Belgique-Luxembourg: 100 ans de collaboration

Translated title of the contribution: Belgium-Luxembourg: 100 years of collaboration

Franz Clément (Editor), Raymond Biren, Christoph Brüll, Frédéric Biava, Jean-Marc Chiarada, Yves Claude, Henry Demortier, Alain de Muysr, Bruno Denis, Alain Duschène, Philippe Greisch, Jean-Louis Hanff, Sylvie Hubert, Daniel Hussin, Michel Lejeune, Virginie Michielsen, Claudine Otto, Alexandre Petit, Carlo Thelen, Charles-Ferdinand NothombXavier Bettel, Alexander de Croo

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The Kingdom of Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg formed only one and the same country from 1830 to 1839. If their destinies were then significantly distinguished, it still undergoes today many de facto but also institutional cooperation. binding the two states. The year 1921 undoubtedly constitutes the cornerstone of these relations with the signing of the treaty establishing the Belgian-Luxembourg Economic Union (BLEU). A century later, as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of this treaty, the book provides an overview of the rich cooperation between these two countries in several areas including history, economy, trade, environment, the army and culture.
Translated title of the contributionBelgium-Luxembourg: 100 years of collaboration
Original languageFrench
TypeBook on the 100th anniversary of the UEBL (Union économique belgo-luxembourgeoise)
PublisherÉditions Larcier
Number of pages189
Place of PublicationWindhof
ISBN (Print)978-2-87998-601-2
Publication statusPublished - 6 Oct 2021


  • Belgique
  • Luxembourg
  • UEBL
  • collaboration

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