Les "Journaux de Guerre" - Promotions & New series on the Cold War

Les Journaux de Guerre are a unique collection of 305 issues in French and Dutch. The series reprints in its entirety the newspapers as they were published during the two World Wars and the Interwar period. Each edition is accompanied by articles written by historians. From January 2017, a new series (in French) will immerse you in the Cold War period. To obtain the complete series, or single issues of the First World War or the Interwar period at a reduced price, place on order via CegeSoma.

Promotions - Season's readings

Looking for season’s readings? Year-end promotions at CegeSoma! Until 31 December 2016: -10% on our 3 new publications : ‘La Wallonie dans la Grande Guerre 1914-1918’ – ‘Bruxelles, Ville occupée 1914-1918’ – ‘Oorlog in korte broek’.
Orders and info : 00 32 2 556 92 11 – lut.vandaele@cegesoma.be

COLLOQUIUM - Inside the User’s Mind

On 22 February 2017, CegeSoma will organize, in cooperation with the partners of the MADDLAIN project, a colloquium on the digital practices and needs of the users of archive centres and libraries. Whether you are an amateur or a professional researcher responsible for digitization in a heritage institution, an archivist or a collections curator, this study day entirely dedicated to the needs of the public may interest you!

PUBLICATION & CONGRESS – The Role of the Mayors during the Second World War

In his new book "Mayoral Collaboration under Nazi Occupation in Belgium, the Netherlands and France, 1938-46", our colleague Nico Wouters compares the role of mayors during the occupation of the Second World War in Belgium, the Netherlands and France (Nord and Pas-de-Calais). The publication will be presented officially in June 2017 in Canterbury during an international congress on occupations during both World Wars.

Conference-debate – Villes en guerre 1914-1918. Wallonia and Brussels

On Friday 20 January 2017 in our conference room, Anne Roekens (UNamur) will invite the four authors of the volumes « Bruxelles, ville occupée 1914-1918 » and « La Wallonie dans la Grande Guerre », to talk about their work and to reflect on the challenge of writing such a « visual history ».