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First posted on February 28th 2010






In 1809 Austria was compelled by the Treaty of Schönbrunn to cede to France the Duchy of Carinthia, the Duchy of Carniola, the County of Gorizia, Trieste, Austrian and Venetian Istria, part of Croatia, part of the Austrian Military Frontier (both west of the Sava) and formerly Venetian Dalmatia, including the formerly independent Republic of Ragusa. These territories were formed into the (French) Illyrian Provinces. In 1813 these territories were taken under Austrian military administration. In 1816, Carinthia, Carniola, Gorizia, Trieste and Istria were formed into the (Austrian) Kingdom of Illyria; Dalmatia was to form a separate Austrian crownland, while the asreas west of the Sava were reunited with Croatia and the Austrian Military Frontier.

Illyrian Provinces 1809-1813






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WEB-BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . EXTERNAL FILES
Country Profiles Provinces Illyriennes, pp.108- in : Ch.C. le Tellier, Geographie des commençants, 1811, in French, GB
Links, on History
Organizations
Historical Dictionary
Timelines
Accounts of History general Article Illyrian Provinces, from Wikipedia; Article Provinces Illyriennes, from Wikipedia French edition; Article : Province Illiriche, from Wikipedia Italian edition; Article : Illyrische Provinzen, from Wikipedia German edition
Military Nicolai Velimirovic, Französisch-Slavische Kämpfe in der Bocca di Cattaro 1806-1814 (1910), posted by Gutenberg Library Online, in German
Economy
Ethnography Nicolai Velimirovic, Französisch-Slavische Kämpfe in der Bocca di Cattaro 1806-1814 (1910), posted by Gutenberg Library Online, in German
Social History
Religion
Local History
Biographies S. Ljubic, Dizionario biografico degli uomini illustri della Dalmazia, 1836, in Italian, posted on Google Books
Others Chapitre V : Publication des lois et decrets dans les provinces illyriennes pp.6- in vol.18 of Collection complete des lois, decrets d'interee general, traites ..., 1836, in French, GB

WEB-BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . EXTERNALLY POSTED DOCUMENTS
Historical Data Lists of Statesmen Dalmatia, from World Statesmen by Ben Cahoon; scroll down for Illyrian Provinces
Population Figures
Documents Historical Newspapers Links Kranten Historisch [historical newspapers]
Image Databanks Europeana
Wikimedia Commons
Archival Deposits
Constitutions, Laws
Document Collections napoleonica.org has an extensive collection of online documents, 84 of them on Illyria. Click 'recherche', type 'illyrie'. most importantly Feb. 1st 1811 : Projet de Decret sur l"organisation de l'Illyrie (Project of a Decree on the Organization of Illyria), Nov. 16th 1809 : Projet relatif au Gouvernement des Provinces d'Illyrie (Project concerning the Government of the Illyrian Provinces). In French
Individual Documents
Historical Maps Italy, from Atlas classique et universel de geographie ancienne et moderne,1812, from Portuguese National Digital Library
Historical
Encyclopedia Entries
Article Illyria, from Catholic Encyclopedia
Parliamentary Debates Hansard (British Parliament)
Travelogues
Institutions Archives Croatia - Regional State Archives, scroll down for Split, Zadar
Musea Museums and Galleries in Split
Archaeological Museum in Zadar
Monuments
Libraries
State Symbols Flags, Coats of Arms
Coins Medal : Conquest of Dalmatia (1807), from Napoleonic Medals : 1st Austrian Campaign by Fortiter; scroll down
Medal : Conquest of Illyria (1809), from Napoleonic Medals : 2nd Austrian Campaign by Fortiter; scroll down

PRINTED REFERENCE
Bibliographies general Datenbasis Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde (Data Base on International Relations and Country Studies) (site in German, most titles listed in English; numerous entries; publications mostly since 1970)
RHS Bibliography
UK National Archive Online Library
on the Illyrian Provinces Croatian Scientific Bibliography
G. Valentinelli, Bibliografia della Dalmazia e del Montenegro, 1855, Supplementi al saggio bibliografico della Dalmazia e del Montenegro , 1862, posted on Internet Archive
Online Libraries general Internet Archives
Gutenberg Library Online
e-corpus
on Eastern Europe Central and Eastern European Online Library
Online Journals full text online
Online Yearbooks full text online The Annual register, or a view of the history, politics and literature for the year 1805, 1807, 1806, 1808, posted on Google Books
General Accounts Giuseppe Praga, History of Dalmatia, Pisa : Giardini 1993
R.E. Petermann, Führer durch Dalmatien (1899) in German, posted on Internet Archive
Specific Topics