Did Austria and Hungary develop evenly?

Certainly not. Most of the two-pronged empire – Hungary – was a largely agrarian country. About 70% of the population worked on the land. The processing was not of the best quality, the yields were small. And deliveries of bread from Romania and Russia were required. Austria and especially the Czech Republic were industrialized. The Czech Republic even stood on a par with Germany. And here, moreover, agriculture was more intensified with large yields. This was caused by the presence of natural resources primarily near Austria (especially the lower one), in Moravia, Silesia.

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