Following the Austrian defeat at Austerlitz in 1805, Salzburg was annexed by Austria as compensation for the loss of Tyrol to the Kingdom of Bavaria, and Ferdinand was transferred to the Grand Duchy of Wrzburg.
Hans Mayr (TS): Transport, infrastructure, housing
Martina Berthold (Greens): Childcare, adult education, universities, research, science, youth, family affairs, intergenerational relationships, desegregation, migration, sports, women's affairs, equal opportunities
Josef Schwaiger (VP): Agriculture, forestry, water management, energy, personnel management
Heinrich Schellhorn (Greens): Social policy, care nursing, culture, folk culture, museums.
The state is divided into 119 municipalities, including Salzburg. 11 of them have city status (Stdte), 24 are market towns (Marktgemeinden) and the other 84 are simple municipalities (Gemeinden). Below it is shown a list of all the municipalities divided per district:
Hallein District (Tennengau) (13 municipalities): Abtenau, Adnet, Annaberg-Lungtz, Bad Vigaun, Golling an der Salzach, Hallein, Krispl, Kuchl, Oberalm, Puch bei Hallein, Rubach am Pa Gschtt, Sankt Koloman, Scheffau am Tennengebirge.
Salzburg-Umgebung District (Flachgau) (37 municipalities): Anif, Anthering, Bergheim, Berndorf, Brmoos, Dorfbeuern, Ebenau, Elixhausen, Elsbethen, Eugendorf, Faistenau, Fuschl am See, Grogmain, Gming, Grdig, Hallwang, Henndorf, Hintersee, Hof bei Salzburg, Koppl, Kstendorf, Lamprechtshausen, Mattsee, Neumarkt am Wallersee, Nudorf am Haunsberg, Oberndorf bei Salzburg, Obertrum, Plainfeld, Sankt Georgen, Sankt Gilgen, Schleedorf, Seeham, Seekirchen, Strawalchen, Strobl, Thalgau, Wals-Siezenheim.
St. Johann im Pongau District (Pongau) (25 municipalities): Altenmarkt im Pongau, Bad Gastein, Bad Hofgastein, Bischofshofen, Dorfgastein, Eben im Pongau, Filzmoos, Flachau, Forstau, Goldegg, Grossarl, Httau, Httschlag, Kleinarl, Mhlbach am Hochknig, Pfarrwerfen, Radstadt, Sankt Johann im Pongau, Sankt Martin am Tennengebirge, Sankt Veit im Pongau, Schwarzach im Pongau, Untertauern, Wagrain, Werfen, Werfenweng.
Tamsweg District (Lungau) (15 municipalities): Griach, Lessach, Mariapfarr, Mauterndorf, Muhr, Ramingstein, Sankt Andr im Lungau, Sankt Margarethen im Lungau, Sankt Michael im Lungau, Tamsweg, Thomatal, Tweng, Unternberg, Weipriach, Zederhaus.
Zell am See District (Pinzgau) (28 municipalities): Bramberg am Wildkogel, Bruck an der Groglocknerstrae, Dienten am Hochknig, Fusch an der Groglocknerstrae, Hollersbach im Pinzgau, Kaprun, Krimml, Lend, Leogang, Lofer, Maishofen, Maria Alm, Mittersill, Neukirchen am Grovenediger, Niedernsill, Piesendorf, Rauris, Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Saalfelden, Sankt Martin bei Lofer, Stuhlfelden, Taxenbach, Unken, Uttendorf, Viehhofen, Wald im Pinzgau, Weibach bei Lofer, Zell am See.
In 1938, after a triumphant entry into Austria, Austrian-born Adolf Hitler spoke to the Austrian Germans from the balcony of the Neue Burg, a part of the Hofburg at the Heldenplatz. Viennese Jews were looted and deported. Between 1938 (after the Anschluss) and the end of the Second World War, Vienna lost its status as a capital to Berlin as Austria ceased to exist and became a part of Nazi Germany. It was not until 1955 that Austria regained full sovereignty.
On 2 April 1945, the Soviets launched the Vienna Offensive against the Germans holding the city and besieged it. British and American air raids and artillery duels between the SS and Wehrmacht and the Red Army crippled infrastructure, such as tram services and water and power distribution, and destroyed or damaged thousands of public and private buildings. Vienna fell eleven days later. Austria was separated from Germany, and Vienna was restored as the republic's capital city, but the Soviet hold on the city remained until 1955.