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Česky: Rozdělení Rakouska-Uherska po první světové válce, podle Pařížských předměstských smluv ( Versailles s Německem, Saint-Germain-en-Laye s Rakouskem, Neuilly-sur-Seine s Bulharskem, Trianon s Maďarskem, Sèvres s Tureckem), dojednaných na Pařížské mírové konferenci ( 1919).
Deutsch: Das Ende Österreich-Ungarns nach den Pariser Vorortverträgen.
English: The end of Austria-Hungary after the Paris Treaty.
   Border of Austria-Hungary in 1914
   Borders in 1914
   Borders in 1920
   Empire of Austria in 1914
   Kingdom of Hungary in 1914
   Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1914
Date 2010-11-23 21:37 (UTC)
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