Articles by Steven ErlangerSusan SaulnyTara Parker-PopeJames Kanter
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October 7, 2008
The Alsace-Moselle region is the great French exception. Having been variously French and German in the last few centuries — annexed, presumably for the last time, by Hitler’s Germany before returning to France after World War II — Alsace-Moselle still has a German feel, with rounded edges.