|Review||Link/Service/Resource and Comments|
||Summary: Castle Links|
to help you find info about historic buildings.
||Summary: Links to Austrian Church Resources|
to help you find the right parish.
||Summary: Links to Austrian Media|
selected daily papers, radio, TV.
||Historikerkanzlei Genealogisch-Historische Recherchen GmbH |
was founded in 2004 by four historians in cooperation with a university professor for Contemporary History at the University of Vienna and has been concerned with global genealogic-historic research from the beginning. The service package includes:
Procurement of (historic) diploma, birth, marriage, and death certificates, procurement of citizenship certificates (if desired in cooperation with lawyers also their validation), search for relatives and ancestors, drawing up genealogical trees, global search for unknown heirs, procurement of certificates ascertaining nobility status, procurement of documents necessary to claim restitution
||MOM - Monasterium |
[Virtuelles Urkundenarchiv österreichischer Klöster]
An online archive of medieval charters (till 1500) and a representative collection of documents of the following centuries from the following monasteries: Aggsbach, Altenburg, Ardagger, Dürnstein, Gaming, Geras, Göttweig, Heiligenkreuz, Herzogenburg, Klosterneuburg, Lilienfeld, Mariazell in Österreich, Mauerbach, Melk, Neukloster, Pernegg, Säusenstein, Schottenstift, Seitenstetten, St. Andrä, St. Dorothea, St. Pölten and Zwettl.
||Heraldisch-Genealogische Gesellschaft "ADLER" |
Information about the genealogical society and its library in German but very little content or research guidance.
||Austro-Hungarian Land Forces 1848-1918 by Glenn Jewison & Jörg C. Steiner|
||The History of Austria by Richard Jaklitsch|
||The Museum of Military History|
||The MOM Project|
Access to the digital archives of monasteries in Lower Austria and Vienna
||The Historical Museum of the City of Vienna|
only in German
||Genealogic Research in Carinthia |
by Hans Pawlik jr.
commercial research and production of heraldry artwork.
the Austria auction house (antiques, art, etc.)
||Genealogie Forschungsstelle, Wels|
LDS FHC in Wels, Upper Austria (in German) with an index of available films.
||Archives of the Province of Vorarlberg|
(in German) with e-mail contact.
||Heraldik Erika Watzenegger
a commercial heraldry, calligraphy and genealogy service in Vorarlberg (in German).
||Austria Culture Net|
with lots of useful links and the Cafe Central.
hierarchical, regionally structured information about Austria.
||Jewish Museum, Vienna|
with information about its exhibitions and archives.
||The Documentation Centre of
Austrian Resistance (DÖW)|
with information about the library and archive.
||Vienna Database on European Family History|
very interesting ennumerations and census information. Some interactive queries are possible but offline analysis requires installion of Kleio, special DB program developed at the Max-Planck Institute for History in Göttingen. Thanks to Ludwig Blaha for finding this link.
||IHFF -Institute for Historical Family Research|
is a company that can undertake to do your research for a fee.
||The Burgenland Bunch|
is a group of genealogists performing various research projects relating to the province of Burgenland. Excellent free monthly newsletters.
||Ostarrichi and Austria: The Millennium 996-1996 |
presented by the Austrian Ministry of Science and Transport.
||ZIP codes in Austria|
sorted by province.
||Henkel's Austrian E-Mail Directory|
helps you find e-mail addresses in Austria.
||Online Telephone Directory |
See also usage tips.
|9/97||The Austrian National Library|
is a useful place to visit.
||The Austrian State Archives |
with essential information for researchers.
||The Libraries of the University of Vienna|
provides a very comprehensive index. See also: Universities in Austria
|9/97||The Catholic Web|
provides many useful links.
Encyclopedia of Austrian culture and heritage with a search facility.
||The Vienna City Council|
including information about the Vienna City Archives and Tracing Your Ancestors in Vienna.
||Austria National Tourist Office|
provides some useful information about Austria today.
The Central Statistical Office in Austria|
with useful census information.
||Austria Internet Searches|
allows you to search for information on Austrian servers.
||The Unofficial Website of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Austria|
provides pages with useful information about genealogy in Austria.