The Concept of National Belonging and The Practice of Determining National Belonging in Old Austrian Nationalities Law, 1932
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Texts relating to how nationality was determined in Bohemia and Moravia under Habsburg rule (mostly precedents from the beginning of the 20th century). [For related material, see the Lehar case and the Moravian court decision in that case, also in this archive]
Bohemia; Moravia; Schools; Czechs; Germans; Language issues; Nationalization; Nationalism; Legal decisions
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Steinacker, Wolfgang. Der Begriff der Volkszugehoerigkeit und die Praxis der Volkszugehoerigkeitsbestimmung im altoesterreichischen Nationalitaetenrecht [The Concept of National Belonging and The Practice of Determining National Belonging in Old Austrian Nationalities Law]. Innsbruck: Universitaets-Verlag Wagner, 1932. Translated by Jeremy King, 2004. Explanatory remarks and original German phrasing provided in brackets .
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