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State archives in Saint-Hubert

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Place de l'Abbaye
6870 Saint-Hubert
  How to get there

T : +32 (0)61 61 14 55
archives.saint-hubert@arch.be
Closing days

Attention! The reading room of the National Archives will also be closed exceptionally for inventorying from Monday 8 until Friday 19 January 2018 included.

11/12/2017 - Digitisation
Adaptations of our search website "Searching the State Archives' collections"

ATTENTION! Due to absolutely essential adaptations of our search website "Searching the State Archives' collections" and the overhaul of our server infrastructure, temporary technical issues and partial or full disruptions of the website service (for example login errors when trying to consult records or errors while creating a new account) may occur between Friday 17 November and Monday 4 December. We apologise for any inconvenience.

22/07/2015 - Digitisation

The State Archives holds a real treasure of cartographic materials, but handing out original maps and plans in the reading rooms bears the risk of deteriorating the state of conservation of these documents. Indeed, repeated unrolling and rolling-up of these maps and plans that are sometimes of considerable size has taken its toll on the documents, which called for a large-scale digitization campaign. In recent years, some 60,000 maps and plans were digitised. This number increases steadily. Roughly 44,000 of these digital images have been processed and are now available for research.

In order to let the general public discover the rich archival heritage on the First World War, the State Archives launched a new dedicated website in August 2014: http://14-18-wallonie.arch.be. It is filled with a variety of interesting documents, including letters, posters, photographies, minutes, etc. The website is in French.

31/03/2014 - Digitisation - Saint-Hubert - NAB

In March 2014, that is to say 100 years after the First World War broke out and 75 years after the start of the Second World War, the 17 linear metres of archives (100 boxes) were returned to Germany – to the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin. Indeed, diplomatic archives are the property of the country that created them.

Head of Service: Thierry Scholtes.

Archivist: /

Reception, Reading Room and Stacks Management: Bernadette Bauvir, Coralie Henrard, Michaël Iwanyk.

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