We got twenty men from Alsace on Friday—some of them badly wounded.
We are waiting for a train that is bringing us fifteen wounded directly from Alsace.
But if Alsace and Lorraine be taken, there must be another war, for them and for honor.
There is much to be done on this side now, for the fighting in Alsace has been terrible.
We're in the wine vat in Leteur's vineyard in Alsace, remember.
It is especially an artistic Alsace that M. Hallays reveals to us.
In Benfelden (Alsace) a council was actually held to consider the course to be followed with regard to Jews.
For people speak their thoughts in Alsace,—nowhere more freely.
He was intimately acquainted with the Berlin sage, and undertook to disseminate the Pentateuch translation in Alsace.
And can you wonder that Germany finds Alsace and Lorraine restless?
region between France and Germany (disputed by them 18c.-19c.), Medieval Latin Alsatia, from Old High German *Ali-sazzo "inhabitant of the other (bank of the Rhine)," from Proto-Germanic *alja "other" + Old High German -sazzo "inhabitant," literally "one who sits." Alsatian was adopted 1917 by the Kennel Club for "German Shepherd dog" to avoid the wartime associations of German; the breed has no connection with Alsace.