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Otto von Habsburg
Croun Prince o Austrick, Hungary, Bohemie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Slavonie[1][2] an Galicie, Lodomeria an Illyrie
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Otto von Habsburg in 2004
Born20 November 1912(1912-11-20)
Reichenau an der Rax, Austrick-Hungary
Dee'd4 Julie 2011(2011-07-04) (aged 98)
Pöcking, Germany
Buirial16 Julie 2011 (body); 17 Julie 2011 (hert)
Imperial Crypt (body); Pannonhalma Archabbey (hert)
SpousePrincess Regina o Saxe-Meiningen
IssueArchduchess Andrea
Airchduchess Monika
Airchduchess Michaela
Airchduchess Gabriela
Airchduchess Walburga
Airchduke Karl
Airchduke Georg
Full name
Franz Joseph Otto Robert Maria Anton Karl Max Heinrich Sixtus Xavier Felix Renatus Ludwig Gaetan Pius Ignatius von Habsburg[3]
HooseHouse o Habsburg-Lorraine
FaitherCharles I o Austrick
MitherZita o Parma
ReleegionRoman Catholicism
SeegnaturOtto von Habsburg's signature
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Otto von Habsburg

Member o the European Pairlament for Germany
In office
1979–1999
Personal details
Poleetical pairtyChristian Social Union

Otto von Habsburg[4] (20 November 1912 – 4 Julie 2011),[5][6] an aa kent bi his ryal name as Airchduke Otto o Austrick, wis the last Croun Prince o Austrick-Hungary frae 1916 till the dissolution o the empire in 1918, a realm which comprised modren-day Austrick, Hungary, Bosnie an Herzegovinae, Croatie, the Czech Republic, Slovakie, Slovenie, an pairts o Italy, Montenegro, Poland, Romanie, Serbie an Ukraine.

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  1. Kaiser Joseph II. harmonische Wahlkapitulation mit allen den vorhergehenden Wahlkapitulationen der vorigen Kaiser und Könige. . Since 1780 official title used for princes (zu Hungarn, Böheim, Dalmatien, Kroatien, Sflavonien, Königlicher Erbprinz)
  2. Croatian Coronation Oath of 1916. . P.2-4, 'Emperor of Austria, Hungary and Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia Apostolic king'
  3. Dan van der Vat (4 July 2011). "Otto von Habsburg obituary". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 6 July 2011. 
  4. Otto wis born as His Imperial and Royal Highness Archduke Otto of Austria, Royal Prince of Hungary and Bohemia an acame the Croun Prince o these kintras in 1916. Efter 1918, teetles o nobility war formally abolished in Austrick, thus von Habsburg turned intae Habsburg. The same applee'd efter Habsburg acame a German ceetizen (see Printausgabe der deutschen Wochenzeitung die Zeit vom 21 July 2011, p.36). Bi courtesy, he would an aa be referred tae by European coorts bi his umwhile style an teetle, i.e. as His Imperial an Ryal Heichness Airchduke Otto o Austrick. In the Austrick republic the authorities referred tae him frae 1919 as Otto Habsburg-Lothringen, a name he never uised himsel. Otto didna live in Austrick efter 1918, an his ceetizenship thare wis revoked bi Adolf Hitler in 1941, makin him stateless. His Austrian ceetizenship wis anly restored in 1965. Otto later acame a ceetizen o or wis issued passports o multiple ither kintras, whaur his offeecial name wis Otto von Habsburg. As a Member o the European Pairlament for Germany, his offeecial name in the European Union wis Otto von Habsburg. On his wabsteid, he uised the style an name His Imperial an Ryal Heichness Dr. Otto von Habsburg.
  5. Nicholas Kulish (4 July 2011). "Otto von Hapsburg, a Would-Be Monarch, Dies at 98". The New York Times. 
  6. "Habsburg: Last heir to Austro-Hungarian empire dies". BBC News. 4 July 2011. Retrieved 5 July 2011.