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Texts and Archives
(transcriptions)

Virtual Document Archive of Central European Cloisters and Bishoprics - Austria
Documenting not only the history of the cloisters themselves,
but developments in church, state and society in Central Europe since the Early Middle Ages.
(1049 to the present; Latin and vernacular facsimiles and transcriptions).

Facsimiles of German-language medieval manuscripts.
Organized by locations of manuscripts.

(Transcriptions)

(17 September 1156; English translation)

(6 December 1286; modern German translation)

(6 May 1287; modern German translation)

Chronicle of Hall in Tyrol.
(1303-1572, printed 1867; facsimile of print source)

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)

(transcriptions & translations)

The letters of Austrian and Bavarian noblewomen, set against the backdrop of their relationships and cultural status.
Wills, inventories of holdings, and marriage contracts are also in the process of digitization.
A project of the Institute for History, University of Vienna.
(16th - 18th centuries; contemporary German-language transcriptions)

(1592-1597, facsimiles).

Peace Treaty ending the Thirty Years War.
(24 October 1648, English translation)

A collection of correspondence in German from Sophie: A Digital Library of Works by German-Speaking Women.
(1736 - 1780; German transcriptions)

A collection of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
(18th century; transcriptions and translations)

A collection of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
(19th century; transcriptions and translations)

(1849-present; translations and transcriptions)

(19th-20th centuries; newspaper facsimiles in German or Ladino language)

From the Avalon Project
(1829 - 1909; English translations and transcriptions)

A major book digitization project of the Max-Planck-Institut für europäische Rechtsgeschichte .
For an overview of subjects, click on "Systematik"
(19th century; facsimiles)

Austro-Hungarian Documents on the Outbreak of War.
(1 July 1914 - 27 August 1914; German with occasional French and English transcriptions)

Diplomatic Documents leading to World War I.
Section I, Nos 1-19, Appendices 1 and 2.
(1914; English translations)

Documenting events from before Sarajevo until after Versailles.
(pre-1914 - post-1918; translations and transcriptions)
Major Resource

A collection of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
(1914-1918; transcriptions and translations)

Digital primary documents assembled at Mount Holyoke College.
(1914-1919; translations)

Digital primary documents assembled at Mount Holyoke College.
(1918-1941; translations)

Historical documents of the Austrian women's movement.
Gathered by Ariadne, the women's documentation project of the Austrian National Library.
(1918-1938; facsimile books and periodicals)

A collection of primary documents from the Internet Modern History Sourcebook.
(1939-1945; transcriptions and translations)

A collection of documents related to WWII.
From the Avalon Project.
Official (mainly U.S.) government histories, source documents, and other primary references.
(1939-1945; English transcriptions and translations)
Digital primary documents assembled at Mount Holyoke College.
(1938-1945; translations)

Oral histories of Austrian-Jewish emigrees who fled to the USA during the Nazi years.
Part of the Center for Jewish History Digital Collections.
(20th century; audio files)

Documents paving the way towards Austrian independence.
(1955; German transcriptions)

Also contains commentaries and annotations
(Translations and Hungarian transcriptions, some ftp-able)

Primary Documents on 20th Century Austrian History
(20th century; German transcriptions)

Excerpts from historical Austrian constitutions
(1867 - 1955; German transcriptions with French and English translations)
With revisions to 1983, plus other laws and treaties including the neutrality treaty of 1955.
(English translations).

Includes speeches, interviews and press releases of the Austrian Federal Foreign Ministry.
(English translations and German transcriptions)

Minutes of the Sessions of the Bundesrat (Federal Council), Nationalrat (National Council)
and Bundesversammlung (Federal Assembly) of the Austrian Parliament.
(1995-present; transcriptions)

Online corpus of Austrian laws provided by the Austrian National Library, including legal texts from:
The Monarchy
    Justizgesetzsammlung 1780-1848
    Reichsgesetzblatt 1848-1918
    Kronländer
    Stenographische Protokolle des Abgeordnetenhauses 1861-1918
    Stenographische Protokolle des Herrenhauses 1861-1918)
First Republic
    Staatsgesetzblatt 1918-1920
    Bundesgesetzblatt 1920-1934
    Bundesgesetzblatt 1934-1938
    Bundesländer 1918-1938
Austria after Anschluss to the German Reich
    Gesetzblatt für das Land Österreich 1938-1940
    Deutsches Reichsgesetzblatt
    Reichsgaue 1938-1945
Second Republic
    Bundesländer
Current laws are linked to the Rechtsinformationssystem from the Federal Chancellor's office.
(1780 to the present; facsimiles and transcriptions)

Other materials from the Austrian Parliament.
(Transcriptions)

Including essays of important economic thinkers from Austria, England, France, Germany, Italy, and other countries.
(English transcriptions and translations)

Library of Congress guide to constitutional, legal and government documents.
(Translations and transcriptions)

Mostly History of German-Speaking Countries (P = Primary, S = Secondary, M = Instructional Materials)
Click on "P" within a given chronology for primary source documents.
(German transcriptions and German translations)

  • Austriaca -- Austrian & Austro-Hungarian historical documents (and literature).
from Austrian Literature Online.
(17th-20th centuries; German-language facsimiles)

  • Styriaca -- Historical documents and literature of Styria
from Austrian Literature Online.
(19th-20th centuries; German-language facsimiles)

Tirolensien
Further historical documents and literature of Tyrol.
Both from Austrian Literature Online.
(16th-20th centuries; German-language facsimiles)

An ambitious and fast-growing collection of e-books and sources, available only in a Serbo-Croatian interface.
Requires free registration in order to view sources (See especially "Izvori ").
(Facsimiles, links and an online forum)

A set of historical maps from Dr. Ronnie Ellenblum's Historic cities
(Facsimiles)

Map of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1906, just over a decade before its dissolution.
(1906; zoombale map)

18th-century French map of the Austrian Circle, which included parts of present-day Germany, Italy, Slovenia, and Switzerland.
(1792; zoomable map)

Listed by newspaper title or by year.
An ambitious project of the Austrian National Library in cooperation with the Parlamentsbibliothek.
(1738 to the present; facsimile pages)

Includes primary and secondary documents, provided by Don Mabry.
(Transcriptions, facsimiles and commentaries, mostly in English)

(Facsimiles).
(Facsimiles).

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