History of Luxembourg: Primary Documents

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Order of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V which turned the territory of present day Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg into one Habsburg territory.
(1549; French)

Treaty between France and Spain, in which France acquire much of the territory of Luxembourg.
(French; 1659)

Description of Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.
(1660; Latin)

Treaty that ended Napoleonic Wars. Also, transformed Luxembourg into a Grand Duchy.
(English translation; 1815)

National Anthem of Luxembourg. Adopted in 1859.
(Luxembourgish and German with English translation; Adopted in 1895)

Treaty ending Austro-Prussian War and Luxembourg crisis. Affirmed the neutrality of Luxembourg.
(French; May 11, 1867)

List of many digitized newspapers and journals.
(1848-1950; facsimiles)

Can look up documents by year or topic. Includes major treaties.
(pre-1914 to post-1918; translations and transcriptions)

Preserved Latin text presented in the mid-19th century, along with hand-drawn copies of monument stones and engravings.
A collection of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
(1914-1918; transcriptions and translations)
Original ballot for repealing unpopular anti-communist law.
(1937; German and French)

The decree resulting in the first official reform of Luxembourgish spelling.
(June 5, 1946; French and Luxembourgish)
Second spelling reform of Luxembourgish language.
(October 10, 1975; French and Luxembourgish)
Latest spelling reform of Luxembourgish.
(July 30, 1999)

This community foreshadowed the formation of the EU. It was dissolved in 2002 and its functions were absorbed by the EU. Luxembourg was one of the original members.
(1951; English)

Agreement for open borders in between France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
(June 14, 1985; English)

Law providing tax incentives for audio visual investing in Luxembourg. Luxembourg has since become important filmmaking hub.
(December 13, 1988; French)

(17 December 1868, with revisions through 1998; English translation).

Collection of Luxembourg 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.
Archive of laws passed in Luxembourg by year.
(French; 1617-2013)

Luxembourgian page of the World Documents Library.
(photos; facsimiles)

A digitization project of the National Library of Luxembourg.
Includes journals, books, postcards, and newspapers.
(1704-2008; facsimiles)
Links to historical documents owned by Government of Luxembourg.
(French and German)

Collection of historical maps of Luxembourg.

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

Luxembourgish census data.
(2011; French)

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

EuroDocs > History of Luxembourg: Primary Documents

EuroDocs Creator: Richard Hacken, European Studies Bibliographer,
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.
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