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archduke British & World English

A chief duke, in particular (formerly) the son of the Emperor of Austria

Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Franz Josef British & World English

(1830–1916), emperor of Austria 1848–1916 and king of Hungary 1867–1916. He gave Hungary equal status with Austria in 1867. His annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1908) contributed to European political tensions, and the assassination in Sarajevo of his heir apparent, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, precipitated the First World War

Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo British & World English

The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina; population 304,600 (est. 2008)