The "United States of Greater Austria" proposed by Aurel Popovici, 1906

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The United States of Greater Austria: a proposal by A. Popovici, 1906


Proposal for a federation of independent states based on ethnographic principles:
proposed by the Romanian nationalist Aurel C. Popovici in his book "Die Vereinigten Staaten von Groß-Österreich" [The United States of Greater Austria], Leipzig, 1906.

The names of the proposed federal states are given in German according to the map published in Popovici's book.

The solid red line show the borders of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in 1906, the dashed grey line shows the occupied territory of Bosnia-Hercegovina (annexed in 1908) which was not cosidered in the proposal.
See also the political map (1918) (1918) and the ethnographic map (1910) of Austria-Hungary, and the map of the modern countries of Central Europe (1997).


(compare the ethnographic map in the Austro-Hungaria monarchy)
Deutsch-Österreich
German-Austria
(Language: predominantly German)
Deutsch-Böhmen
German-Bohemia
(Language: predominantly German)
Deutsch-Mähren
German-Moravia
(Language: predominantly German)
(mostly German) Enclaves
Böhmen
Bohemia
(Language: predominantly Czech)
Slowakenland
Slowakia
(Language: predominantly Slovak)
West-Galizien
West Galicia
(Language: predominantly Polish)
Ost-Galizien
East Galicia
(Language: predominantly Ukrainian)
Ungarn
Hungary
(Language: predominantly Hungarian)
Seklerland
Szeklerland
(Language: predominantly Hungarian)
Trentino
Trentino
(Language: predominantly Italian)
Triest
Trieste
(Language: predominantly Italian)
Krain
Carniola
(Language: predominantly Slovenian)
Kroatien
Croatia
(Language: predominantly Croatian)
Woiwodina
Vojvodina
(Language: predominantly Serbian)
Siebenbürgen
Transylvania
(Language: predominantly Romanian)


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