The site of Mattersburg was already populated in antiquity based on excavations of Roman and Longobard graveyards.
The town was first mentioned in writing as Villa Martini in 1202.
The area's wealth increased, when the railway began running from Wiener Neustadt to Mattersburg in 1847.Mattersburg lies in the northern part of Burgenland, east of Wiener Neustadt in the Wulka River Valley, located in the rural region of the country.To get to Mattersburg by road, either one takes Burgenland Highway S31 from Eisenstadt and Oberpullendorf or Mattersburg Highway S4 from Wiener Neustadt.After the Anschluss in February 1938, the Jewish population of Mattersburg was expelled and dispossessed, so that already in the Fall of 1938, there were no more Jews in Mattersburg.In the course of the war, more than two hundred of the town's residents were missing or killed.
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They were allowed to return to Mattersdorf, as it was then called, in 1678, although they were forced to buy back their own possessions.The self-governing Jewish community was first merged with the rest of the town in 1902/03.The Thirty Years War, the influence of the Kingdom of Sweden and Kingdom of France, the rise of the Kingdom of Prussia, and the Napoleonic invasions all weakened the power of the Emperor in the north of Germany, but in the south, and in non-German areas of the Empire, the Emperor and Catholicism maintained control.During the 17th and 18th centuries, Austria retained its position as one of the great powers of Europe and, in response to the coronation of Napoleon as the Emperor of the French, the Austrian Empire was officially proclaimed in 1804.The area's original fortress had already been torn down by 1294.
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Mattersburg was elevated to the status of a market town in 1354.
One of the largest businesses in the area is the canned food maker Felix Austria.
From the time of the Reformation, many northern German princes, resenting the authority of the Emperor, used Protestantism as a flag of rebellion.
Germain and Trianon; there it formed the new province of Burgenland.
Mattersburg kept the official name of Mattersdorf until June 14, 1924; on July 2, 1926, it received town privileges.