Erster Weltkrieg, Wienbibliothek
The digital collection “Wienbibliothek Digital: Erster Weltkrieg” provides access to 116,000 newspaper cuttings as well as 1,600 posters and official proclamations about World War I. The website is in German.
Technisches Museum Wien mit Österreichischer Mediathek
This website provides a timeline of World War I with audio-visual elements. The website is in German.
ANNO – Austrian Newspapers Online, The National Austrian Library
An online archive of Austrian newspapers and periodicals from 1700 to 1941. There is also a section, “Extraausgaben des 1. Weltkrieges,” containing newspapers’ special editions – often only a single page – during WWI.
A German-language online encyclopedia containing a wealth of information about all things Austria. The site includes several different lexicons and dictionaries with tens of thousands of entries.
Bildarchiv (Photo Archive), The National Austrian Library
An online archive of multiple photo collections, including Europeana Travel, Rübelt-Negativarchiv and Esperanto, containing tens of thousands of photos
The First World War and the End of the Habsburg Monarchy
Online exhibition of Schloß Schönbrunn in Vienna, an innovatice approach to showcasing WW1 history
Frontlines and Hinterland, Institute of Political History, Hungary
Frontlines and Hinterland publishes Hungarian Great War newspaper and periodical excerpts alongside commentaries and short articles. Longer blogposts on selected issues supply the reader with a broader thematic overview. The website is available in English and Hungarian.
Digitale Landesbibliothek Oberösterreich
The Landesbibliothek Oberösterreich’s (State Library Upper Austria) collection of digitized texts and prints in public domain.
1914-1918 Hundert Jahre Erster Weltkrieg, Österreichisches Staatsarchiv
Articles and images focusing on the Austrian involvement in the First World War.
Das Kriegstagebuch des Alfred Hermann Fried
A digital version of the diaries kept by Austrian journalist and pacifist Alfred Hermann Fried (1864-1921).