Franz Joseph I, Emperor of Austria

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Name
Franz Joseph I, Emperor of Austria Gender: M
born on 18 August 1830 at 09:15 (= 09:15 AM )
Place Vienna, Austria, 48n13, 16e20
Timezone LMT m16e20 (is local mean time)
Data source
Quoted BC/BR
Rodden Rating AA
Collector: De Marre
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_leocol.18.gif 24°49' s_mo.18.gif s_leocol.18.gif 22°57 Asc.s_libcol.18.gif 10°57'



Emperor of Austria Franz Joseph I

Biography

Austrian royalty, the ruler of Austria from 1848, a year of national revolutions. He remained popular with the people throughout his 68-year reign. He married Elizabeth of Bavaria on 4/24/1854, a love match that grew cold due to his numerous affairs.

Their only son, Crown Prince Rudolph, committed suicide in a shocking scandal in 1/31/1889. Elizabeth was stabbed to death by an assassin 9/10/1898.

Franz Joseph died 11/21/1916 Vienna, Austria, at 21:00 (9 PM)(pneumonia)

(annotation by mik)

Source: "Die Habsburger Chronik" by Wilhelm Knappich

Link to Wikipedia biography

Relationships

  • opponent/rival/enemy relationship with Wilson, Woodrow (born 29 December 1856)

Events

  • Death of Child 31 January 1889 (Prince Rudoph a suicide)
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  • Death of Mate 10 September 1898 (Elizabeth assassinated)
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  • Death by Disease 21 November 1916 at 9:00 PM (Age 86)
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Source Notes

Luc de Marre quotes official Gavotte Wiener Zeitung (Sabian Symbols No.351 gives 3:25 AM. Bailey castigated Friedjung in AQ Summer/1950 for erroneously quoting Modern Astrology 7/1910 for 8:23 AM when the time from official records was 9:15 AM.)

Sy Scholfield quotes 9:45am in "Elisabeth von Preussen: Königin in der Zeit des AusMÄRZens" by Dorothea Minkels (BoD – Books on Demand, 2007), p. 216: "Als Fritz ihren Brief mit der Nachricht erhalten hatte, dass Sophie am 18. August 1830 um 9 Uhr 45 im Schloss Schönbrunn ihrem ersten Sohn Franz Joseph das Leben geschenkt hatte, schrieb er an Elise: 'Ich küsse Dir Geliebte in treuer Dankbarkeit den lieben holden Mund und die göttlichen Augen, für den ... Brief vom Sonntag .... könnte ich zu Dir nach Rügen ...'" In a footnote the source book is given as "Anarchie und guter Wille: Friedrich Wilhelm IV. und die preußische Monarchie" by David E. Barclay (Siedler, 1995).

Categories

  • Family : Childhood : Family traumatic event (Son suicide 1889)
  • Family : Relationship : Stress - Extramarital affairs (Many)
  • Family : Relationship : Stress - Traumatic event (Wife assassinated)
  • Notable : Famous : Royal family (Austria)