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News and Changes in 2015

Here you can read up on the news and changes at breitwieserschani.at in 2015.

recent news - 2020/21 - 2018/19 - 2016-17 - up to 2015

New Transcriptions

The newest transcriptions cover May 1918.
26 December 2015

New Transcriptions

The remaining articles from April 1918.
10 December 2015

New Transcriptions

A new batch of transcribed articles from April 1918.
4 December 2015

New Transcriptions

New transcribed articles from 1918.
25 November 2015

New Transcriptions

The list of transcribed articles has grown again.
23 November 2015

New Transcriptions

New articles from 7 April 1918.
15 November 2015

New Transcriptions

Today as well there is a new transcription in our list.
13 November 2015

New Transcriptions

And yet more new transcriptions of articles.
12 November 2015

New Transcriptions

More transcribed newspaper articles have made it onto our list.
11 November 2015

New Transcriptions

The list of transcribed newspaper articles on Schani has grown.
10 November 2015

New Transcriptions

Several newspaper articles on Schani have been transcribed and can be accessed via the list.
9 November 2015

New Page Press

A list of newspaper articles on Schani is online. It includes links to the online archive of the Austrian National Library.
6 November 2015

Play Johnny Breitwieser

Last night for the play Johnny Breitwieser - Eine Verbrecher-Ballade aus Wien by Thomas Arzt and Jherek Bischoff. The events page was updated accordingly.
27 April 2015

E-Book Update

Our e-book has been updated to version 1.0.1.
22 February 2015

E-Book is out

Our e-book project has reached its goal. The book by Hermann Kraszna is available.
31 January 2015

Play Johnny Breitwieser

The play Johnny Breitwieser - Eine Verbrecher-Ballade aus Wien by Thomas Arzt and Jherek Bischoff is still showing. You can book tickets at Schauspielhaus theater in Vienna for performances till March.
28 January 2015

Update Project E-Book

The page on our e-book project now properly represents the current state of affairs.
22 January 2015