Examples from the Web for alsace
The whole of Alsace had knelt at the same spot for centuries.
French people naturally like to have their books bound in French style, but it is next to impossible to get this done in Alsace.East of Paris|Matilda Betham-Edwards
There was a perfect web of them, reaching all the way from Alsace and the Forest of Argonne to the sea.The Hosts of the Air|Joseph A. Altsheler
Nearly all who had name, fortune, or influence have chosen France; that is to say, they all left Alsace after the war.
The Alsatians received but little assistance from the Empire; Alsace secured no help when menaced or invaded by foreign armies.Alsace-Lorraine|Daniel Blumenthal.
British Dictionary definitions for alsace
Word Origin and History for alsace
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.