An editorialised corpus
Official acts, scholarly works, printed books, manuscripts, maps, prints, photographs, podcasts and videos, along with testimonies about everyday life, customs, science and culture bring centuries of shared history to life.
4,000 documents are divided into 4 sections:
Each of these explores one aspect of the ties between the two countries. In addition, historical contextualisation is provided by articles written by specialists, researchers and library curators.
Poland in Gallica
From the epic of the Napoleonic era that inspires Polish literature to the present day, to the 100th anniversary of the convention on Polish immigration and the little-known links of Gaspard-Félix Tournachon (Nadar) with Poland, the blog of Gallica contains many articles illustrating the close relationship between France and Poland.
In Gallica, you can also discover a collection of documents linked to Frédéric Chopin.
The project’s origin
The France-Poland digital library is a collective venture. In addition to the two historical partners, other various heritage and cultural institutions are involved: