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Site: Encyclopedie de L 'Alsace
Link: http://library.ndsu.edu/grhc/history_culture/history/alsace.html
Description: Schweitzer, Professor Jean. "Alsace, France. " - Encyclopedie de L 'Alsace 5, 2695-2698. Translation from French to English by Michele LeBoldus, Ottawa, Ontario
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Site: Riedseltz, Alsace, France
Link: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gartner/riedseltz.htm
Description: Riedseltz, France: History, Photos, Emigration Records, Other Records, Maps, Books about the Area, Cemetery, Former Residents, Researchers, Customs & Traditions, Links
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Site: History of Alsace-Lorraine
Link: http://www.zum.de/whkmla/region/germany/xalsacelorraine.html
Description: World History at KMLA: Alsace-Lorraine academic links
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Site: Les Ammisch en Alsace
Link: http://www.museeprotestant.org/Pages/Notices.php?noticeid=692&scatid=141&lev=1
Description: Les Amish en Alsace au XVIIIe siècle.
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Site: Le Me 'morial de l 'Alsace-Moselle
Link: http://www.memorial-alsace-moselle.org/
Description: Virtual tour of Alsace-Moselle Memorial located in Schirmeck, SW of Strasbourg. History of the people of Alsace and Moselle who changed nationality 5 times from 1870 -1953, with a special focus on the period between 1939-1945.
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Site: Centre de Recherches sur les Economies, des Societies, les Artes et les Techniqu
Link: http://www.cresat.uha.fr/index.html
Description: From the Université de Haute Alsace. Click "Que fait le Cresat? " and "Expositions " on the left for an extensive collection of images of factories in 18th-19th-century Alsace, most not available online (yet?).
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Site: Divorce & Women in France
Link: http://www.ohiou.edu/~Chastain/dh/divorce.htm
Description: History of divorce in France from 1792 when it was first introduced, abolishment in 1816 through the Napoleonic & Restoration years, to the re-introduction in 1884.
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Site: Alsace & the 1848 Revolution
Link: http://www.ohiou.edu/~Chastain/ac/alsace.htm
Description: Article from Encyclopedia of 1848 Revolutions. It requires some specific knowledge of French history.
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Site: Old Alsatian Postcards/ Cartes postales
Link: http://perso.wanadoo.fr/philippe.weibel/cartes.htm
Description: Mostly from Haut-Rhin [68], but some from Belfort and Strasbourg, and about subjects such as tramways, trains, boats.
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Site: Les soldats d’Alsace-Lorraine enrôlés de force dans l’armée allemande
Link: http://perso.wanadoo.fr/bastas/pga/campsrusses/malgre-nous.htm
Description: Soldiers from Alsace-Lorraine forced to join the German army and become prisoners of the Red army; all in French.
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Site: History of Baden-Württemberg
Link: http://www.pantel-web.de/bw_mirror/history/history_e.htm
Description: The history of the country from 500,000 B.C. to today
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Site: The Jewish Communities of Alsace
Link: http://home.sprynet.com/~bernie06/famtree/fam-main.html
Description: Links to Jewish History: History of the Jews of Alsace, Alsatian Judaism, Schirrhoffen, Schirrhoffen cemetary status, Reichshoffen history, and Jewish community, Haguenau village, and photographs, and booklist.
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Site: Alsace-Lorraine, an Enclave of Ethnic Germans in France
Link: http://dgmweb.net/genealogy/Ancillary/Geog/Europe/Alsace-Lorraine.shtml
Description: Histories as given by Webster 's New Geographical Dictionary (1977, Merriam Co., Springfield, MA).
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Site: A name in a hundred - Hinneschied/Hendershot: Palatine family of "Auswanderung "
Link: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hendershot/nameinahundred.html
Description: The Palatinate and its history, and one German family. In English, by John E. Ruch. Originally published in The Canadian Genealogist.
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Site: What is a PALATINE? - Historical Background
Link: http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~adelr/aug88/aug88p3.htm
Description: Defines the historical background of Palatines, the history of the Palatinate and genealogical research relating to the Palatinate. By Ernest Thode, in English.
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Site: Histoire des Juifs d 'Alsace
Link: http://judaisme.sdv.fr/histoire/historiq/anglais/history.htm
Description: History of Jewish communauties in Alsace especially Colmar, Strasbourg, Mulhouse. Documents.
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Site: Catholic Encyclopedia : Alsace Lorraine
Link: http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01341c.htm
Description: About the Christianism implement in Alsace and Lorraine area, catholic and also protestant organisation in lower and upper Alsace.From Catholic Encyclopedia article. LEO EHRHARD, 1907.
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Site: La prise de Stasbourg
Link: http://www.herodote.net/histoire10243.htm
Description: Le 24 octobre 1681, le roi Louis XIV fait une entrée somptueuse à Strasbourg, au son des cloches et des canons. Il célèbre l 'annexion de la ville à la France devant des habitants peu rassurés
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Site: Deutsche Geschichte 1871-1945
Link: http://www.verwaltungsgeschichte.de/elsasslothringen.html
Description: Michael Rademacher Home page www.literad.de about history of germany including the german Elsaß-Lothringen , in german.
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Site: Schirrhein and the Great Flight
Link: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mikebartelt/schirrheinflight.htm
Description: Short history of the Alsace, with a focus on Schirrheim and its emigrants.
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Site: German Genealogy: ELSASS / ALSACE HISTORY
Link: http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/ELS-LOT/als-hist.html
Description: Summary of the history of the Alsace , and a bibliography of the historical literature. Pagege is in English or German, by Rick Heli, W. Fred Rump, Sue Clarkson, Etienne Herrbach and Robert Behra.
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Site: Histoire d 'Alsace
Link: http://bacm.creditmutuel.fr/HISTOIRE_ARCHEOLOGIE.html
Description: liens sur l 'histoire de l 'Alsace, l 'archéologie et adresses internet des principales associations. Auteur : BACM, Bibliothèque Alsatique du Crédit Mutuel
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Site: Les militaires Bas-Rhinois
Link: http://membres.lycos.fr/mylak/militair.html
Description: Bas-Rhinois who fought in the French Revolution and for the First Empire, including part of the current Palatinate (Cantons of Bergzabern, Candel and Landau). Author: Alain KLEIN. In French.
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Site: The French Republican calendar
Link: http://www.gefrance.com/calrep/calen.htm
Description: The republican calendar was officially adopted on October 24, 1793. Conversions and great dates of the republican calendar. Author: Philippe Chapelin. In French and English.
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Site: Bibliotheque Nationale de France
Link: http://gallica.bnf.fr/
Description: Archives des documents de la bibliotheque de france mis en ligne
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Site: Archives nationale francaise
Link: http://www.archivesnationales.culture.gouv.fr/arn/
Description: Consultation des bases de données du Centre historique des Archives nationales - Acquisitions et attributions d 'oeuvres d 'art par l 'Etat (XIXe et XXe siècles) - Dossiers de Légion d 'Honneur (XIXe et XXe siècles) - Minutes des notaires de Paris (1751 1761 1851) - Naturalisations, noms, titres, armoiries (1814–1853) - Provisions d 'offices (1730–1790)
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Site: Deutsches historisches Institut - Paris
Link: http://www.dhi-paris.fr/
Description: Presentation page of the German History center in Paris, presentation of the project and the library. German and french language. Author is Deutsches historisches Institut, Paris.
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