, in Sarajevo itself, Austrian authorities encouraged   violence against the Serb residents, which resulted in the Anti-Serb riots of Sarajevo , in which Catholic Croats and Bosnian Muslims killed two and damaged numerous Serb-owned buildings.
While the empire's military spending had not even doubled since the Congress of Berlin , Germany's spending had risen fivefold, and the British, Russian, and French expenditures threefold.
The empire had lost ethnic Italian areas to Piedmont because of nationalist movements that had swept through Italy, and many Austro-Hungarians perceived as imminent the threat of losing to Serbia the southern territories inhabited by Slavs.
Serbia had recently gained considerable territory in the Second Balkan War of , causing much distress in government circles in Vienna and Budapest.
Former ambassador and foreign minister Count Alois Aehrenthal had assumed that any future war would be in the Balkan region.
He used the hitherto unknown word "Weltkrieg" meaning World War. They proposed to solve the dispute with arms, attacking Serbia.
Tisza proposed to give the government of Serbia time to take a stand as to whether it was involved in the organisation of the murder and proposed a peaceful resolution, arguing that the international situation would settle soon.
Returning to Budapest, he wrote to Emperor Franz Joseph saying he would not take any responsibility for the armed conflict because there was no proof that Serbia had plotted the assassination.
Tisza opposed a war with Serbia, stating correctly, as it turned out that any war with the Serbs was bound to trigger a war with Russia and hence a general European war.
He thought that even a successful Austro-Hungarian war would be disastrous for the integrity of Kingdom of Hungary, where Hungary would be the next victim of Austrian politics.
After a successful war against Serbia, Tisza foresaw a possible Austrian military attack against the Kingdom of Hungary, where the Austrians want to break up the territory of Hungary.
Some members of the government, such as Count Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf, had wanted to confront the resurgent Serbian nation for some years in a preventive war, but the Emperor, 84 years old and an enemy of all adventures, disapproved.
The Kaiser read both papers quite carefully in my presence. First, His Majesty assured me that he had expected us to take firm action against Serbia, but he had to concede that, as a result of the conflicts facing [Franz Joseph], he needed to take into account a serious complication in Europe, which is why he did not wish to give any definite answer prior to consultations with the chancellor As mentioned, he first had to consult with the Chancellor, but he did not have the slightest doubt that Herr von Bethmann Hollweg would fully agree with him, particularly with regard to action on our part against Serbia.
In his [Wilhelm's] opinion, though, there was no need to wait patiently before taking action. Ansonsten aber taten sich die Österreicher gegen die selbstbewussten und engagierten Ungarn schwer.
Mit ihrem Pressing verhinderten die Ungarn effektiv die Tempoaufnahme im österreichischen Spiel. Bis auf ein, zwei Distanzschüsse von Kleinheisler waren aber auch die ungarischen Angriffsversuche früh beendet.
Auf der anderen Seite musste Keeper Kiraly erst in der Minute wieder seine Jogginghose richten, nachdem er einen Aufsetzer Zlatko Junuzovics mit langem Arm klasse von der Linie gekratzt hatte.
Nach dem Seitenwechsel erwiesen sich die Ungarn weiter als unbequemer Gegner. Die Pressestimmen zum Fehlstart.
Ein solcher hat sich in der Sekunde des Spiels zwischen Österreich und Ungarn ereignet. Allein, der Ball klatschte von der Stange zurück.
Presse: "Das Märchen wird zum Albtraum. Österreichs Spieler waren sich ihrer Favoritenrolle insgeheim bestimmt bewusst, wenngleich sie sie öffentlich nicht annehmen wollten.
Doch die höhere individuelle Klasse von Alaba und Co. Die vom Deutschen Bernd Storck trainierte Mannschaft wurde immer stärker, je länger das Spiel dauerte.
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