Emperor Karl Wants His Crown …

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Former Austro-Hungarian Emperor Karl lived in exile since the armistice of 1918. But he hadn’t given up his claim to the crowns of the dual monarchy. And so in 1921 he tried to claim the Hungarian crown not once, but twice.

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