|Founded||6 August 2004|
|Headquarters||Johannes-Filzer-Str. 12/16 |
The Black-Yellow Alliance (German: Schwarz-Gelbe Allianz, SGA) is a monarchist movement in Austria founded on 6 August 2004. Their aim is the restoration of monarchy in Austria as well as a Central European monarchic union of the states which have emerged from the old Austria-Hungary.
History[edit | edit source]
After more than 800 years of rule of the House of Habsburg, the Entente Powers dissolved Austria's monarchy after they won World War I and introduced a republic. The Black-Yellow Alliance was established by a group of monarchists from different organizations in 2004. 
The Black-Yellow Alliance calls for the reintroduction of a hereditary monarchy in Central Europe and advocates a union of Austria, Hungary, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, and Slovakia, united under a common emperor.
Leaders[edit | edit source]
- The president of the party was tourism school professor Dr. Helga Vereno until December 6, 2013(?). As of 2017, The chairperson of the party is Nicole Fara.
References[edit | edit source]
- Phil Long; Nicola J. Palmer (2008). Royal Tourism: Excursions Around Monarchy. Channel View Publications. p. 109. ISBN 978-1-84541-080-3. Retrieved 18 September 2014.
- "Germany's general election likely to result in new coalitions: Neither major party group looks set to win" The Economist. 17 July 2002
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