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The fighting of Servigny-Noisseville on 31 August and 1 September 1870 during the headquarters of Metz
Manifestation organised by the municipality of Servigny on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the 1870 war around Metz. The speaker Patrick Serre will tell the public about the bloody battles that took place during the terrible Metz headquarters from August to the end of October 1870. On 31 Au...
Art and war: the Syrian case
In Syria, the local art scene was quite remarkable a few months before the February 2011 uprisings. Together with the early stages of Arab modernity in the second half of the nineteenth century and supported during the baathist period by strong investments by the political authorities, Damascus had...
Colloquium The European internal borders: the Arrival at War (1914-1920)
The ITEM Laboratory (UPPA-Pau) and the ONAC are pleased to announce that the International Colloquium The European Domestic Fronts will take place on 19-20 November 2015: the Arrière en War (1914-1920) amphi of the Presidency. An exhibition (“Encore a strong for war!”) of original posters will be of...
"Préventive war" and the evolution of public international law
Under the reign of classical international law, preventive war was, in international relations, a natural phenomenon. States used to declare war freely to protect themselves against threats of attack that were either imminent or remote. Preventive war was waged in an offensive or defensive way. The...
The Church of Belgium and the repentance towards Jews
In the aftermath of the Second World War, the commonly accepted idea was that the Church of Belgium had done its duty to the Jews who were victims of Nazi persecution. This feeling of ‘duty accomplished’ was encouraged by the highest authorities in the Jewish community, which, from the Liberation, h...
Jérôme Bourdon, The impossible narrative. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the media
In a particularly dense book, Jérôme Bourdon tries to report on the journalistic treatment of a conflict that has regularly occupied the ‘One’ of newspapers since the end of World War II. The task is huge. It is also the most delicate: the Israeli-Palestinian issue is conducive to all controversy an...
Ousmane Bakary, Exil and Culture. Ethnic genocide, fractures, deuil and identity reconstruction
This book takes up a doctoral thesis in anthropology supported at Laval University on this crucial issue: how do people forced to exile as a result of violent experience such as war or genocide succeed in carrying out their work of bereaving and rebuilding identity in their host society? Forced into...
The War in the BD
Thank you to Alain Chiron for sending us this reading report. Mike Conroy delivers a book that is very useful for the general public who wants to know the quality comic strips of the Anglo-Saxon world that have chosen armed conflicts as a decoration and the main focus of their work. This is the aim...
Africa and the mission. Old terrain, new questions with Claude Prudhomme
, around 20 authors are gathered in this book to pay tribute to historian Claude Prudhomme. Their texts set out the new landscape of missions in contemporary times, incorporating the methods and perspectives provided by this researcher, which enabled the field to emerge from missiologist studies. Fr...
12 November 1916
12 novembre 1916 Il se passe en ce moment une chose très grave à propos des charbons. Je te parlais hier de cette crise terrible mais elle menace de devenir un désastre. On m'informe que, cette nuit, l'Ouest Lumière a cessé son travail à 2 h du matin et que ce chômage pourrait durer huit jours pour...
Publications by visiting researchers at the Study Days
Bibliography of Elisa Capdevila Ouvements — Capdevila Élisa, Les Ame éricains in Paris. Artists and bows in post-war France, Editions Armand Colin, March 2017. — Capdevila Élisa and SIRINELLI Jean-Franc, Georges Pompidou and Culture, E. P.I.E. Peter Lang, Brussels, 2011 (Critical Archives Collection...
“A black butter ray” or on the day when everything stopped at all
There are times when you do not feel at all up to the task to be done. Today was one day of this kind. It happened by reading the recent book by Nicolas Mariot, all united in the truncture? whose aim was to report on a social story of combatants during the Great War, looking in particular at intelle...
Dlettantism as an art: the case of Thomas Mann
The contribution seeks to explain the meaning and role of the terms “décadence” and “dilettantism” in the context of the considerations of a non-political one, highlighting the influence of the French cultural critic Paul Bourget and the “Vienna Essayist” Hermann Bahr. In view of the fact that the v...
Feed and care for patients at the Hôtel-Dieu de Paris in modern times
How were the sick of the Hôtel-Dieu de Paris fed in modern times? What role did food play in their care? Where and how did the Hôtel-Dieu get supplies? What were its means? These are the principal questions that this thesis attempts to answer, using the deliberations of the Bureau and, when they sti...
The exclusion and repression of the Gypsies in Dordogne before, during and after the Second World War
Philippe Poisson, former A.P. trainer, manager of the Criminocorpus carnet and corresponding member of Clamor After 15 months of sleep, Jacky Tronel reactivates his blog “Penitentiary History and Military Justice” with the publication of an article following the recent meeting of Christian Demonchy,...
"Trust, but Verify" - Confidence and Distrust from Détente to the End of the Cold War
"Trust, but Verify" - Confidence and Distrust from Détente to the End of the Cold War 7-9 novembre 2011, Washington (États-Unis) Date limite de réponse : 1er mars 2011 U.S. President Ronald Reagan once famously quipped, "Nations do not mistrust each other because they are armed. They are armed becau...
Regionalism in global politics
On analyse les organisations interétatiques et plus particulièrement les intégrations régionales. Ces dernières sont appréhendées comme une voie médiane entre l'échelon étatique et le niveau international. On y précise une série de concepts tels que celui de « région », de « régionalisme » et de « r...
The concept of a sentence in international criminal law enlightened by the ICC
The International Criminal Court, in its Chamber of First Instance II, issued a decision on 23 May 2014 in the case of the Prosecutor v. Germain Katanga, setting his sentence at 12 years’ imprisonment. This decision follows the conviction of Mr Katanga on 7 March 2014 for complicity in war crimes an...
Mobilisation of settlements in the Great War: colonial troops as a political and military tool
The Academy of Legal and Political Sciences facing the civil war of June 1848
Statements of commitments: 1954-1962 in the Rise, from 15 March to 9 June 2012
19 March 1962-19 March 2012. The celebration of the fiftieth of the Evian agreements and the Algerian independence, proclaimed on 5 July 1962, give rise to numerous events. In Lyon and Villeurbanne, two exhibitions carried out by the Grand Ensemble Association give French support to Algerians at war...
Chapter II. Motor equipment during the war (1939-1945)
The destruction of the war until May 1940, the French railways were removed from all bombing and SNCF even managed to organise a very extensive railway service for the summer of 1942 with timetables and routes worthy of peacetime, with freight and military transport normally carried out. As we know,...
A war of 200 years?
Azéma Jean-Pierre. A war of 200 years? In: Twentieth Siècle, History Review, No 5, January-March 1985. The Franco-French wars, pp. 147-154.
Joyaux François, The New Far East Issue. The era of the Cold War (1945-1959)
DOMENACH Jean-Luc. Joyaux François, The New Far East Issue. The era of the Cold War (1945-1959). In: Twentieth Siècle, History Review, No 8, October — December 1985, p. 161.
Urban governments and policies in Beirut and Lebanon
Lebanese pre-war town planning was “liberal”, but centralised, like the economy. In fact, there were few plans, old ones and many derogations. The war has multiplied the centres of influence, creating a sort of forced decentralisation, and Beirut broke out into several areas of influence. Post-war,...