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Edited by Laurent Jalabert, Julien Léonard
Histoire et civilisations
Protestantism is generally considered external to Lorraine. However, the geopolitical diversity of the Lorraine area in Early Modern Era, then its tragic partition, make this territory a place of contrasted diffusion of Protestant reforms, in their diversity.



Edited by Laurence De Cock, Cécile Vast, Charles Heimberg
En jeu, n°11/juin 2018
Transmettre la criminalité de masse du nazisme. Des mémoires à inscrire dans l'histoire.



Edited by Andrea Caracausi, Nicoletta Rolla, Marco Schnyder
Histoire et civilisations
The significant changes that labor is experiencing in recent years have encouraged historical studies on the precariousness and flexibility of work. Far from being a prerogative of current societies, the mobility of workers has also characterized the working world of the Ancien Régime.



Edited by Pierre Baumann, Hélène Camarade, Claire Kaiser, Nicolas Patin
Allemagne d'aujourd'hui, n° 225/juillet-septembre 2018
Le mémorial des Stolpersteine en France et en Allemagne



Mareike König, Elise Julien
Rivalités et interdépendances
1870-1918. Volume 7
Histoire franco-allemande Volume 7
While historiography often insists on the French-German antagonism dominating the period 1870 to 1918, a new analysis of the « hereditary enmity" allows on the contrary to highlight contacts, links and exchanges between the two countries.



Hans von Zwehl
Documents et témoignages
The unexpected and lasting resistance of Maubeuge during its siege in 1914 led to a controversy around General Fournier through the twentieth century.



Edited by Jean-François Condette
La Guerre des cartables (1914-1918)
Élèves, étudiants et enseignants dans la Grande Guerre en Nord-Pas-de-Calais
Histoire et civilisations
Between 1914 and 1918, the Nord and Pas-de-Calais geographical areas met numerous difficulties. About 70% of the Nord and 25% of the Pas-de-Calais had to face a strong German occupation. On the west part of the front line, the territory became a strategic place for the allied armies, landing on Calais, Boulogne and Dunkerque. With such terrible...



Edited by Agnès Callu
Histoire et civilisations
This book reopens a project started ten years ago, working both at a distance from the 50th anniversary of May 68 celebrations, and as an oxymoron, in its very center. The approach at the time, a crossroads between testimonial and storytelling, then presented a restitution of the work of a research team led by Agnès Callu and supported by ...



Edited by Thomas Fontaine
En jeu, n°10/décembre 2017
Nouvelles recherches sur les déportations et les camps



Edited by Hélène Camarade, Elizabeth Guilhamon, Matthias Steinle, Hélène Yèche
Mondes germaniques
After almost three decades since the collapse of the GDR, the image of East Germany is still present in television and film, mainly thanks to productions such as Good Bye, Lenin! and The Lives of Others that have deeply influenced our perception of the fall of the Berlin Wall and of life under communism. The primary scope of this book is to not...



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Lille 1 Lille 2 Lille 3 Université du littoral, côte d'Opale Université Valenciennes Hainaut Cambrésis Université Catholique de Lille