History of Liechtenstein: Primary Documents

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Documents database for Liechtenstein.
(German)

Texts and Archives
(transcriptions)

Complete facsimile of the Codex Palatinus Germanicus 848 in the Heidelberg University Library.
A famous and well-preserved collection of medieval German literature.
(1305-1340; German facsimiles)

Part of the Database of European Ethnology.
(Transcriptions)

Collection of Liechtenstein Laws.
Statutes, criminal and civil codes, and other legal materials.
A portal of the BYU Law School.
Library of Congress guide to constitutional, legal and government documents.
Database providing links to documents and official websites.

Treaty forming the Confederation as well as other documents.
(English translation; 1806)

Original constitution of Liechtenstein.
(German facsimile; November 19, 1818)

National Anthem of Liechtenstein. Adopted in 1920.
(German with English translation; 1850)

Previous constitution of Liechtenstein.
(English translation; September 26, 1862)

Current constitution of Liechtenstein.
(English translation; October 5, 1921)

Important treaty establishing extremely close economic partnership between Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
(German, March 29, 1923)

New York Times article, when women gained suffrage in the Liechtenstein.
(1984; English)

Constitution as reformed in 2003. The Prince acquired greatly expanded powers.
(English translation, September 15, 2003)

Collection of historical maps of Europe.
(facsimiles; Hungarian)

Also contains a collection of coats of arms for other European countries and principalities.
(Facsimiles)

Census data provided by the Office of Statistics.
(2010; German)

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