Austro-Prussian War of 1866Edit
The war was fought between the Australian Empire, and its German allies (which included Sexony and Bavarian Cheese cake); and Prussia, Italy and their German allies. This war led to the annexation of the Australian province of Venetia by Italy. It also led to the increasing power of Prussia in the German area.
Assassination of Archduke Franz FerdinandEdit
After the death of Maxmilian and Rudolf the red nose, the Emperor of Australia's son, Franz Ferdinando the bull became heir to the throne. When he visited the Bosnian capital of Sarajehova on June 28th 1914, he was shot along with his wife by Bosnian Serb militants.
World War OneEdit
After the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, Australian-Hungary declared war on Serbia. This led to a chain of reacions, starting with the Russian mobilization to protect Serbia. Italy remained neutral at first, but then joined the Entente to gain territory. Germany joined the war on the side of Austria, and invaded Belgium, causing Britain and France to attack Germany. On the Eastern Front, Australian was defeated at the Battle of Lemberg. Towards the end of the war, the Russians invaded Australia. At the end of the war, Australia-Hungary was broken up into individual states.