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Grof Batthyany Lajos (1860-1951)

Grof Batthyany Lajos Governor of Fiume. His mother countess Emma Batthyany was the daughter of Hungary's first Prime Minister Lajos Batthyany von Nemetujvar.

Comte Elemér Lónyay de Nagy-Lónya et Vásáros-Namény (1863-1946) second époux de la princesse Stéphanie de Belgique

Comte Elemér Lónyay de Nagy-Lónya et Vásáros-Namény (1863-1946) second époux de la princesse Stéphanie de Belgique

Gyula Andrassy, 1823 -1890

Elisabeth de Wittelsbach Impératrice d'Autriche et Reine de Hongrie dite Sissi

Gyula Andrassy

Gyula Andrassy

Countess Klára Andrássy de Csíkszentkirály et Krasznahorka (Kája; January 18, 1898 – April 12, 1941) was a Hungarian-born noblewoman, who later became a Czechoslovak Communist and revolutionist. She joined Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. She organized sabotages against Nazi road and rail consignments. She was bombed in Dubrovnik in 1941. She lost her legs before she died from injuries.

Countess Klára Andrássy de Csíkszentkirály et Krasznahorka (Kája;

Official portrait of  Count László Széchenyi, created just before his marriage to American socialite, Gladys Vanderbilt, in c.1907. Gladys was the daughter of American society members, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt 11. She grew up in the Gilded Age NYC mansion of her parents, which was located at: 1 West 57th St. & 5th Ave. She also summered at her parents 'cottage' in Newport, RI., "The Breakers". ~ {cwlyons} ~ (original image via: LOC)

Official portrait of Count Count László Széchenyi, made just before he married Gladys Vanderbilt (Jan. daughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, and Consuelo's first cousin.

Rózsa Sándor Szegeden életfogytiglani fegyházra ítélték, 1878-ban halt meg Szamosújváron.

Az utolsó magyar vonatrablás

Rózsa, Sándor was a legendary Hungarian outlaw (in Hungarian: betyár)

Empress Elisabeth of Austria with her cousin and dear friend, King Ludwig II of Bavaria.

Lovely recent photomontage: Elisabeth and Ludwig II of Bavaria. They exchanged poems with each other, Ludwig using the pseudonym of the “Eagle”, while Elisabeth styled herself the “Seagull”.

Grof Batthyány Balthasar (1543-1590)

Grof Batthyány Balthasar (1543-1590)

Rózsa Sándor

Rózsa Sándor

Kaiser Franz Josef and son Kronprinz Rudolf. Early 1860s.

Kaiser Franz Josef I and son , Kronprinz Rudolf, posing as if they were hunting. Photo by Victor Angerer, C

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