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To learn more about the history of the city: with this intention, the Kölnische Geschichtsverein published the first yearbook in 1912. The aim was to support historical research and to interest the citizens of Cologne for the history of their city. Representing the diversity of Cologne’s history: until today the articles deal with politics, church, economy and society, with art and architecture, with personalities from Cologne and stories about the districts – from the antiquity and the Middle Ages until the modern age and present. To analyse urban history from different perspectives: in addition to the various well-established authors there are young scientists, who add new facets to Cologne’s history with their yearbook contributions. For now 100 years, the yearbook of the Kölnische Geschichtsverein looks at Cologne from a historical perspective. In addition to the articles, reviews and book announcements inform about up-to-date publications dealing with urban history.


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Editorial Information

Editors: Manfred Groten, Julia Kaun und Ulrich S. Soénius

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