Both suffered tragic fates, Ludwig mysteriously drowned (maybe murdered) in Lake Starnberg 1886 while Elisabeth suffered loss of her 2 years old daughter and later her son Crown Prince Rudolf who committed suicide with his lover Baroness Marie Vetsera 1889 in Mayerling hunting lodge. She was assassinated 1898 by Italian anarchist in Geneva
Known by various names – the Pomeranian War (Sweden), the Third Carnatic War (India), the French and Indian War (USA), La guerre de la Conquête (Quebec) – it involved all the major European powers and spanned five continent. Which is why the conflict is sometimes called “World War Zero.”
The Austrian Empire was serious about its censorship. It had a very, very long state index of banned books, mostly based on the Vatican’s Index librorum prohibitorum.
Ironically, the Austrian state index became a defacto list of interesting books, and students would buy it, to find out what they should be reading! In the end, the state index was itself placed on a banned books register in 1777.
A different picture, taken on the same occasion was published on November 11, 1914 in Jutarnji list.
During an exhibition in 1970, Tito confirmed it was him in the picture but claimed the picture was taken in Galicia (Ukraine) which doesn’t fit the time-frame since his unit was sent to the Russian front much later.