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Originally appearing in Volume V22, Page 964 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.—The records of Austria-Hungary, Bohemia, and the other states under the same government, are still preserved locally. There are repositories of government records at Vienna, Budapest and Prague, and ten provincial places of deposit. Even at Vienna there is nothing resembling the English Public Record Office; the Kaiserliches and konigliches Haus-, Hof- and Staatsarchiv contains the papers of the imperial family and the records of imperial administration and of that of foreign affairs. Of other departmental papers those at the Ministry of War are the most important. There is no complete inventory of all these records. At Budapest since 1875 have been collected the archives of Hungary, Transylvania, Croatia and the government of Fiume: for an account of the records in this and other Hungarian and Transylvanian repositories see Fr. Zimmermann's Uber Archiv in Ungarn; ein Fiihrer durch ungarlandische and siebenburgische Archive.
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