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Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Oesterreich

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Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Oesterreich (English, Biographical Encyclopedia of the Austrian Empire) (abbreviated Wurzbach from the author's surname) is a 60-volume work, edited and published by Constantin von Wurzbach, containing about 24,254 critical biographies of notable personages in every walk of life and from all parts of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy who were born, lived or worked there during the period 1750–1850.

Endpapers to Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Österreich
Endpapers to Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Österreich

See also

References

Wikisource-logo.svg This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainGilman, D. C.; Peck, H. T.; Colby, F. M., eds. (1905). "Wurzbach, Constant, von Tannenberg" . New International Encyclopedia (1st ed.). New York: Dodd, Mead.

External links

  • ws = Text at German-language Wikisource
  • alo = Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Oesterreich at Austrian Literature Online
    • ws alo  Volume 1 (1856): A – Blumenthal
    • ws alo  Volume 2 (1857): Bninski – Cordova
    • ws alo  Volume 3 (1858): Coremans – Eger
    • ws alo  Volume 4 (1858): Egervári – Füchs
    • ws alo  Volume 5 (1859): Füger – Gsellhofer
    • ws alo  Volume 6 (1860): Guadagni – Habsburg (Agnes – Ludwig)
    • ws alo  Volume 7 (1861): Habsburg – Hartlieb
    • ws alo  Volume 8 (1862): Hartmann – Heyser
    • ws alo  Volume 9 (1863): Hibler – Hysel
    • ws alo Volume 10 (1863): Jablonowski – Karolina
    • ws alo Volume 11 (1864): Károlyi – Kiwisch und Nachträge
    • ws alo Volume 12 (1864): Klácel – Korzistka
    • ws alo Volume 13 (1865): Kosarek – Lagkner
    • ws alo Volume 14 (1865): Laicharding – Lenzi und Nachträge (II. Folge)
    • ws alo Volume 15 (1866): Leon – Lomeni
    • ws alo Volume 16 (1867): Londonia – Marlow
    • ws alo Volume 17 (1867): Maroevic – Meszlény
    • ws alo Volume 18 (1868): Metastasio – Molitor
    • ws alo Volume 19 (1868): Moll – Mysliveczek
    • ws alo Volume 20 (1869): Nabielak – Odelga
    • ws alo Volume 21 (1870): O'Donell – Perényi
    • ws alo Volume 22 (1870): Pergen – Podhradszky und Nachträge (III. Folge)
    • ws alo Volume 23 (1872): Podlaha – Prokesch
    • ws alo Volume 24 (1872): Prokop – Raschdorf
    • ws alo Volume 25 (1868): Rasner – Rhederer
    • ws alo Volume 26 (1874): Rhedey – Rosenauer und Nachträge (VI. Folge)
    • ws alo Volume 27 (1874): Rosenberg – Rzikowsky
    • ws alo Volume 28 (1874): Saal – Sawiczewski und Nachträge (VII. Folge)
    • ws alo Volume 29 (1875): Sax – Schimpf
    • ws alo Volume 30 (1875): Schindler – Schmuzer
    • ws alo Volume 31 (1876): Schnabel – Schröter
    • ws alo Volume 32 (1876): Schrötter – Schwicker
    • ws alo Volume 33 (1877): Schwarzenberg – Seidl
    • ws alo Volume 34 (1879): Seidl – Sina
    • ws alo Volume 35 (1877): Sinacher – Sonnenthal
    • ws alo Volume 36 (1878): Sonnklar – Stadelmann
    • ws alo Volume 37 (1878): Stadion – Stegmayer
    • ws alo Volume 38 (1879): Stehlik – Stietka
    • ws alo Volume 39 (1879): Stifft – Streel
    • ws alo Volume 40 (1880): Streeruwitz – Suszycki
    • ws alo Volume 41 (1880): Susil – Szeder
    • ws alo Volume 42 (1880): Szedler – Taaffe
    • ws alo Volume 43 (1881): Tabacchi – Terklau
    • ws alo Volume 44 (1882): Terlago – Thürmer
    • ws alo Volume 45 (1882): Thugut – Török
    • ws alo Volume 46 (1882): Toffoli – Traubenburg
    • ws alo Volume 47 (1883): Traubenfeld – Trzeschtik
    • ws alo Volume 48 (1883): Trzetrzewinsky – Ullepitsch
    • ws alo Volume 49 (1884): Ullik – Vassimon
    • ws alo Volume 50 (1884): Vastag – Villani
    • ws alo Volume 51 (1885): Villata – Vrbna
    • ws alo Volume 52 (1885): Vrčevic – Wallner
    • ws alo Volume 53 (1886): Wallnöfer – Weigelsperg
    • ws alo Volume 54 (1886): Weil – Weninger
    • ws alo Volume 55 (1887): Weninger – Wied
    • ws alo Volume 56 (1888): Wiedemann – Windisch
    • ws alo Volume 57 (1889): Windisch-Grätz – Wolf
    • ws alo Volume 58 (1889): Wolf – Wurmbrand
    • ws alo Volume 59 (1890): Wurmser – Zhuber
    • ws alo Volume 60 (1891): Zichy – Zyka
  • Text file created using optical character recognition at the Internet Archive
  • Catalog entry for Stock reprint of 2001 at the German National Library
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