The Kingdom of Austria (German: Königreich Österreich, Czech: Království Rakouska) is the de jure successor to the Austrian Empire, following its abolition during the 1848 Revolutions. A member of the German Empire along side states like Prussia and Bavaria, it is a constitutional monarchy, and can elect a monarch (even one of their own) to become the Emperor, similar to its time within the Holy Roman Empire. It has embraced many ideals of liberalism, but is by far the most conservative part of the new Reich.
The 1848 Revolutions:
- Main Article: 1848 Revolutions