Here you find a selection of those legal documents that were the basis for the systematic withdrawal of property assets by the NS regime in Austria. The Law Gazette of the State of Austria (1938-1940) is made available by courtesy of ALEX (Historical Legislation and Law Texts Online), the digital reading room of the Austrian National Library for laws. The banners refer to the respective provenance of the documents provided here.
I. Foreign-Exchange Law | II. Property Registration | III. "Anschluss" | IV. Administration by Commission | V. Collections of Documents
I. Foreign-Exchange Law | 5 entries1938-06-01 GBlÖ. 155/1938
Law concerning the amendment of and the supplement to the foreign-exchange ordinance (2nd Foreign Exchange Act for Austria)
1938-03-23 GBlÖ. 13/1938
Law concerning an amendment to and supplement of the Foreign Exchange Ordinance (Foreign Exchange Law for Austria)
1939-01-09 GBlÖ. 24/1939
Proclamation by the Reich Governor in Austria proclaiming the ordinance on the implementation of the law on foreign-exchange restrictions dated 23 December 1938
1938-12-30 GBlÖ. 700/1938
Proclamation by the Reich Governor in Austria proclaiming the ordinance on foreign-exchange restrictions (guidelines for foreign-exchange restrictions) dated 22 December 1938
1938-12-16 GBlÖ. 654/1938
Proclamation by the Reich Governor in Austria proclaiming the law on foreign-exchange restrictions dated 12 December 1938
II. Property Registration | 5 entries1938-04-27 GBlÖ. 103/1938
Proclamation by the Reich Governor in Austria proclaiming the order of the person responsible for the four-year plan based on the ordinance on the registration of property by Jews dated 26 April 1938.
1938-04-27 GBlÖ. 102/1938
Proclamation by the Reich Governor in Austria proclaiming the ordinance on the registration of property by Jews dated 26 April 1938.
1938-12-28 GBlÖ. 697/1938
Proclamation of the Reich Governor in Austria proclaiming the correction of a typing error in the ordinance on the application oif Jewish property in Austria dated 3 December 1938
1938-12-06 GBlÖ. 633/1938
Proclamation by the Reich Governor in Austria proclaiming the ordinance on the application of Jewish property dated 3 December 1938
1938-05-18 GBlÖ. 139/1938
Proclamation by the Reich Governor in Austria concerning the transfer of competencies pursuant to the regulations on the registration of property by Jews and on the establishment of a property registration office with the Ministry of Trade and Transport.<
III. "Anschluss" | 6 entries1938-10-01 RGBl. I 1938, S. 1333
Law on territorial changes in Austria
1938-03-18 OKW Order for "Enterprise Otto"
Instructions for implementation by the supreme command of the German Wehrmacht regarding the order by Adolf Hitler as the supreme commander of the German Wehrmacht for the armed march into Austria ("Enterprise Otto").
1938-07-02 VO zum Schutze der nationalen Symbole
Ordinance introducing the law for the protection of national symbols in Austria.
1938-03-18 RGBl. I 1938, S. 237-238
Law on the re-unification of Austria and the German Reich.
1938-03-11 Order "Enterprise Otto"
Order by Adolf Hitler as the supreme commander of the German Wehrmacht for the armed march into Austria ("Enterprise Otto"). Weisung des Obersten Befehlshabers der Wehrmacht Adolf Hitler für den bewaffneten Einmarsch der Wehrmacht in Österreich ["Unterneh
1938-07-03 RGBl. I 1938, S.790-791
Ordinance on German nationality in Austria (3 July 1938)
IV. Administration by Commission | 2 entries1938-04-13 GBlÖ. 80/1938
Law on the appointment of administrative commissioners and supervisory commissioners
1938-07-02 GBlÖ. 226/1938
Order by the Reich Governor on administrative commissioners in private industry.
V. Collections of Documents | 2 entriesLaws on the Confiscation of Foreign Property
A selection of NS laws on the confiscation of foreign property, compiled by the Swiss Claims Resolution Tribunal in Germand and English
(Anti) Jewish Legal Ordinances
A selection of historical anti-Jewish legal ordinances and others that relate to the Jewish faith without any discrimation), collected by documentArchiv.de.
Provenance Research at the Austrian Parliament