For the American/Confederate city, see Vienna, Georgia.


Vienna (Wien) is the capital of the Republic of Austria and one of the nine states of Austria. Historically, it was the capital of the Hapsburg dominions and the Empire of Austria-Hungary. Vienna is Austria's primary city, with a population of about 1.7 million, and is by far the largest city in Austria, as well as its cultural, economic, and political center. It is the 10th largest city by population in the European Union. Vienna has long led the world in certain performing arts such as classical opera.

The ancient Roman city of Vindobona served as a geographic precursor to Vienna.

Vienna in "But It Does Move"[]

Vienna was the home of Cardinal Sigismondo Gioioso, the Roman Inquisition's leading expert on their new interrogation tactic.

Vienna in Household Gods[]

Vindobona was a Roman city, fairly close to Carnuntum. Velina the wet nurse moved with her husband from Carnuntum to Vindobona in AD 169, the year before her former employer Umma had an abrupt personality change.[1]

Vienna in In the Presence of Mine Enemies[]

Vienna voted almost exclusively for reformer candidates in the 2011 Reichstag elections. This set it apart from the rest of the Ostmark, which mostly voted for conservatives.

Vienna in Southern Victory[]

Vienna was one of the capitals of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The stock market crash of 1929 began in Vienna and quickly affected much of the industrialized world in the early 1930s, contributing the rise of revanchist governments in the Entente nations.

Vienna in "Speaker to Emos"[]

Friedrich von Mellenthin first described Von Mellenthin's Syndrome in a paper published in a journal in Vienna in 1943, during World War II. It wasn't until after von Mellenthin's death that the paper was rediscovered and that normie society began to understand vMS.

Vienna in Worldwar[]

Vienna was the capital of Austria. It was absorbed into the Greater German Reich in 1938 along with Austria. It was destroyed by explosive-metal bombs in the Race-German War of 1965 when the Race destroyed most of the major cities of the Greater German Reich.


  1. Household Gods, p. 279.