The development of radio and related technologies at the beginning of the century heralded the birth of what we now call electronics, and with it, mass media.
In 1908, Austria-Hungary formally annexed Bosnia, which she had been governing for 30 years. For the first time in Franz Josef's 60-year reign, Austria was gaining, rather than losing, territory. A cause for celebration, right?
We take a look at the convoluted ethnic makeup of Austria-Hungary as well as some of the principal Austrian cultural figures of the time.
The Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary struggles to remain relevant in the quickly changing nineteenth century.