Ober Zogersdorf

In the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 15.07.1931 was Mistelbach(Herrenleis), a ban on all goods and indefinitely for the districts Floridsdorf-Umgebung(Mannhardtsbrunn), Horn(Atzelsdorf, Japons, Reinprechtspolla,), Korneuburg(Schmida), Krems on the Donau(Wolfshoferamt), Neunkirchen(Neunkirchen), St.Polten(Weinburg), Tulln(Bierbaum), Waidhofen an der Thaya (Aigen, Gastern), Viennese Neustadt(Wollersdorf) and Zwettl(Schonfeld an der Wild) adopted. Ban on group 3: A ban on certain goods and indefinitely for the districts of Baden (Pottenstein, for all goods except for food, feed and fuel), Korneuburg (Simon’s field, for all goods with the exception of sweeping) and Melk(St. Martin andem an Ybbsfeld, fur Schnitt-und Wirkwaren) issued for certain goods for an indefinite period in the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 17.01.1931. In the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 15.07.1931 was a ban for certain goods and indefinitely for the districts of Baden (Fahrafeld for all goods with the exception of food; Gunselsdorf and Schonau an der Triesting for all goods with the exception of wood, coal, straw, hay and lime), Hollabrunn (large Nonndorf, Roseldorf, for all goods except by sweeping), Horn (Maiersch for all goods with the exception of sweeping), Korneuburg (Hobersdorf, Ober-Hautzenthal, Ober-Olberndorf, Ober Zogersdorf for all goods with the exception of sweeping), Lilienfeld (St. agyde am Neuwalde, for all goods except for food) and adopted in Neunkirchen (Warth, for all goods with the exception of white and black bread). Ban on Group 4: A ban on all goods on certain time for the districts of Hietzing-Umgebung(Altlengbach auf 3 Jahre) and Horn (Thunau 5 years) was adopted for all goods at certain time in the regulation of the lower Austrian Governor of the 17.01.1931. The regulation of of Governor of lower Austria by the 15.07.1931 issued a ban on all goods on certain time for the districts of Baden (pfaffstatten, for 5 years), Mistelbach(Lanzendorf, bis zudem 30.November 1934.) and Neunkirchen(Semmering, bis 30.September 1931).

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