History of Malta: Primary Documents

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Website of government archives in Malta.
Collection of historical maps of Europe.
(facsimiles; Hungarian)
Searchable database of digitized documents.
(English site; facsimiles)
Includes links to the laws of Malta.
See especially Official Documents.
(English commentary and Maltese transcriptions)
Maltan page of the World Documents Library.
(photos; facsimiles)
Collection of Maltese 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.
Mainly secondary information, but offering a quick historical overview.

List of members of Maltese militia.
(Transcription with introduction; 15th century)
Deed that established the Tribute of the Maltese Falcon, effectively establishing Malta as independent.
(English translation ; 1530)
(1697-1699; Russian transcription)
Collection includes letters concerning Malta.
(English; 1789)
Peace treaty between France and Britain. Asserted the independence of Malta, but this was not respected by Britain.
(English; March 25, 1802)
Collection of printed advertisements.
(Maltese and English; 20th century)

National anthem of Malta. Adopted in 1964.
(Maltese with English translation; 1922)
End of hostilities between Allies and Italy during World War II. Signed in Malta.
(English; September 3, 1943)
Modern Maltese constitution.
(English; September 21, 1964)
  • Foreign relations between Malta and the US
Documents from US State Department and University of Wisconsin-Madison.
(1969-1972; English transcriptions)
Cold War error security treaty.
(English; December 7, 1984)
Amendments to Maltese Constitution, including provisions making Malta permanently neutral.
(English; January 29, 1987)
Law establishing system of local councils in Malta.
(English; June 30, 1993)
Treaty and other documents concerning Malta's admission to the European Union. Part of EUR-Lex, a service of the European Union.
(2003; English)
Act creating The National Council for the Maltese Language.
(English; April 14, 2005)
Text and results of the six referenda that have been carried out in Malta.
(English; 1870-2011)
Also contains a collection of coats of arms for other European countries and principalities.

EuroDocs > History of Malta: Primary Documents

EuroDocs Creator: Richard Hacken, European Studies Bibliographer,
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.
Feel free to get in touch: Hacken @ byu.edu