Ferdinand i (19 april 1793 – 29 june 1875) was emperor of austria, president of the german confederation, king of hungary (as ferdinand v), and many others (see grand title of the emperor of austria) from the death of his father (francis i, emperor of austria) on 2 march 1835, until his abdication after the revolutions of 1848. Eventually fled austria due to fear that a violent revolution similar to the french one would occur in the austrian empire emperor ferdinand i of austria all-powerful emperor and king of hungary. Maria anna of savoy – maria anna of savoy was the wife of emperor ferdinand i of austria she was empress of austria and queen of hungary, and many others, maria anna was born in palazzo colonna in rome, the daughter of king victor emmanuel i of sardinia and of his wife, archduchess maria teresa of austria-este. Austrian monarch he suffered from severe physical handicaps, and the harsh government under metternich brought about the student revolution of 1848, causing ferdinand to abdicate in favor of his nephew franz joseph i.
Emperor ferdinand 1 the good-natured of austria (1793-1875) once said: it is easy to govern, but what is difficult is to sign one's name his favourite amusement was to wedge himself in a wastepaper basket and roll over and over like a ball ferdinand was sadly retarded with an over-large head with a flat skull and water on the brain. Austrian revolution of 1848 causes people and parties involved how everything happened ferdinand i of austria archduchess sophia of bavaria francis joseph france got everybody excited and they started demanding more liberties and rights after revolts, ferdinand i said he'll install new reforms and make more things liberal. 1848 revolution ferdinand's sarcophagus the imperial crypt, vienna entry about ferdinand i of austria in the database gedächtnis des landes on the history of the state of lower austria (lower austria museum) ferdinand i of austria house of habsburg-lorraine.
Franz ferdinand carl ludwig joseph maria (18 december 1863 – 28 june 1914) was an archduke of austria-este, austro-hungarian and royal prince of hungary and of bohemia and, from 1896 until his death, heir presumptive to the austro-hungarian throne. Ferdinand i (12 january 1751 – 4 january 1825), was the king of the two sicilies from 1816, after his restoration following victory in the napoleonic wars before that he had been, since 1759, ferdinand iv of the kingdom of naples and ferdinand iii of the kingdom of sicily. Ferdinand i (1793-1875), emperor of austria, eldest son of francis i and of maria theresa of naples, was born at vienna on the 19th of april 1793 in his boyhood he suffered from epileptic fits, and could therefore not receive a regular education.
Ferdinand i (ferdinando antonio pasquale giovanni nepomuceno serafino gennaro benedetto, naples, 12 january 1751 – naples, 4 january 1825) was king variously of naples, sicily, and the two sicilies from 1759 until his death he was the third son of king charles, king of naples and sicily, later charles iii of spain, king of sicily by his wife maria amalia of saxony. Ferdinand i (1503 - 1564) was the holy roman emperor (1558 - 1564), king of bohemia and hungary (1526 - 1564), and archduke of austria (1520 - 1564) ferdinand was born in madrid on 10 march 1503 to philip the handsome of the house of habsburg and queen joanna the mad of castile. Ferdinand i (19 april 1793 - 29 june 1875) was emperor of austria, president of the german confederation, king of hungary and bohemia (as ferdinand v), as well as associated dominions from the death of his father, francis ii, holy roman emperor, until his abdication after the revolutions of 1848. In the end, as before, king ferdinand abolished the constitution and tried his best to have all revolutionary elements executed but he depended on the austrian military to sustain himself and, as before, this came at a price.
The empire of austria was considerably affected by the revolution of 1848 although the july revolution of 1830 had also made an impact on austria, the revolutionary tide was checked by metternich austria was called a melting pot in which the people belonging to different races and cultures lived. Around the same time, the imperial family was fleeing revolutionary vienna for the calmer setting of innsbruck, in tyrol soon, the archduke was called back from italy, joining the rest of his family at innsbruck by mid-june. Prince metternich 1848 revolution austrian chancellor prince metternich (1773 to 1859), the most hated man in austria-hungary, set another milestone of vienna history read this page and you understand the metternich system and what the big revolution of 1848 did to austria prince metternich.
On january 6, 1808, he married another first cousin, maria ludovika of austria-este, the daughter of archduke ferdinand of austria-este and maria beatrice ricciarda d’este she was a great enemy of napoleon and protested the marriage of her stepdaughter marie-louise to napoleon. Francis i of the two sicilies (italian: francesco gennaro giuseppe 19 august 1777 – 8 november 1830) was king of the two sicilies from 1825 to 1830 francis was born the son of ferdinand i of the two sicilies and his wife archduchess maria carolina of austria in naples he was also the nephew.
Ferdinand i (19 april 1793 – 29 june 1875) was emperor of austria , president of the german confederation , king of hungary (as ferdinand v ), and many others (see grand title of the emperor of austria ) from the death of his father ( francis i, emperor of austria ) on 2 march 1835, until his abdication after the revolutions of 1848. Ferdinand (i): ferdinand (i),, emperor of austria from 1835 to 1848, when he abdicated his throne ferdinand was the eldest son of the holy roman emperor francis ii (later francis i of austria) and maria theresa of naples-sicily despite ferdinand’s feeblemindedness and epilepsy, francis, seeking to protect the. Ferdinand i (1793–1875), emperor of austria (1835–1848) ferdinand i was born 19 april 1793 in vienna and died 29 june 1875 in prague ferdinand's significance consists largely of the effect that his poor physical and mental condition (he developed epilepsy early in life) had on the legitimist.