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Angel (Környey) - Megbocsátok, de nem szeretlek többé!  (Tessza: Szamosi)

Angel (Környey) - Megbocsátok, de nem szeretlek többé! (Tessza: Szamosi)

Sári Petráss (1888 – 1930) was a Hungarian operetta actress and singer.  In the 1910s and 1920s she played leading soprano parts in Budapest, Vienna, London and on Broadway. She was killed in an auto accident.

Sári Petráss (1888 – 1930) was a Hungarian operetta actress and singer. In the 1910s and 1920s she played leading soprano parts in Budapest, Vienna, London and on Broadway. She was killed in an auto accident.

First World War.com - Medical

First World War.com - Medical

Findelhaus Budapest, eine ähnliche Anstalt  wie das Wiener Findelhaus, in dem Fanny ihre ersten Jahre verbringt.  Habsburger, Monarchie, Sissi, 19. Jahrhundert, Findelkind, Waisenkind, Wien, Budapest, Österreich, Fürsorge

Findelhaus Budapest, eine ähnliche Anstalt wie das Wiener Findelhaus, in dem Fanny ihre ersten Jahre verbringt. Habsburger, Monarchie, Sissi, 19. Jahrhundert, Findelkind, Waisenkind, Wien, Budapest, Österreich, Fürsorge

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art & style from a century ago - Women's Auxiliary Army Corps 1914-18.  Trafalgar Square, London.

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art & style from a century ago - Women's Auxiliary Army Corps 1914-18. Trafalgar Square, London.

Budapest anno: több, mint nosztalgia...: Havazás a fővárosban, 1900 február

Budapest anno: több, mint nosztalgia...: Havazás a fővárosban, 1900 február

Budapest 1903,  Debi? vintage everyday: Old Fashions from the 1900s-1910s

Budapest 1903, Debi? vintage everyday: Old Fashions from the 1900s-1910s

The spark that lit the flame of war.  On June 28th, 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife, Sofie, Duchess of Hohenberg, were shot and killed in Sarajevo by a Serbian national. Accusation flew between Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Russia, who had political interest in Serbia, and the British Empire. Formal war declarations were made and hostilities began in 1914. The U.S. didn't enter the war until 1918.

First World War: Reports of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo

The spark that lit the flame of war. On June 28th, 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife, Sofie, Duchess of Hohenberg, were shot and killed in Sarajevo by a Serbian national. Accusation flew between Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Russia, who had political interest in Serbia, and the British Empire. Formal war declarations were made and hostilities began in 1914. The U.S. didn't enter the war until 1918.

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