Revue d’Alsace, the oldest journal of regional history, joins

The Revue d’Alsace journal focuses on research into the contemporary history of Alsace. It forms a bridge between the historical work of universities, libraries, and regional and local archives in Alsace, and the activity of the researchers who are part of the 110 history and archaeology societies in France. The journal has been published, practically uninterrupted, since its creation in 1834 and, since 1952, has been run by the Fédération des Sociétés d’Histoire et d’Archéologie d'Alsace. The Revue d’Alsaces inauguration sees the publication of the six most recent issues, including three issues in full text.