MUSEUM OF WALLOON LIFE

History Fund of the Walloon Movement

All researchers agree that this is the 'most relevant collection for investigating the Walloon Movement'.

The History of the Walloon Movement Collection (FHMW)

Couverture de la partition de 'Vîle térre wallonne' (1912)

The History of the Walloon Movement Collection was set up in 1949 and became accessible to the public in 1956.

The History of the Walloon Movement Collection has developed in line with the state reform process and the increasing prominence of the regions and national issues in the European arena. As a result of its rich variety, the History of the Walloon Movement Collection is a valuable tool not only for historians but also for art historians, verbal, visual and audiovisual experts, sociologists, economists, political scientists and legal experts.

The History of the Walloon Movement Collection offers:

Tract du Rassemblement wallon (1970 )
  • a library with over 16,000 books and brochures on various dimensions of the Walloon issue as well as questions about nationalities,
  • a set of unique archives originating with Walloon activists, business organisations, cultural associations and public agencies,
  • posters,
  • multimedia documents,
  • electoral campaign documents ,
  • over 1,000 newspaper and magazine titles, a hundred or so clandestine newspaper titles from the 1940-1945 war,
  • a press review,
  • miscellaneous objects.

Contact:

Couverture du programme du pèlerinage wallon à Waterloo (1936)

Address: Cour des Mineurs 4000 Liege

Tel.: +32 (0) 4/237 28 56

Fax: +32 (0) 4/237 90 89

Documentation centre open to the public: Monday to Wednesday from 9 am to 5 pm / Thursday morning by appointment only! / Closing day : Friday and January 1st, May 1st, August 15, November 1st, December 25.

Tel.: +32 (0)4/237 90 94

Person in charge: Fabrice Meurant-Pailhe

Mail: fhmw@viewallonne.be

Galerie photos

Couverture de la partition de 'Vîle térre wallonne' (1912)
Tract du Rassemblement wallon (1970 )
Couverture du programme du pèlerinage wallon à Waterloo (1936)
Brochure de Raymond Colleye (1918)
Feuille électorale du Rassemblement wallon (1968)