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Applied sciences and technology[edit]

Austrian School · Friedrich Hayek · Fritzl case · Glock · Glock pistol · Ignaz Semmelweis · InterCityExpress · International Atomic Energy Agency · John von Neumann · Joseph Schumpeter · Karl von Frisch · Murray Rothbard · OPEC · Sigmund Freud · Steyr AUG · Theodore von Kármán · Viktor Frankl · Wilhelm Reich · World War II

Arts, language, and literature[edit]

Adolf Loos · Anton Bruckner · Anton Webern · Antonio Salieri · Arnold Schoenberg · Arnold Schwarzenegger · Barbra Streisand · Ben Stiller · Billy Wilder · Béla Lugosi · Egon Schiele · Elfriede Jelinek · Elisabeth of Bavaria · Falco (musician) · Franz Kafka · Franz Schubert · Fred Astaire · Friedensreich Hundertwasser · Fritz Lang · Gustav Klimt · Gustav Mahler · György Ligeti · Hans Hollein · Hedy Lamarr · James Joyce · Johann Nepomuk Hummel · Johann Strauss II · Johannes Brahms · Johnny Weissmuller · Josef Hoffmann · Joseph Haydn · Ludwig van Beethoven · Nikola Tesla · Otto Wagner · Peter Lorre · Polka · Rainer Maria Rilke · Romy Schneider · Rudolf Steiner · The Sound of Music · The Sound of Music (film) · The Third Man · Vienna State Opera · Will Eisner · Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Arts, language, and literature[edit]

Croatian language · German language · Hungarian language · James Joyce · Romanian language · Slovene language · Sylvia Plath

Biography[edit]

Adolf Hitler to Johnny Weissmuller[edit]

Adolf Hitler · Alexander Suvorov · Alfred Adler · Anne of Austria · Anton Bruckner · Anton Webern · Antonio Salieri · Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria · Arnold Schoenberg · Arnold Schwarzenegger · Arthur Seyss-Inquart · Barbra Streisand · Ben Stiller · Billy Wilder · Béla Lugosi · Charles I of Austria · Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor · David Irving · Edmund Husserl · Egon Schiele · Elfriede Jelinek · Eliot Spitzer · Elisabeth of Bavaria · Ernst Kaltenbrunner · Erwin Schrödinger · Falco (musician) · Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor · Franz Joseph I of Austria · Franz Kafka · Franz Schubert · Fred Astaire · Frederick II of Prussia · Friedrich Hayek · Fritz Lang · Gerhard Berger · Gregor Mendel · Gustav Klimt · Gustav Mahler · György Ligeti · Hedy Lamarr · Ignaz Semmelweis · James Joyce · Jefferson Davis · Johann Nepomuk Hummel · Johannes Brahms · John Cabell Breckinridge · John Hunyadi · John Kerry · John von Neumann · Johnny Weissmuller

Joseph Haydn to Zita of Bourbon-Parma[edit]

Joseph Haydn · Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor · Joseph Schumpeter · Josip Broz Tito · Karl Popper · Kurt Gödel · Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor · Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor · Leopold Mozart · Lise Meitner · Ludwig Boltzmann · Ludwig Wittgenstein · Ludwig van Beethoven · Marie Antoinette · Martin Buber · Max Weber · Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor · Maximilian I of Mexico · Murray Rothbard · Niki Lauda · Nikola Tesla · Otto Skorzeny · Otto of Greece · Ottokar II of Bohemia · Paul Feyerabend · Peter Singer · Prince Eugene of Savoy · Prince Louis of Battenberg · Rainer Maria Rilke · Richard Mentor Johnson · Romy Schneider · Rothschild family · Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria · Rudolf Carnap · Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor · Rudolf Steiner · Sigmund Freud · Simon Wiesenthal · Sylvia Plath · Theodor Herzl · Theodor W. Adorno · Thomas Muster · Viktor Frankl · Wilhelm Reich · Wilhelm Steinitz · Will Eisner · Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart · Wolfgang Pauli · Zita of Bourbon-Parma

Everyday life[edit]

1964 Winter Olympics · 1976 Winter Olympics · Alexander Wurz · Austria national football team · Austrian Football Bundesliga · Ernst Happel · Gerhard Berger · Happy Chandler · Jochen Rindt · Niki Lauda · Red Bull · Red Bull Racing · SK Rapid Wien · Thomas Muster · UEFA Euro 2008 · Wilhelm Steinitz

Geography[edit]

Albania Veneta to Mont Blanc[edit]

Albania Veneta · Albatros D.III · Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg · Alps · Anschluss · Aosta Valley · Austrian Empire · Austria–Hungary · Battle of Königgrätz · Battle of Vienna · Black Hand · Bregenz · Brenner Pass · Bruno Walter · Bukovina · Carinthia (state) · Dacia · Danube · Demographics of Austria · Denazification · Economy of Austria · Eiger · FC Red Bull Salzburg · FK Austria Wien · Friuli · Geography of Austria · Graian Alps · Graz · Hofburg Imperial Palace · Innsbruck · Isar · Italian irredentism · Ivan Franko · Jungfrau · Józef Antoni Poniatowski · Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria · Kingdom of Serbia · Kitzbühel · Klagenfurt · La Tène culture · Lake Constance · Lake Neusiedl · Linz · List of cities and towns in Austria · Maria Theresa of Austria · Matterhorn · Matthias, Holy Roman Emperor · Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor · Military of Austria · Mont Blanc

Moravia to Zugspitze[edit]

Moravia · Moritz Schlick · Partitions of Poland · Pedro II of Brazil · Politics of Austria · Rhine · Salzburg · Sankt Anton am Arlberg · Serbian Campaign (World War I) · Siege of Vienna · Silesia · Silvaner · St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna · States of Austria · Styria · Sudetenland · Swiss Alps · Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk · Treaty of Trianon · Triglav · Tyrol · Ukrainian People's Republic · Vienna · Villach · Vorarlberg · Walther von der Vogelweide · West Ukrainian National Republic · Zugspitze

History[edit]

Adolf Hitler · Alexander Suvorov · Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria · Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria · Battle of Austerlitz · Central Powers · Charles I of Austria · Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor · Congress of Vienna · Erwin Schrödinger · Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor · Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor · Frederick II of Prussia · Glock pistol · Gregor Mendel · History of Austria · Holy Roman Empire · International Atomic Energy Agency · Italian unification · Jefferson Davis · John Kerry · John von Neumann · Josip Broz Tito · Karl Popper · Kingdom of Hungary · Kurt Waldheim · Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor · Lise Meitner · Marie Antoinette · Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor · Nikola Tesla · Otto Skorzeny · Otto of Greece · Ottokar II of Bohemia · Paul Feyerabend · Prince Eugene of Savoy · Prince Louis of Battenberg · Richard Mentor Johnson · Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria · Sigmund Freud · Teutonic Knights · Theodore von Kármán · Transylvania · War in Afghanistan (2001–present) · War of the Fifth Coalition · War of the Spanish Succession · World War I · World War II · Zita of Bourbon-Parma

Mathematics[edit]

John von Neumann · Kurt Gödel · Ludwig Wittgenstein · Rudolf Carnap

Natural sciences[edit]

Bilberry · Erwin Schrödinger · Fritzl case · Giovanni Antonio Scopoli · Gregor Mendel · Kurt Gödel · Ludwig Boltzmann · Nikola Tesla · Paul Ehrenfest · Red Squirrel · Rudolf Steiner · Theodore von Kármán · Victor Francis Hess · Wilhelm Reich · Wolfgang Pauli

Philosophy and religion[edit]

Adolf Hitler · Alfred Ayer · Barbra Streisand · Charles I of Austria · Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor · Edmund Husserl · Franz Kafka · Gregor Mendel · Gustav Mahler · Holy Roman Empire · John von Neumann · Karl Popper · Kurt Gödel · Lise Meitner · Ludwig Boltzmann · Ludwig Wittgenstein · Martin Buber · Max Weber · Murray Rothbard · Nikola Tesla · Paul Feyerabend · Peter Singer · Romanian Church United with Rome, Greek-Catholic · Rudolf Carnap · Rudolf Steiner · Sigmund Freud · Theodor W. Adorno · Unitarianism

Society and social sciences[edit]

Barbra Streisand · Congress of Vienna · Frederick II of Prussia · Fritzl case · International Atomic Energy Agency · Ludwig Wittgenstein · Max Weber · OPEC · Rothschild family · Theodor W. Adorno