WW1

Webpage created by Alex Feller.
RESEARCH:

Guide to Austro-Hungarian Army Records by Carl Kotlarchik  http://ahmilitary.blogspot.com/

Military Records of the Austro-Hungarian Army by Ann Rabinowitz  http://jewishgen.blogspot.com/2013/04/military-records-of-austro-hungarian.html

Austria Military Records by FamilySearch  https://familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/Austria_Military_Records

Campaign Atlas to the Great War by USMA  http://www.westpoint.edu/history/SitePages/WWI.aspx

Czech National Kramerius Digital Library
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Upper Austrian Regional Library
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Austrian National Library
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International Red Cross
Cards of Prisoners of War and Civilians in Internment Camps:  http://grandeguerre.icrc.org/

Judisches Archiv
Periodical of events in Galicia during WW1 including lists of Jewish soldiers and refugees.  http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009014019

Kriegsarchiv in Vienna

Family History Library
Galician Military Records 1865-1930 (microfilms 2439871-2448983): https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1713234
    (Microreproduction of original manuscripts at the Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in L′viv.  Military records (registration cards, personnel files, medical tests) from various cities in Galizien, Austria; now in various areas of Poland (mainly Krakow province) and Ukraine (mainly L′viv, Ivano-Frankivs′k, and Ternopil′ provinces). Includes personnel files for military personnel, both officers and enlisted. About 70% of the documents show the name, birth place and year; less than 10% have the full birth date. Filed alphabetically by year. The years are not in order. There are some documents that are out of order, usually found at the end of the file. Text in German, Polish, and Ukrainian. Record group 780, series 3, files 108-962, 964.)

Stanislau District Military Records 1883-1939 (microfilms): https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1382964
    (Microreproduction of original manuscripts at the State Archives of Ivano-Frankivs′k Region, Ukraine.  Military records (lists of recruits) for Stanislau (Gerichtsbezirk), Galizien, Austria; later Stanisławów (powiat), Stanisławów, Poland; now Ivano-Frankivs′k, Ivano-Frankivs′k, Ukraine. Text in Polish, Ukrainian and Russian.  Record group 6, series 2, files 20-22, 35-45, 68-72, 107, 134-143, 206-216, 240-248, 283-290, 328-333, 359-365, 392-395, 416-419, 451-455, 484-489, 505-510, 525-533A, 546-548, 565-568, 589-592, 634-639 -- Record group 7, series 1, files 75, 140.)

Stanislau Census Registers 1857-1880 (microfilms 2415418-2415421): https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1382791
    (Microreproduction of original manuscripts at the State Archives of Ivano-Frankivs′k Region, Ukraine.  Census registers for the citizens of Stanislau (Stanislau), Galizien, Austria; later Stanisławów (Stanisławów), Stanisławów, Poland; now Ivano-Frankivs′k (before 1962 - Stanislav), Ivano-Frankivs′k, Ivano-Frankivs′k, Ukraine. Text in Polish and Russian.  Record group 7, series 1, files 54, 281-287.)

Stanislau District Vital Records 1754-1938 (microfilms): https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1256574
    (Microreproduction of original manuscripts at the State Archives of Ivano-Frankivs′k Region, Ukraine.  Archival register for the Greek Catholic, Roman Catholic and Jewish Church records (births, marriages, deaths) for the Stanislau district, Galizien, Austria; later Stanisławów province, Poland; now Ivano-Frankivs′k Region (before 1962 - Stanislavov Region), Ukraine. Text in Ukrainian, Russian and Latin.
Record group 448, series 1 -- Record group 449, series 1 -- Record group 450, series 1 -- Record group 451, series 1 -- Record group 452, series 1 -- Record group 453, series 1 -- Record group 454, series 1 -- Record group 455, series 1 -- Record group 456, series 1 -- Record group 457, series 1 -- Record group 458, series 1 -- Record group 459, series 1 -- Record group 460, series 1 -- Record group 461, series 1 -- Record group 462, series 1 -- Record group 463, series 1 -- Record group 464, series 1 -- Record group 465, series 1 -- Record group 466, series 1 -- Record group 467, series 1 -- Record group 468, series 1 -- Record group 469, series 1 -- Record group 470, series 1 -- Record group 471, series 1 -- Record group 472, series 1 -- Record group 473, series 1 -- Record group 474, series 1 -- Record group 475, series 1 -- Record group 476, series 1 -- Record group 477, series 1 -- Record group 478, series 1 -- Record group 479, series 1 -- Record group 480, series 1 -- Record group 481, series 1 -- Record group 482, series 1 -- Record group 483, series 1 -- Record group 492, series 1 -- Record group 494, series 1 -- Record group 495, series 1 -- Record group 504, series 2 -- Record group 631, series 1, files 1-640 -- Record group 631, series 2, files 1-99.)

Stanislau Province Emigration Records 1930-1939 (microfilms 2441710-2441713): https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1786924
    (Microreproduction of original manuscripts at the State Archives of Ivano-Frankivs′k Region, Ukraine. Emigration records (lists of emigrants, correspondence, applications, passenger lists) from the province of Stanislau, Galizien, Austria; later Stanisławów, Poland; now mainly in Ivano-Frankivs′k, Ukraine. Text in Polish, Russian, and Ukrianian. Record group 260, series 1, files 20, 35, 39, 44, 65, 72, 77, 89-99, 107, 131, 149, 154 -- Record group 513, series 1, files 19, 26-27, 54-55, 68-71.)

Stanislau Province Jewish Metrical Records 1870-1934 (microfilme 2405339): https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1694435
    (Microreproduction of manuscripts at the Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in L′viv.  Jewish records (metrical certificates) for the province of Stanislau, Galizien, Austria; later Stanisławów, Poland; now Ivano-Frankivs′k, Ukraine. Years of documents may not reflect year of actual event. Text in Polish and German.  Record group 701, series 1, file 309.)

1983 Guide to the Ivano-Frankvisk Archive (microfiche 6105390): https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/612743

1960 Guide to the Ivano-Frankvisk Archive (microfiche 6105368): https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/612797
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