Son of the last emperor of Austria – Otto von Habsburg is dead.

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He was the oldest son of the last Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary: Otto von Habsburg died at the age of 98 in his house at the Starnberg Lake. He is to have “passed away peacefully” in the early hours of the morning. Read more:

Otto von Habsburg was a politician who always made a good impression. He seemed to be genuine and convincing. His motives contrasted pleasantly with the ones of other politicians.

He was mainly a Europe politician. He lived in Germany and was a CSU politician and for many years a member of the European parliament.

His father (1887-1922) was the last Austrian emperor, from 1916 to 1918, he died 1922. If Otto von Habsburg would have become emperor then, and would have remained emperor until his death, he would have reigned 88 years.

The second last emperor of Austria was Franz Joseph (1830-1916), he reigned from 1848 to 1916, 68 years, a very long time. He was 18 when he became emperor. Otto would have been 10 years old and would have then reigned 88 years, an unbelievable long time. Otto’s mother Zita also lived very long, from 1892 to 1989; she got 96 years old and survived her husband by 67 years.

The Habsburgs are one of the most world-famous families. The reason why this website deals with this family comes from the writings of Jakob Lorber, which contain reports about several members of this family, how they fared after their death. Jakob Lorber’s „Von der Hölle bis zum Himmel – Robert Blum“ (From hell until heaven – Robert Blum) gives us insights into the life of several Habsburgs in the hereafter and also about what God thinks of their lives here on earth. Such reports are quite informative, but especially also in these cases because they are about persons about whose lives much information is available here on earth, where one can therefore study their lives in this world.

The webpage of this website which gives information about this is Creation - Part 3.

There also Rudolf (1218-1291) is quoted; he was the first Habsburg emperor; he reigned from 1273 to 1291. So the Habsburgs supplied emperors over a time span of six and a half centuries.

I now bring excerpts of today’s news reports:

 

Son of the last emperor of Austria – Otto von Habsburg is dead
He was the oldest son of the last Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary: Otto von Habsburg died at the age of 98 in his house at the Starnberg Lake. He is to have “passed away peacefully” in the early hours of the morning.

Otto Von Habsburg Dies at Age 98

At the age of 98 years
Otto von Habsburg died

Otto von Habsburg is dead
Son of last Austrian-Hungarian emperor died at the age of 98
Otto von Habsburg, the oldest son of the last emperor of Austria and King of Hungary, is dead. He died on Monday morning at the age of 98 in Bavaria. He last was representative in the EU-parliament for many years and honorary president of the International Pan Europe Union.

Otto von Habsburg (1912-2011)
He died on Monday morning at the age of 98 in his house at the Starnberg Lake in Bavaria. “He passed away peacefully.”
Otto von Habsburg, who was only called «Otto Habsburg» or «Dr. Habsburg» in Austria because of the deprivation of all titles since 1918, was born 1912 as the oldest son of the future Emperor Karl I and his wife Zita von Bourbon-Parma. One of his earliest memories was the state funeral for Emperor Franz Joseph I 1916 in the middle of the First World War. The father only became the last emperor of Austria-Hungary for two years and had to go into exile with his family after his abdication 1918 – first to Switzerland, then to the Atlantic island Madeira, where Karl died already 1922. Afterwards Otto grew up in Spain and Belgium.
1978 Otto von Habsburg also received German citizenship, which made a political activity for the Bavarian CSU possible for him. From 1979 to 1999 he was their representative in the EU parliament.

 

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