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Guide to Austria ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, parish registers, and military records.
Country Information[edit | edit source]
Austria is landlocked and in a strategic location at the crossroads of central Europe bordering the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. The major river is the Danube. As a result of wars and political realignments, the internal and external boundaries of Austria have changed several times. German is the official language.
Getting Started[edit | edit source]
Getting Started with Austria Research
Links to articles on getting started with Austrian research.
Austria Research Tools
Links to articles and websites that assist in Austrian research.
Austria Clickable Map[edit | edit source]
The boundaries of Austria have changed over time. Your ancestor may have said he was from Austria, but actually he may have come from any of the countries that once belonged to the Hapsburg Monarchy or Austro-Hungarian Empire. Therefore, see also Research in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Provinces of Modern Austria[edit | edit source]
More Austria Research Strategies[edit | edit source]
Research strategies give guidance on how to research or what records to search for first. Below are additional research strategy Wiki articles for Austria.
More Austria Research Tools[edit | edit source]
Research tools can include resources that assist in locating correct records to search and determining the correct locality to search in. Below are links and Wiki articles to research tools in Austria.
- Information System Austrian National Library - Special link collection for genealogy (55 links, Page in German)
- Austria Genealogy links
- Austria GenWeb
- Beginners Guide to Austrian Jewish Genealogy
- Burgenland Bunch
- Displaced Persons' (DP) Camps Table of Contents
- GenTeam Gazetteer
References[edit | edit source]
- Wikipedia contributors, "Austria," in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austria, accessed 23 March 2016.