Heads of State

   BABENBERG MARGRAVES, DUKES (AFTER 1156)
 ♦ Leopold I (r. 976–994)
 ♦ Heinrich I (994–1018
 ♦ Adalbert (1018–1055)
 ♦ Ernst (1055–1075)
 ♦ Leopold II (1075–1095)
 ♦ Leopold III (1095–1136)
 ♦ Leopold IV (1136–1141)
 ♦ Heinrich II (1141–1177)
 ♦ Leopold V (1177–1194)
 ♦ Friedrich I (1194–1198)
 ♦ Leopold VI (1198–1230)
 ♦ Friedrich II (1230–1246)
 ♦ Other
 ♦ Margrave Hermann of Baden (1247–1250)
 ♦ Ottokar II of Bohemia (1251–1276)
 ♦ HABSBURG DUKES, ARCHDUKES (AFTER 1543), EMPERORS OF AUSTRIA (AFTER 1804), EMPERORS OF AUSTRIA AND KINGS OF HUNGARY (AFTER 1867)
 ♦ Rudolf I ( 1276–1291)
 ♦ Albrecht I (1282–1308)
 ♦ Friedrich III (1308–1330)
 ♦ Albrecht II (1330–1358)
 ♦ Rudolf IV (1358–1365)
 ♦ Albrecht III/Leopold III (jointly 1365–1379)
 ♦ HABSBURG TERRITORIAL DIVISION, 1379
 ♦ Albertine Line (Austrian)
 ♦ Albrecht III (1379–1395)
 ♦ Albrecht IV (1395–1404)
 ♦ Albrecht V (1404–1439)
 ♦ Ladislas (1440–1457)
 ♦ Leopoldine Line (Styrian)
 ♦ Leopold III (1379–1386)
 ♦ Wilhelm (/1386–1406)
 ♦ Leopold IV (1386–1411)
 ♦ STYRIAN/TYROLEAN DIVISIONS OF 1406 AND 1411
 ♦ Styrian Line
 ♦ Ernst (1406–1424)
 ♦ Friedrich V (1424–1493)
 ♦ Maximilian I (1493–1519)
 ♦ Charles V (1519–1521/1522)
 ♦ Ferdinand I (1521/1522–1564)
 ♦ Tyrolean Line
 ♦ Friedrich IV (1406–1439)
 ♦ Sigismund (1439–1490)
 ♦ DIVISION OF 1564
 ♦ Austrian Line
 ♦ Maximilian II (1564–1576)
 ♦ Rudolf II (1576–1612)
 ♦ Matthias (1612–1619)
 ♦ Tyrolean Line
 ♦ Ferdinand II (1564–1595)
 ♦ Styrian Line
 ♦ Charles II (1564–1590)
 ♦ Ferdinand II (1590–1637)
 ♦ Ferdinand III (1637–1657)
 ♦ Leopold I (1657–1705)
 ♦ Joseph I (1705–1711)
 ♦ Charles VI (1711–1740)
 ♦ Maria Theresa (1740–1780)
 ♦ HOUSE OF HABSBURGLORRAINE
 ♦ Joseph II (1780–1790)
 ♦ Leopold I (1790–1792)
 ♦ Francis I (1792–1835)
 ♦ Ferdinand I (1835–1848)
 ♦ Franz Joseph (1848–1916)
 ♦ Charles I (1916–1918)
 ♦ FIRST AUSTRIAN REPUBLIC
 ♦ Presidents
 ♦ Michael Hainisch (1920–1928)
 ♦ Wilhelm Miklas (1928–1938)
 ♦ Chancellors
 ♦ Karl Renner ( 30 October 1918–7 July 1920)
 ♦ Michael Mayr (7 July 1920–21 June 1921)
 ♦ Johann Schober (21 June 1921–26 January 1922)
 ♦ Walter Breisky (26 January 1922–27 January 1922)
 ♦ Johann Schober (27 January 1922–31 May 1922)
 ♦ Ignaz Seipel (31 May 1922–20 November 1924)
 ♦ Rudolf Ramek (20 November 1924–20 October 1926)
 ♦ Ignaz Seipel (20 Ocotber 1926–4 May 1929)
 ♦ Ernst Steeruwitz (4 May 1929–26 September 1929)
 ♦ Johann Schober (26 September 1929–30 September 1930)
 ♦ Carl Vaugoin (30 September 1930–4 December 1930)
 ♦ Otto Ender (4 December 1930–20 June 1931)
 ♦ Karl Buresch (20 June 1931–20 May 1932)
 ♦ Engelbert Dollfuss (20 May 1932–25 July 1934)
 ♦ Kurt Schuschnigg (25 July 1934–11 March 1938)
 ♦ SECOND AUSTRIAN REPUBLIC
 ♦ Presidents
 ♦ Karl Renner (1945–1950)
 ♦ Theodor Körner (1951–1957)
 ♦ Adolf Schärf (1957–1965)
 ♦ Franz Jonas (1965–1974)
 ♦ Rudolf Kirchschläger (1974–1986)
 ♦ Kurt Waldheim (1986–1992)
 ♦ Thomas Klestil (1992–2004)
 ♦ Heinz Fischer (2004–)
 ♦ Chancellors
 ♦ Leopold Figl (1945–1953)
 ♦ Julius Raab (1953–1961)
 ♦ Alfons Gorbach (1961–1964)
 ♦ Joseph Klaus (1964–1970)
 ♦ Bruno Kreisky (1970–1983)
 ♦ Fred Sinowatz (1983–1986)
 ♦ Franz Vranitzky (1986–1997)
 ♦ Viktor Klima (1997–2000)
 ♦ Wolfgang Schüssel (2000–2006)
 ♦ Alfred Gusenbauer (2007–2008)

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