The Austro-Hungarian Imperial Navy (1910-1919)

Footage №65423, 2 parts, duration: 0:18:39, black-white

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The squadron on the horizon.

The naval port of Pula.

On the horizon is the island of Katarina.

Ships at anchor.

Training ship "alpha".

Battleship class"Archduke".

Battleship led squadron.

Battleship on the background of the island.

The class destroyer"Triglav"led light vessels.

On the deck of the battleship sailors,engaged in various works.

Sailors heave.

The sailors on the background of the lifeboats,guns.

Sailors scrubbing the deck,clean the deck built.

Sailors at leisure.

Sports games.

The descent of the boat.

Boat with sailors at sea.

Competition boats.

The sailors on the deck.

The rise of the boat

Key words

Austria, Navy, exercises, sea, port, weapons

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The launching of the Austro-Hungarian dreadnought"Saint istván",built at the shipyard of G. Fiume/Rijeka now/.

The dreadnought shipyards.


Among them is the wife of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

The operators of the chronicle.

Emperor Charles in "Saint István"in 1917 Karl greets officers.

The death of "St.

Stephen",torpedoed on 10 June 1918 by Italian torpedo boat.

Sinking ship.

On the ship many people.

The ship flips/shooting was carried out with Sudan,"SV.


The bottom passing under the water, "SV.


Sailors at sea.

Small torpedo boats at sea.

The boat with the crew on Board.

Training landing with boats.

Sailors on the street.

Landing people on the court.

Fit soldiers.

The Archduke Franz Ferdinand on maneuvers on landing.

Cruiser class"Spawn".

The battleship "monarch."

Captain Horthy at the coronation of Emperor Charles in Budapest in 1926.

Battleship class "Navarre"

Key words

Austria, Navy, monarchs, celebrities, sea, landing, teaching soldiers, festivals, shipyard, military leaders, the disaster

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