Allemagne d'aujourd'hui

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Allemagne d'aujourd'hui
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description Trade journal
publishing company Presses Universitaires du Septentrion
First edition 1950
Frequency of publication 4 times a year
Editor-in-chief Jérôme Vaillant
editor Association pour la Connaissance de l'Allemagne d'Aujourd'hui (ACAA)
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Allemagne d'aujourd'hui is a French trade magazine. It has been published since 1950 and deals with "all political, economic, social and cultural aspects of modern Germany".


After the magazine appeared for the first time in 1950, a restructuring followed in May 1951 with the “Nouvelle Série”. The first editors-in-chief were Louis Clappier and Georges Castellan . Félix Lusset followed in 1966, and Allemagne d'aujourd'hui has been headed by Jérôme Vaillant since 1977 . One of her best-known employees is the Germanist Robert Minder , who was responsible for the literary editing from 1956.

Between 1974 and 1990 the magazine appeared under the title Allemagnes d'aujourd'hui (with plural s). It is evaluated , among other things, by the annual reports for German history .


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Individual evidence

  1. Allemagne d'aujourd'hui. Politique, Economie, Société, Culture. In: H-Soz-Kult , August 13, 2012.
  2. New in Germany . In: Der Spiegel . No. 19 , 1952 ( online ).
  3. ^ Jérôme Vaillant. In: Retrieved February 4, 2017 (French).
  4. Michel Espagne:  Minder, Robert. In: New German Biography (NDB). Volume 17, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 1994, ISBN 3-428-00198-2 , p. 535 f. ( Digitized version ).
  5. Evaluated journals (2014/2015). In: Annual reports for German history. Retrieved February 4, 2017 .