First posted on February 18th 2006






Timeline : Vorarlberg


1391
1420
1445
1451
1460
1512
1523
1525
1616
1617
1617-1619
1647
1649
1677
1707
c. 1725
1744
1752-1782
1765
1768
1789-1791
1796
1799, 1800
1805
1809
1814
1837
1849
1861
1861
1872
1901
1907, 1913
1918
1919
1934
1938
1939
1945-1955
1968
1978
Vorarlberg Conjuration; creation of the Estates
Habsburg Dynasty acquired Bludenz, Montafon
Swiss invasion into Vorarlberg
Habsburg Austria purchased half of the Barony of Bregenz
Swiss invasion
Holy Roman Empire organized in Imperial Circles; Vorarlberg to Austrian Circle
Habsburg Austria acquired second half of Barony of Bregenz
Vorarlberg one of the scenes of the German Peasants' War
First printing shop in Vorarlberg (Hohenems)
Jews permitted to settle in Hohenems
Execution, expulsion of Anabaptists
Bregenz occupied by the Swedes
Jesuits came to Feldkirch, founded Gymnasium
Last witch trial and execution in Vorarlberg
Rebellion of the Common Man, against excessive taxation
Introduction of the potato cultivation
War of Austrian Succession; invading French forces defeated
Vorarlberg placed under the administration of Vorderösterreich, capital Freiburg
Austria acquired County Hohenems
Feldkirch Rebellion
Popular resistance against Josephine reforms
First War of the Coalition; invading French forces defeated
Second War of the Coalition; invading French forces defeated
Austria ceded Vorarlberg, Tyrol to Bavaria
Rebellion against Bavarian rule
Vorarlberg restored to Austrian rule
First strike in Vorarlberg
Vorarlberg (long administered as an annex to Tyrol) annexed into Tyrol
Vorarlberg separated from Tyrol, granted a provincial diet (Landtag)
Vorarlberg Protestant Community established
First railroad in Vorarlberg opened
Dornbirn elevated to city
Request for a separate provincial government twice denied
Vorarlberg unilaterally declared itself autonomous, within the Republic of Austria
Vorarlberg state constitution
Vorarlberg Radio Station began operation
Anschluss
Vorarlberg integrated into Reichsgau Tirol-Vorarlberg
Vorarlberg in French Zone of Occupation
Diocesis of Feldkirch (covering Vorarlberg) established
Arlberg Tunnel opened