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History of the Austro Hungarian imperial navy, shown in dedicated web pages to each class of battleship, cruiser and destroyer. 

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An Austrian corvette in 1902.

Aurora, 1874.

Aurora class sloop, launched 20th November 1873.

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Kaiserin Elisabeth, paddle ship, 1860.

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