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

Battleships

Cruisers

Destroyers

Please use side navigational bar to find class or ship of interest or use the table above. 

Battleship Wien c.1896

An Austrian corvette in 1902.

Schematic of the Wein, Budapest and Monarch Battleships

Displacement: 5,600 tons.   Complement: 469.   Length: 305 ft.   Breadth: 56 ft.   Depth: 21 ft.   Armament: four 9.4 inch guns, six 6 inch guns, fourteen 3 pdr guns, 2 machine guns and four torpedo tubes.