During the Second Balkan War, King Nicholas I of Montenegro converses with Austria-Hungary embassy staff personnel. King Nicholas walks away. A soldier salutes him. Officers stand at side.
Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, at an outing in a park of the castle Konopiste (Schloss Konopischt) in Bohemia (Austria-Hungary). The ArchDuke and Duchess ride in a horse-drawn carriage in the park. They stroll on pathway. People follow them. View of special plants and flowers in a greenhouse. Views of conifer evergreen trees beside a lake in the park.
A tent at a hilly region in Austria-Hungary region. Austrian soldiers take an injured man and put him on stretcher. Soldiers go on horses. A horse drawn medical ambulance cart departs the scene. Soldiers on horses gather around the cart ambulance at a a medical tent treating injured soldiers.
Slavic Prisoners of War on a road in Austro-Hungary during the Second Balkan War. Prisoners wearing overcoats, walk on a country road. Mountains in the background in Austro-Hungarian region.
Austrian Red Cross horse carts passing by a bridge during the 2nd Balkan War. Mountains in the background. Men walk and take the horse carts with their ropes tied on their mouths. Men take water in vessels at a pond. Washed clothes are put on the rocks to dry.
Coronation procession of Emperor Karl I (Charles I) of Austria, who, as Emperor of Austria-Hungary, is now also being crowned KarlV (CharlesIV ) of Hungary. The procession arrives at Mathias Cathedral, on Trinity Square, Budapest, Hungary. Guests arrive to attend the ceremony. Through the dense crowd, Emperor Karl walks behind the Crucifer toward the Cathedral entrance, followed by Cardinal Prince Primate of Hungary, Dr. Czernock and a Bishop and nobles. After the coronation, a great celebratory parade ensues. The Emperor rides on horseback wearing the Crown and cloak of St. Stephen, and rides up a ramp to a landing where he can be seen by all in attendance. .