Journal for the history of the Upper Rhine
The Journal of the History of the Upper Rhine (abbreviated CSOs , more rarely ZGORh ) is a 1850 by Franz Mone founded history journal . Since the 40th volume (1886) a new series (NF) was established, but was later postponed in favor of the original, continuous counting. Due to the war, Volume 95 [NF 56] (1943) Volume 96 [NF 57] was not followed until 1948.
Although the main area of the magazine was the Grand Duchy of Baden and there is still a close connection to the General State Archives, it was remarkable that the Upper Rhine term went well beyond this. In fact, contributions from the Palatinate , Alsace and Switzerland have also been published.
Editor (with gaps)
- Franz Josef Mone : 1850–18 ??
- Aloys Schulte : 1885–18 ??
- Karl Obser : 1897–1924
- Rudolf Sillib : 1928-1935
- Manfred Krebs : 1935–1956 (with interruption)
- Paul Zinsmaier : 1957–1973
- Alfons Schäfer: 1974
- Hansmartin Schwarzmaier : 1975-2002
- Volker Rödel : 2003–2015
- Wolfgang Zimmermann : 2016–
The magazine is published today by the Commission for Historical Regional Studies in Baden-Württemberg (KGL BW) and has been published annually since year 122 (1974) by Verlag Kohlhammer .
- Hansmartin Schwarzmaier: A magazine as an archival finding aid. To the beginnings of the magazine for the history of the Upper Rhine (1850–1870) and its predecessors. In: Robert Kretzschmar (Hrsg.): State archives as regional cultural competence centers in the past and present. For the 65th birthday of Volker Rödel. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 2010, ISBN 978-3-17-021683-9 , pp. 99-137.
- Konrad Krimm : A great old lady of the country's history: The magazine for the history of the Upper Rhine . In: Revue d'Alsace 133 (2007), pp. 199-216 ( online at alsace.revues.org ).
- Contents from vol. 1 (1850) to vol. 149 (2001) by Stuart Jenks (arrangement): Zeitschriftenfreihandmagazin. Tables of contents of historical journals
- Alphabetical index of the contributing authors from vol. 1 (1850) to vol. 152 (2004) at regionalgeschichte.net
- Information on the ZGO on the KGL-BW website
- Information on H-Soz-Kult