In this volume, Mrs. Elly Cockx and Professor Pierre Delsaerdt present the results of their…read more >
The "Itinéraires du Patrimoine wallon" collection, of which this volume is the eleventh, brings…read more >
This book aims to investigate the mutual relations between the House of Arenberg, which originally…read more >
Itinéraires du Patrimoine wallon n° 11. La route des La Marck. Une saga féodale | Frédéric Marchesani
Agence wallonne du Patrimoine (AWaP) , 2022 , 978-2-39038-140-2
The "Itinéraires du Patrimoine wallon" collection, of which this volume is the eleventh, brings together a series of guides for the general public with the aim of actively discovering the heritage of Wallonia. These books, intended as practical guides for a visit, deal with various themes. In this case, it is the heritage linked to the de la Marck family.
Le goût de la bibliophilie nationale: La collection de livres rares et précieux des ducs d’Arenberg à Bruxelles, xixe-xxe siècles | E. Cockx-Indestege, P. Delsaerdt
Brepols , 2022 , 978-2-503-57942-9
In this volume, Mrs. Elly Cockx and Professor Pierre Delsaerdt present the results of their research on the famous Special Collection of Duke Engelbert-Auguste d'Arenberg (1824-1875). This important library was located in Brussels, close to the Egmont Palace, where the Arenberg family already had an important study and reading library.
Allemagne et France au coeur du Moyen Âge | Michel Zink, Dominique Barthélemy, Rolf Grosse
Passés/Composés , 2020 , 978-2-3793-3231-9
Les histoires nationales de naguère étaient trop étroites : un seul pays, France ou Allemagne, représentait le centre du monde. Les auteurs, tant Français qu'Allemands et Belges, ont donc souhaité une nouvelle perspective, non moins sérieuse et fiable, mais un peu plus vibrante, et tissée de beaux textes et de documents captivants.
Violent Resistance - From the Baltics to Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe 1944–1956 | Michael Gehler, David Schriffl
Brill | Schöningh , 2020 , 978-3-506-70304-0
The end of the Second World war did not mean the end of violence for many regions in Eastern Europe. The establishment of Communist-led governments often met not only civil but also armed resistance. These actions were taken by partisan groups and paramilitary forces which in some cases had been formed already during the war to support axis forces. In other cases – like Poland’s Armia Krajowa – they fought Nazi and Soviet occupiers with the same fervour. The aims of the ﬁghters were the end of Communist rule and – like in the Baltic region – independence from the Soviet Union.
Who Will Have My Back | Ron Farina
, 2020 , 978-0-9897230-6-0
Who Will Have My Back is a collection of powerful short stories that describe the often overlooked, sometimes invisible sacrifice and devotion of our nation’s caregivers. Based upon personal interviews and first hand observations, Who Will Have My Back is a testament to the work these men, women, and organizations perform on behalf of America’s wounded warriors and fallen first responders.
Das Haus Arenberg und die Habsburgermonarchie - Eine transterritoriale Adelsfamilie zwischen Fürstendienst und Eigenständigkeit (16.-20. Jahrhundert) | William D. Godsey, Veronika Hyden-Hanscho
Schnell + Steiner , 2019 , 978-3-7954-3299-7
This book aims to investigate the mutual relations between the House of Arenberg, which originally owned estates mainly in the southern Netherlands, the Rhineland and France, and the Habsburg Monarchy, on diverse levels and in an international context. The book aspires to explore continuities and change in the case of a European noble family during the longue durée of the modern era from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries, with emphasis on the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.