Embarassing Chapters in Austrian History

How well do you know the embarrassing parts of Austrian history?
Your opinion on what is embarrassing and what isn't may differ from mine.
* In my opinion this is not embarrassing nor is the word stolen the correct one here. I personally couldn't care less, but I believe there are Austrians who view this differently.
Inspired by Quizmaster's series Embarrassing Chapters in History.
Quiz by Nathaniel
Last updated: May 31, 2020
First submittedMay 31, 2020
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This Austrian company is the largest producer of automatic weapons.
This dictator was born in Braunau am Inn, Upper Austria.
Adolf Hitler
Because of a happening in this city Austria started WWI.
This pandemic killed one third of Vienna's population.
Black Death
It is generally regarded false, that she had said "Let them eat cake".
Marie Antoinette
The annexion of Austria goes by this name.
This post-war presidential candidate was found guilty of war crimes.
Kurt Waldheim
In this city four Lords regents were defenestrated for forcing catholicism on the residents.
The above event led to this war.
Thirty Years' War
This country's national anthem was "stolen" from the Austrian Empire.*
Austria is one of the few European countries to have an altogether ban on this clothing.
He is one of Austria's most famous authors, was an active Nazi, first name: Heimito
Heimito von Doderer
This far-right Carinthian politician had connections with Gaddafi and died in a car crash.
Jörg Haider
These people were held in a "prison" in Drasenhofen, were they were beaten.
Austrian right-wing politicians show willingness to corruption on this island. (2019)
This Lower Austrian politician had been active in an antisemitic Burschenschaft.
Udo Landbauer
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