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First posted on September 11th 2006, last revised using Dr. Link Check on October 4th 2012






While Moravia was, with interruptions, united in a Dynastic Union with Bohemia since 1054, it retained separate administrative institutions until 1918. The Moravian history files exclusively cover the territory of Moravia; for the history of Dynasty and the complex of the Lands of the Bohemian Crown, click here, for that of the Holy Roman Empire (-1806) click here, for that of Austria-Hungary (-1918) here.

Administrative History of Moravia
Church History of Moravia
Demographic History of Moravia
Economic History of Moravia
Periods in the History of Moravia

Historical Encyclopedias on the History of Moravia

Greater Moravia

For the history of Moravia since 1918 see under :

History of Czechoslovakia (1918-1991)
History of the Czech Republic (since 1991)

Historical Atlas : Lands of the Bohemian Crown, Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic Pages







WEB-BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . EXTERNAL FILES
Country Profiles Article Moravia, from Wikipedia
Article Mähren, from Wikipedia German edition
Article Mähren, from BKGE, in German
Links, General Category : Moravia, from Wikipedia
Kategorie : Mähren, from Wikipedia German edition
Links, on History
Historical Dictionaries Moravia Entries in GAMEO (Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online)
Europas Mitte, Ehemals Deutschsprachige Südmährische Gemeinden im WWW; click on Minilexikon; in German
Timelines
Accounts of History Article Moravia : History, March of Moravia, from Wikipedia
Article Mähren : Geschichte, from Wikipedia German edition
Military Articles Hussite Wars, from Wikipedia
Seven Years War : Battle of Domstadtl, from about.com
Economy & Finances Industriegeschichte in Böhmen, Mähren und Schlesien, by Edgar Bergstein und Christian Brünig (Industrial History of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia) in German
Bibliographie zur Geschichte und Kultur des Weines : Mähren
Foto Gellery Wine Tradition in Mikulov, from travel.cz
Czech Republic, from European Textile Network (historical sites)
Windmills in the Czech Republic, from Windmill World
Ethnography see Demographic History of Moravia at this site
Moravia, pp.246-247 in G.G. Chisholm, The world as it is; a popular account of the countries and peoples of the earth 1884, IA
Religion Chronology of Catholic Dioceses, Czech R., from Kirken i Norge
Article Entstehungsgeschichte der Hutterer, from Wikibooks, in German
Czechoslovakia, from International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies - Cemetery Project
Juden in Mähren, Judengemeinden in Südmähren, by Gerhard Hanak, in German
Article Evangelicka Cirkev v Rakousku 1781-1918, from Wikipedia Czech edition
History of Regions Political Subdivision of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia, by Karel Kysilka (on historical geography)
History of Cities Articles Brno : History, Hustopece : History, Jihlava, Olomouc : History, Ostrava : History, Znojmo, from Wikipedia
Articles Boskovice : Geschichte (Boskowitz), Brünn : Geschichte, Bsenec : Geschichte (Bisenz), Hustopece : Geschichte (Auspitz), Hodonin (Göding), Holesov (Holleschau), Jihlava : Geschichte (Iglau), Kromeriz : Geschichte (Kremsier), Kyjov (Gaya), Mikulov : Geschichte (Nikolsburg), Moravsky Krumlov (Kromau), Novo Jicin : Geschichte (Neutitschein), Olmütz : Geschichte, Ostrava : Geschichte (Ostrau), Prerov (Prerau), Prostejov (Prossnitz), Slavkov u Brna (Austerlitz), Uherske Hradiste (Ungarisch Hradisch), Vyskov (Wischau), Znojmo : Geschichte (Znaim), from Wikipedia German edition
History of the City of Brno
Aus der Geschichte Vsetins, from Stadt Vsetin, in German
Die Geschichte von Olmütz, from Olomouc Tourism, in German
Geschichte der Stadt Hof in Mähren, by Kurt Beier, in German
Institutions Structurae : Czech Republic
Biographies
Others

WEB-BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . EXTERNALLY POSTED DOCUMENTS
Lists of Statesmen World Statesmen, Czech Republic by Ben Cahoon
Regents of Moravia, by Tacitus Historical Atlas
Population Figures Historical Population Statistics : Czech Rep., from Population Statistics at Univ. Utrecht
Population : Österreich : Mähren und Schlesien 1819-1848, Mähren 1849-1866, from HGIS
Document Collections Czech Medieval Sources Online
Verfassungen der Markgrafschaft Mähren (Contitutions of the Margraviate of Moravia), from Verfassungen.de, in German
Description of Records and Collections of the Moravian Provincial Archives in Brno
Search Hansard for Moravia
Ch.19 : De Scriptoribus Rerum Hungaricarum, Bohemicarum et Silesicarum, pp.512-532 in B.G. Struve, Selecta bibliotheca historica, 1705, in Latin, GB ; a catalogue of narrative historical sources
A. Schmidl, Reisehandbuch durch da Königreich Böhmen, Mähren, Schlesien, Galizien, die Bukowina und nach Jassy, 1836, in German, GB
Historical Maps Moravia, from Sohr-Berghaus, Handatlas, 4th edition 1847, 6th edition 1874, 7th edition 1883, 8th edition 1892, posted by M. Witkam
Brünn, from Sohr-Berghaus, Handatlas, 6th edition 1874, 8th edition 1892, posted by M. Witkam
City Panoramas 1650, from Historic Maps, Brünn
Map of Moravia 1569 (Fabricius), posted by Austrian National Library, comment in German
Map of Moravia 1712 (segment, Müller), posted by Austrian National Library, comment in German
Map of Moravia 1760 (Vaugondy), posted by It's All Relative
Map of Moravia 1882 (Blackie & Sons), posted by FEEFHS
Road Map of Moravia 1938-1939 (Shell), posted by Landkartenarchiv,comment in German
Map of Moravia c.1887 (Meyer 5th ed.), from Hic Leones
Map : Austria-Hungary (borders of Catholic Dioceses; from Streit, Atlas Hierarchicus 1913), posted by M. Witkam
Encyclopedia Entries Article : Moravia, Brünn, from Catholic Encyclopedia 1907-1914
Articles : Moravia, Aussee, Austerlitz, Bisenz, Boskowitz, Brünn, Gaya, Göding, Holleschau, Iglau, Kremsir, Mährisch-Ostrau, Neutitschen, Nikolsburg, Olmütz, Prerau, Prossnitz, Triesch, Znaim, from Jewish Encyclopedia 1901-1906
Articles Moravia, Austerlitz, Brunn, Iglau, Kremsier, Neutitschein, Nikolsburg, Olmutz, Ostrau, Prerau, Prossnitz, Sternberg, Znaim, from EB 1911
Articles Mähren, Auspitz, Aussee, Austerlitz, Bisenz, Boskowitz, Brünn, Datschitz, Gaya, Göding, Gross-Meseritsch, Hohenstadt, Holleschau, Hradisch, Iglau, Kremsier, Kromau, Littau, Mährisch Budwitz, Mährisch Neustadt, Mährisch Ostrau, Mährisch Trübau, Mistek, Neutitschein, Nikolsburg, Olmütz, Prerau, Prossnitz, Römerstadt, Schönberg, Sternberg, Trebitsch, Ungarisch-Brod, Walachisch-Meseritsch, Weisskirchen, Wischau, Znaim, from Meyers Konversationslexikon, 4th edition, 1885-1892, in German
Article Moravia, from GAMEO
Article Mähren, from Lexikon des Mittelalters, in German
Mähren und Oesterreichisch-Schlesien, pp.575-577 in vol.2 of C.Fr. Staeudlin, Kirchliche Geographie u. Statistik, 1804, in German, GB
Newspapers Periodika, from Digitales Forum Mittel- und Osteuropa, German language historical periodicals from Central and Eastern Europe
Archives, Musea, Libraries Archives in the Czech Republic, from OACES (addresses)
Brno City Archive
Herder Institut, Bildarchiv, 1110 entries for Mähren
Mährisches Landesarchiv - Bibliothek, from Fabian-Handbuch, in German
Mährisches Landesarchiv, from Bohemia, Moravia et Silesia Judaica, in German
Österreichisches Staatsarchiv
National Symbols Flag of Moravia, from FOTW; Coat of Arms, from International Civic Heraldry, from Hic Leones (Meyer 5th ed.)
Coins Search Coin Archives for Moravia, Mähren
Numismata : David Ruckser, Coins of Bohemia and Moravia
Others

PRINTED REFERENCE
Bibliography Ceska Historica Bibliografie
EBSEES (European Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies), search for Mähren, Moravia); CEEOL (Central and Eastern European Online Library, search for Moravia
Bibliographie zur Geschichte und Kultur des Weines : Mähren
Bibliographie : Tschechien, from Computatio, scroll down for Südmähren
Hutterian Brethren Book Centre
Literature North Moravia, by Andreas Hanacek
Mähren, from Herder Institut
Online Libraries CEEOL (Central and Eastern European Online Library, search for Moravia; subscription required
Czech History Derek Sayer, The Coasts of Bohemia, A Czech History, Princeton : Univ. Press 1998, 442 pp., KMLA Lib.Sign. 943.71 S274t
Fritz Peter Habel, Die Sudetendeutschen (The Sudeten Germans), München : Langen Müller (1992) 3rd, enlarged edition 2002 , in German [G]
General Accounts Bertold Bretholz, Geschichte Mährens, Bd.1, in German, posted by Internet Archive
Regional, Local History
Sources Ch. d'Elvert (ed.), Mährische und schlesische Chroniken (1861) in German, posted on Internet Archive
Historical Dictionaries Jiri Hochman, Historical Dictionary of the Czech State, London : Scarecrow 1998, 272 pp., KMLA Lib.Sign. R 943.71 H686h