4/7/06 Prinz Schwarzenberg: Created new page! Felix Prinz zu Schwarzenberg lives up to his ancestor's glory in the opening Twelfth Isonzo with the brilliant capture of Caporetto!
3/30/06 Fernengel and Schenk: Created two new pages a while back but never listed them !
3/23/06 Enver Pasha: Updates all across the board for this classic expose of the infamous warlord! Finally, some decent information on Enver's family and surviving relatives are included. Also, details on his time as war minister, how and why he got Turkey into the World War, and the fight against the House of Saud for control of Arabia.
10/19/05 Archduke Wilhelm:
What did Basil the Embroidered do with his free
time after the war?
summer of horrors is discussed, as is Boroevic's reputation as a tough
8/29/05 Nevermind what
I said. Wladimir
Giesl gets serious treatment here. Read
about his almost four years in Montenegro, his views on King Nicholas, and
his gradual resentment of Serbdom.
There's no more space on Geocities to consider this project
"ever-expanding." I will continue to add updates to
existing pages, fix errors, and make corrections. Korda and Hofacker just got updated, for
example. So I'm never finished here, even though I''ve run out of
Fixed Károlyi's proper name on pages of Károlyi, Kun, and Archduke
Wilhelm: Basil the Embroidered and the Ukrainian famine of
Lammasch: Brief description of
Kaiser Karl's last secret mission for world
See new article on how Conrad's problems started
from day one of the Great War.
Maintenance time, including the Apostolic
Ferdinand, and Scheuchenstüel.
than voting, I cleaned up a lot of pages, including Czibulka, Pallavicini, Schemua, Tisza, and Ziegler. Also fixed broken
links on the main pages. Now I know why nobody visited Maister!
New battle narratives for Artur
Giesl, Krauss, and Peter
Ferdinand. New orders of battle for the same
period for Hortstein, Josef
Ferdinand, and Novak. Also, check out more
data on Ziegler.
Potiorek: Revised entire page,
added geographic and name clarifications, etc.
Ziegler: Lots of new photos
and other data on Emil and Alfred Ziegler, from Emil's grandson,
New battle narratives for Appel, Johann
Kirchbach, Ljubicic, Rhemen, Snjaric, Wurm, and Ziegler.
Szecsen: Updated these old
pages about old ambassadors.
Snjaric: Created new pages!
Maister: Created new page! He who seized control of
Marburg and the rest of Slovenia on behalf of the Jugoslavian
movement. Also updated links like crazy!
Friedrich: How the Archduke
spent his retirement, plus what happened to his ill-fated
new page! Images of the
War has been around for months but I just linked it
now. Enjoy grainy but still fascinating photos from such pro-Central
Power magazines as "Die Grosse Zeit," "Geschichte des Weltkrieges," and
"New Yorker Staats-Zeitung."
Scanner's still broken, but that didn't stop
me. Examine updated Battle of the Carpathians narratives for Pflanzer-Baltin,
Czibulka, Haller, Hauer, Rhemen, Arz, Trzaska-Durski, and
Berzeviczy: Created new
page! Learn about Herr Bela Berzeviczy von Berzevicze u.
Kummer: Extremely rare new
photo added. Thanks be to Glenn Jewison for finding this one!
you know Croatian, you can download Dr. Forto's
dissertation on Bosnia's pre-war economy.
photos added to Böhm-Ermolli,
Czernin, Dankl, Haller, Kaiser
Karl, Kirchbach, Prinz
Leopold, Linsingen, Seeckt, Spitzmüller, Thun u.
Hohenstein, Tisza, Trzaska-Durski,
Ferdinand: Who was Josef
Karl: Beatification process begins for the ex-Emperor,
22 December 2003.
of Honour to new server. Reorganized
The Legion hath arrived! Josef
Haller, Stanislaus Puchalski,
Stanislaus Szeptycki, and
Trzaska-Durski: Created new
Tamásy and Johann
Salis-Seewis: Created new pages! The
former's an unknown, undramatic divisional commander. The latter's a
well-meaning governor of occupied Serbia.
short battle narratives, from Kowel to the Red Tower Pass, plus food and
proganda issues: Arz, Boroevic, Eugen, Goldbach, Hauer, Hofmann, Kneussl, Kritek, Martiny, Nagy, Scheuchenstüel, and
Stürkgh: Why the dictator of
Austria was hated enough to be assassinated.
Hortstein and Skerlecz locked horns over who
was the boss in eastern Croatia-Slavonia.
Suleiman Sulkevich: Created
new page! Special addition!
The story of the "khan" of the
Wiesner: Created new page! Find out who investigated
the assassination of the Archduke. Did he really find "no evidence
that the Serb government knew about the murders"?
stats and some family history added for Alexander
is the big one: Orders of Battle for the Dunajec Offensive,
May 1915. Look on every page for the orders.
8/20/03 Ziegler: Created new
page! Brother in-arms to Zaremba. Poor
Pilsudski: Finally, a full
write-up after three years. See also new photo.
Kun: What he did for a job
in the Crimea after fleeing the mess in Hungary.
Eberhardt, Gerok, Kratky: Created new
Etzel: Created new
page! Many thanks to his grandson Brian Hilderman and daughter Vera
v. Etzel for information and photos of Etzel and Kratky. Changed
link to Notgeld page, and added some
more info on Kneussl.
6/28/03 Kun: Updated some info to keep par with Peidl and Szamuely, new additions to the story.
Peidl: Created new page! The five glorious days of Peidl's unbolshevik Hungarian government.