The Wienerwelten             FamilyCrossborder Activities across March and Danube
The Beginnings...                                  Born in Prague as Eduard Wiener –                                  cath...
Wiener Welten palace in Vienna,    Schwarzenbergplatz 2
ÖStA, AVA Fasz.15.378-1880Eduard Wiener fol.03 BaustelleNr.5+7b
1879       1882        Hubice
Hubice/Nemesgomba„Great castle“ in Hubice/Nemesgomba                                      „Small castle“ in Hubice/Nemesgo...
Leopoldsdorf/Marchfeld
Stud for race horses in Gomba/Hubice Llubar, the winner of the Viennese derby 1902
Mare register and covering scheme        Llubar      day of covering     Yiworownia   Németsók/           brought to Leopo...
Donation of a new organ at the parish church in                         Leopoldsdorf 1898Parish cronicle of Leopoldsdorf, ...
Organ in Leopoldsdorf made in theworkshop of Matthäus Mauracher in Graz
Baron Rudolph von Wienerwelten 1918 promotion (baronat) after WW I Patron and benefactor for workers and  farmers with s...
post mortem examination17. August 1938 (WStLA)
The heirs of Leopoldsdorf/Gomba)Maria von Wienerwelten                         Rudolf von Wienerwelten
6. July 1940 - After the death ofRudolph of Wienerwelten theestate ist no longer regarded as„jewish property“.
The marriage of Maria and AlexijMaria von Wienerwelten       Alexij von Prosoroff
Alexij becomes a HungarianDocument of patriation from the     Document of releas issued by theHungarian Ministry of Interi...
19. June 1941 marriage of Alexij von Prosoroff and Mariavon Wienerwelten in Hietzing
1945 - end of war - evacuationReport from the estate          Evakuation from Gomba toadministrator of Gomba/Hubice   Leop...
land reform - confiscationRequest for a certification     Request for expatriationof political harmlessness       from Hun...
The final loss of Gomba/HubiceJuly 1946 confiscation ofthe estate Gomba/Hubiceas German property
11 archives in three                                     countries                                                        ...
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Presentation of written historical documents with references to the border region Austria & the Slovak Republic, lecture about „The family Wienerwelten“ by Karl Heinz from ICARUS at the workshop "Österreichische Archive in Europa", 17th & 18th of October 2012 in the Austrian State Archives in Vienna

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  1. 1. The Wienerwelten FamilyCrossborder Activities across March and Danube
  2. 2. The Beginnings... Born in Prague as Eduard Wiener – catholic conversion wholesaler, banker, founder of the „Österreichischen Creditanstalt“ („Rothschild-Party“) 1869 Palais in Vienna (Schwarzenbergplatz 2) 1879 purchase estate Leopoldsdorf 1882 purchase estate in Gomba/Béke Hubice/Sklenárovo - today SK)Eduard Wiener Ritter von Welten Died in 1886
  3. 3. Wiener Welten palace in Vienna, Schwarzenbergplatz 2
  4. 4. ÖStA, AVA Fasz.15.378-1880Eduard Wiener fol.03 BaustelleNr.5+7b
  5. 5. 1879 1882 Hubice
  6. 6. Hubice/Nemesgomba„Great castle“ in Hubice/Nemesgomba „Small castle“ in Hubice/Nemesgomba
  7. 7. Leopoldsdorf/Marchfeld
  8. 8. Stud for race horses in Gomba/Hubice Llubar, the winner of the Viennese derby 1902
  9. 9. Mare register and covering scheme Llubar day of covering Yiworownia Németsók/ brought to Leopoldsdorf Hviezdoslavov 24th March 1922
  10. 10. Donation of a new organ at the parish church in Leopoldsdorf 1898Parish cronicle of Leopoldsdorf, 1898
  11. 11. Organ in Leopoldsdorf made in theworkshop of Matthäus Mauracher in Graz
  12. 12. Baron Rudolph von Wienerwelten 1918 promotion (baronat) after WW I Patron and benefactor for workers and farmers with social conscience keeps paying the sailery for his workers even when they had to go to war
  13. 13. post mortem examination17. August 1938 (WStLA)
  14. 14. The heirs of Leopoldsdorf/Gomba)Maria von Wienerwelten Rudolf von Wienerwelten
  15. 15. 6. July 1940 - After the death ofRudolph of Wienerwelten theestate ist no longer regarded as„jewish property“.
  16. 16. The marriage of Maria and AlexijMaria von Wienerwelten Alexij von Prosoroff
  17. 17. Alexij becomes a HungarianDocument of patriation from the Document of releas issued by theHungarian Ministry of Interior 7. county of Komárom/KomárnoMay 1941
  18. 18. 19. June 1941 marriage of Alexij von Prosoroff and Mariavon Wienerwelten in Hietzing
  19. 19. 1945 - end of war - evacuationReport from the estate Evakuation from Gomba toadministrator of Gomba/Hubice Leopoldsdorf – permission13. November 1945 of the „Reichsnährstand“
  20. 20. land reform - confiscationRequest for a certification Request for expatriationof political harmlessness from Hungary
  21. 21. The final loss of Gomba/HubiceJuly 1946 confiscation ofthe estate Gomba/Hubiceas German property
  22. 22. 11 archives in three countries Austrianestates contracts real State Archives /AVA and plans Grundabtretungen Slovak National and land reform Archive (SNA) Ministry for Interior confiscation Austrian State Archives /AdR BM political harmlessness Inneres/StaatspolizeiState Archive in Bratislava stud and raceVeľkostatok Wiener-Welten v Wiener Stadt- undexamination post mortem Landesarchiv horsesHubiciach (1881-1944) Familyinternal family affairs, Archive State Archive in Nitra marriage/announcment Wienerwelten/Prosoroff reports, correspondence Komárom/Komárno county release Archive Niederösterreichisches aryanisation Landesarchiv (NÖL A) Reichsstatthalterei patronage and Parish Archive sponsoring Leopoldsdorf
  23. 23. Thank you foryour attention

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