Russia – Hungary: From the History of Relations

Russia – Hungary: From the History of Relations

The collection features some legislative acts, official documents and other materials that characterize the administrative state and economic structure of Hungary (including the period when it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire), as well as some aspects of its relations with Russia.

Overview of external relations of Russia (for 1800). Part 1. (Austria, England, Hungary, Holland, Denmark, Spain)

Bantysh-Kamensky, Nikolai Nikolayevich (1737-1814). Overview of external relations of Russia (for 1800). Moscow: The Commission for Printing State Letters and Treaties at the Moscow Main Archive of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1894-1902.
Part 1: (Austria, England, Hungary, Holland, Denmark, Spain). 1894.

The text of the agreement between the ministers of Bohemia, Hungary, Austria, Bavaria and other German principalities

BENKENDORFI. ALOPEUSES. Shuvalov. Benckendorff Alexander Konstantinovich, count, ambassador in Denmark, England. 18 ?? - 1916. Benckendorff Konstantin, father of AK Benkendorf, military agent in Berlin, envoy at the Württemberg court. 1817-1858. Benckendorff Konstantin Khristoforovich, grandfather AK Benckendorff, Adjutant-General, participant in the Patriotic War of 1812, the Russian-Persian war of 1826-1828, the Russian-Turkish war of 1828-1829. 1785-1828. Alopeus Maxim Maximovich, a relative of Benckendorff, an envoy in Berlin. 1748-1822. Shuvalov Petr Pavlovich, justice of the...

On the issuance of temporary rules for the maritime transport of emigrants; on the formation of an interdepartmental council for the development of the law on emigration. May 4, 1906 - February 20, 1914 "Essay on the history and current state of retiremen

Russia. Council of Ministers. On the issuance of temporary rules for the maritime transport of emigrants; on the formation of an interdepartmental council for the development of the law on emigration. May 4, 1906 - February 20, 1914 "An Essay on the History and Current State of Waste to Work Abroad in Western Europe and in Russia," "Emigration Legislation in Germany, Hungary, Italy and England, and the Immigration Law of the USA. 1906. \n

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