Bukovina 1775-1815 Bukovina 1849-1914






Bukovina 1815-1849



Between 1784 and 1849, the Bukovina administratively was placed under the Austrian province of GALICIA, with seat in Lemberg (Lviv). CZERNOWITZ was the capital of the Bukovina.
The policy of encouraging immigration continued.
After the revolutionary events of 1848-1849, the Bukovina was proclaimed a separate DUCHY, and administrated from Vienna.


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EXTERNAL
LINKS
Bucovina, from the Jewish Web Index
Bukovina Info, a number of articles in German, on historical topics; many philatelic
History of the Bukovina, from 4th Moon
Bukovina Chronology in the Context of European History, by Sophie A. Welisch
History of Chernivtsi (Czernowitz), from komkon.org
Article Bukovina, from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1911 edition
DOCUMENTS Coat of Arms, from International Civic Heraldry
World Rulers : Bukovina, by B. Cahoon
REFERENCE Erich Prokopowitsch, Die Rumänische Nationalbewegung in der Bukowina und der Dako-Romanismus (The Romanian National Movement in the Bukowina and Daco-Romanism), Köln : Böhlau 1965, in German


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First posted on August 19th 2002, last revised on November 8th 2004

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