Elle relève de la Fédération des Sociétés d’Histoire et d’Archéologie d’Alsace depuis 1952, et parait tous les ans depuis 1979. You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition. HISTOIRE L’Alsace, terre de passage… de toutes les épidémies . Si vous êtes fan de lecture depuis des années, découvrez sans plus tarder toutes nos offres et nos bonnes affaires exceptionnelles pour l'acquisition d'un produit Histoire De L'alsace. This had grave effects on trade and the economy of the region since former overland trade routes were switched to newly-opened Mediterranean and Atlantic seaports. 2: 1840-48. La Guerre Franco-prusienne Rattachement de l’Alsace au Reich En 1870 Le 19 juillet 1870, Napoléon III déclare la guerre à la Prusse. Stintzi, Paul, "L'immigration suisse dans la vallée supérieure de la Thur" in Annuaire de la Société d'Histoire des Régions de Thann-Guebwiller, 1953-4. During his reign, Emperor Friedrich II designated the bishop of Strassburg to administrate the Alsace, but the authority of the bishop was challenged by Count Rudolf of Habsburg, who received his rights from Friedrich's son Konrad IV. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. La collection “Alsace-Histoire” regroupe des manuels pratiques destinés à guider les premiers pas des historiens amateurs, des étudiants en histoire, des enseignants, de tous ceux qui entreprennent des recherches sur l’histoire de l’Alsace. Periodical of church history of Alsace, France. 36 1434-1444 : Présence de Gutenberg à Strasbourg. The Empire had recently conquered lands in the East from the Turkish Empire and offered generous terms for colonists in order to consolidate their hold on the lands. 67-101, L'Huillier, Francois, L'Alsace en 1870 - 71, Strasbourg, 1971, L'Huillier, Francois, "L'Alsace dans le Reichsland" in Histoire de l'Alsace de Phillipe Dollinger, Toulouse, 1970, Mayeur, Jean-Marie, Autonomie et politique en Alsace, La constitution de 1911, Paris, 1970, Monnerville, Gaston, Dictionnaire des parlementaires francais de 1889 a 1940, Paris, 1968, Muller, Claude, Dieu est catholique et alsacien, Strasbourg, 1986, Muller, Rene, "Henri Zislin" in Saisons d'Alsace, 1966, Oberdoerfer, Prof. Auguste, L'etat de la musique en Alsace de 1840 a 1913, Strasbourg, 1914, Oberle, Roland, L'Alsace au temps du Reichsland, Mulhouse, 1990, Redslob, Robert, "La bourgeoisie alsacienne sous le regime allemand" in La bourgeoisie alsacienne, Strasbourg, Paris, 1954, Sittler, Lucien, L'Alsace Terre d'Histoire, Colmar, 1972, Weydmann, Joseph, "L'evolution de la legislation sociale en Alsace-Lorraine de 1870 a 1918" in L'Alsace contemporaine, Strasbourg, Paris, 1950, Durand de Nancy, Nouveau guide pratique des maires et adjoints, Paris, 1868, L'ecole dans l'Alsace-Lorraine sous l'administration allemande, Fribourg (Suiss), 1874. France consolidated her hold with the 1679 Treaty of Nimwegen which brought the towns under her control. Les plus anciens habitants de l'Alsace, dont l'histoire ait gardé la souvenir, furent les Celtes, arrivés à l'âge de Bronze. Burgert, Annette Kunselman, Eighteenth Century Emigrants from the Northern Alsace to America, 1992, Camden, Maine, Picton Press, publication of the Pennsylvania German Society, vol. [26 libraries in the US, one in Canada; two in Japan, four in Europe], Schaedelin, F. "Les émigrés suisses dans le Haut-Rhin", Revue d'Alsace, 1935. When they were later permitted to return (in some cases not until 1799), it was often to find that their lands and homes had been confiscated. Découvrez grâce aux vidéos de l'Ina les grandes dates qui ont marqué l'histoire mouvementée de l'Alsace, un territoire au coeur des enjeux européens depuis le haut Moyen-Age. Des promos et des réductions alléchantes vous attendent toute l'année dans notre catégorie Livre. The Vallee de la Bruche which had been part of the Department of the Vosges was annexed to Alsace-Lorraine in 1872. This page has been accessed 29,280 times. Vogler, Bernard, Histoire culturelle de l'Alsace, 1994, Strasbourg, La Nuée Bleue, Vogler, Bernard, Histoire des Chrétiens d'Alsace, 1994, Desclée, Wahl, Alfred, L'option et l'emigration des Alsaciens-Lorrains (1871-1872), Paris, 1972. Livre d'Or des proscrits d'Alsace, Montreuil-sous-Bois, 1932. After 1648 and until the mid-18th century, numerous immigrants arrived from Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Lorraine, Savoy and other areas. Soit un pays de la mémoire, des châteaux, de la cathédrale, des églises, des stèles et des cimetières, des monuments aux morts, des musées et des champs de bataille : nos lieux de mémoire ! Histoire de l’Alsace (Philippe Meyer) Disponible sur Amazon Disponible à la Fnac Présentation du livre Du Haut Moyen Âge à aujourd’hui, Philippe Meyer tisse l’histoire de l’Alsace – cœur battant de l’Europe – comme une toile entre les différents […] Although Charles was the nominal landlord, taxes were paid to the German Emperor. In the ninth century, this region became part of the heartland of the re-constituted Roman (more accurately "Carolingian") Empire of Charlemagne (Karl der Grosse). Histoire de l'Alsace, Philippe Dollinger (ed. Histoire de l'alsace The Thirty Years War (1618-1648) had been one of the worst periods in the history of Alsace. The idea was that such men would be more tractable and less likely to alienate the fief from the crown out of their own greed. Le Territoire de Belfort d’où, début août 1914, repartiront les régiments français pour tenter de reprendre l’Alsace par le sud et regagner Mulhouse. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations, Select the department you want to search in. Colmar: Societe d'Histoire et d'Archeologie de Colmar, 1973. Aujourd'hui sur Rakuten, 2075 L Histoire De L Alsace vous attendent au sein de notre rayon . Après avoir si longtemps souffert d’être tiraillée entre deux Nations, de voir sa situation géographique l’entrainer dans les guerres, souvent dévastée pas les hordes passant sur son territoire, l’Alsace a su tirer les leçons et prendre avantage de son passé et de sa situation. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists. Thus, starting in 1842, many left for Castroville and other Texan communities, Castro proving to be only second to Stephen Austin in numbers of settlers attracted. 565-577. In response to the restoration of Napoleon, in 1814 and 1815, Alsace was occupied by foreign forces, including over 280,000 soldiers and 90,000 horses in Bas-Rhin alone. Geography. The Emperor was able to wreak this tax and a dynastic marriage to his advantage to gain back full control of Upper Alsace (apart from the free towns, but including Belfort) in 1477 when it became part of the particular demesne of the Habsburg family, who were also hereditary rulers of the Empire. Issue no. In 1681, she occupied Strassburg in an unprovoked action. Part of the reason was his policy of building up imperial lands in support of the monarchy and in 1212, Alsace was organized for the first time as we know it today to be one of them. 114, fasc. Strassburg (Strass=street and burg=fortification), which had been an episcopal see since the 4th century, began to grow to become the most populous and commercially-important town in the region. Stintzi, Paul, L'immigration suisse dans le Sundgau après la Guerre de Trente Ans, 1952, Strasbourg, Le Roux, series: L'Alsace et la Suisse à travers les siècles. Thus, when the hostilities finally ceased in 1648 with the Treaty of Westphalia, most of Alsace went to France with some towns remaining independent. La capitale, Strasbourg, abrite une des plus belles cathédrales gothiques de France. Jules César est le premier qui en fasse mention. A little later, 1515, the town of Mulhouse joined the Swiss confederation in 1515 where it was to remain until 1798. By the time of the Reformation in the 16th century, Strasbourg was a prosperous community, and its inhabitants accepted Protestantism at an early date (1523). Cities such as Colmar and Hagenau also began to grow in economic importance and gained a kind of autonomy within the "Decapole" or "Dekapolis", a federation of 10 free towns. 4 2. Guide de l'Alsace. One of the most powerful secular families of Swabia was that of the Staufen or Hohenstaufen. Lorsqu’il s’agit de parler de l’histoire d’une ville de plus de 2000 ans, la tâche est ardue face aux innombrables histoires et anecdotes à relater. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. Il s’agit là d’une autre histoire. When the French Revolutionary Army of the Rhine was victorious, tens of thousands fled east before it. L’histoire de la Lorraine et plus particulièrement de la Moselle rejoint celle de l’Alsace à partir de 1870. Peu viable et sans descendance après la mort de Lothaire II, ce royaume est partagé au traité de Meerssen (870). Thus was Alsace drawn into the orbit of France. Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources. 115 (printemps 1992) is called "Nos cousins d'Amérique" and includes 37 short pieces dealing with the relationship between Alsace and the US, one entitled "Sur la trace des cousins alsaciens". Carte de l'Alsace-Lorraine, extrait du livre scolaire « La deuxième année de géographie » de Pierre Foncin, publié en 1888 par Kévin GOEURIOT 17 septembre 2020, 22 h 12 min 1.4k Vues 2 Comments Leon-Arthur, L'ame de l'Alsace et son avenir, Strasbourg, 1992 *Encyclopedie de l'Alsace, Strasbourg, 1986, Engel, Alfred, Documents officiels concernant le 4 Bataillon de la Mobile du Haut-Rhin, Mulhouse, 1909, Faller, L., Le service des incendies et du sauvetage en Alsace-Lorraine, Ribeauville, 1893, Fouche, "Nos cousins d'Amerique" in Saisons d'Alsace N 115, 1992, Gueslin, Andre, Le Credit Mutuel, Strasbourg, 1982 Paris, Strasbourg, 1876/1878. Under his Merovingian successors the inhabitants were Christianized. When Charlemagne's grandsons divided his Empire at the Treaty of Verdun of 843, the region was in the middle of Lorraine (Lotharingia), part of a narrow middle strip granted to Lothar with German- and French-speaking kingdoms to either side. Even so, tens of thousands of settlers emigrated to Russia and the United States between 1817 and 1839. In the ninth century, this region becam… (Archives de l'Eglise d'Alsace: organe de la Société d'Histoire de l'Eglise d'Alsace) FHL Collection; Annual of the Society of history and archeology of Colmar, France. This page was last modified on 14 June 2016, at 07:16. J'attire votre attention sur le fait qu'une proposition de retrait du bandeau a été faire pour le 27-08-06 cf Discuter:Histoire de l'Alsace/Neutralité. sand 25 août 2006 à 07:37 (CEST) plus important cet article souffre d'un problème de copyvio qui risque de le ramener à l'état de simple ébauche. Nous ne savons presque rien de l'époque antérieure à l'arrivée des Romains. Wahl, Alfred, L'option des Alsaciens-Lorrains en 1871 - 72, Le cas de Bischwiller, Saisons d'Alsace 1972, p. 465, etc. Ils parlent au nom de prétendus sentiments patriotiques des Alsaciens… [19 US libraries; four in Europe]. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Encyclopédie de l'Alsace, 1982-86, Strasbourg, Editions Publitotal, 12 volumes. Bisch, Yves, Les Pontonniers de l'Instruction, Berentzwiller, 1987 Centenaire de la S.I.M., Mulhouse, 1926, Elchinger, Mgr. - La bibliothèque n'a que vol. The Thirty Years War, Geoffrey Parker (ed. FHL Collection Many of the residents of the Sundgau made "pilgrimages" to places like Mariastein, near Basel, in Switzerland, for baptisms and weddings. Thus, it is not surprising that people fled, not only to Russia, but also to take advantage of a new opportunity offered by the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The region was conquered by the Alemanni, a Germanic tribe, in the 5th century AD and then by Clovis and the Franks in 496. [Harvard]. L’âge du bronze annonce le peuplement de cette région. It was first conquered by Julius Caesar in the 1st century BC and remained a part of the Roman province of Prima Germania for the next six centuries. De ce fait il reste peu de traces du Paléolithique et du Néolithique. During the next century, France was to be militarily shattered by the Hundred Years War with England which prevented for a time any further tendencies in this direction. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 46. The Panic of 1825 can be cited as another spur to emigration. Discover your family history. Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 1965 (OCoLC)558516373: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Fernand L'Huillier. Buffeted on both sides, the new kingdom did not last long and the region that was to become Alsace eventually was absorbed into the Holy Roman Empire as part of the duchy of Swabia in the Treaty of Meersen in 870. Conrad, Glenn R., "L'immigration alsacienne en Louisiane, 1753-59", Revue d'histoire d'Amérique française, 28 (March 1975): pp. Baechler, Christian, Le Parti catholique alsacien 1890-1939, Paris, 1981, Boehler, Jean-Michel, Dominique Lerch and Jean Vogt, Histoire de l'Alsace Rurale, Strasbourg, Istra, 1983, Bonnaud-Delamare, Roger, L'immigration helvétique dans les principautés de Murbach et de Lure après la Guerre de Trente Ans (1649-1715) [26 libraries in the US, two in Canada; nine in Europe], Castellot, Andre and Alain Decaux, Histoire de la France et des Francais au jour le jour de 1814 a 1902, Paris, 1980, Cerf, Colonel A., La guerre aux frontieres du Jura, Paris, 1931. Brasseaux, Carl A., "Foreign French", Nineteenth-century French immigration into Louisiana, 1990-92, Lafayette, Louisiana, Center for Louisiana Studies, University of Southwestern Louisiana; vol. ), 1984, 1991, New York and London: Routledge. Cet article présente l'histoire du cadre territorial qu'est l'Alsace de la fin du XVIIIe siècle, du temps de la Préhistoire à aujourd'hui. L’Alsace se trouve incorporée avec la Lorraine à l’histoire de la Germanie. ), 1991, Toulouse, Privat, (1st ed. La riche histoire de Strasbourg se dévoile au détour d’une rue, au coin d’une place, à l’intérieur d’une église, ou encore lors d’une visite dans un musée.