There are three main genealogy print magazines in France. Each is full size, glossy, from 50 to 80 pages long, full colour with lots of illustrations, and each takes advertisements. All are available in local newsagents, though rarely at the corner kiosks, and all are national in coverage. Yet their differences are significant enough to warrant discussing each individually.
- Best for information on the departmental archives and internet developments.
- Worst on general history.
- Best for book reviews.
- Best for articles on famous people's families.
- Worst on practical advice.
- Best for practical advice
- Best for general history
- Worst for internet genealogy advice.