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The Annuaire de la Noblesse Moderne des Maisons Principales de l'Europe (Yearbook of Modern Nobility of the Principal Houses of Europe), or simply the 'Annuaire de la Noblesse Moderne, is a reference guide of the European royal families and of the newly created nobility. The Annuaire is published in Canada and is written in French. The latest edition published and registered with the National Library of Canada is the 2010 edition.
The purpose of the Annuaire is to list permanently, the royal houses of Europe (former and reigning), and their cadet branches, as well as the new nobility created by the Sovereign houses.
The Annuaire is divided into two sections:
- Section I: List of royal houses of Europe,
- Section II:List of modern houses of the nobility of Europe,including members of royal houses granted supplementary titles.
- Royal Almanac : French ancestor of the European elite directory.
- Annuaire de la Noblesse Moderne des Maisons Principales de l'Europe de Kozma Prutkov (Montréal, 2010, ISSN 1925-5594).