The Terre Blanche Archives
The Terre Blanche Archives bring together on one site all written, photographic, sound and video documents, as well as objects that bear witness to the history of the brands of l’Aventure Peugeot Citroën DS. A unique fund in the world by its importance and the quality of what it contains. A real treasure treasured by archivists, researchers, academics, in search of stories and information.
The Terre Blanche Archives keep track of PSA Group brand activities since their creation. This documentary center, born under the name of "Peugeot Endowment Fund for the Memory of Industrial History", is chaired by Thierry Peugeot.
The work initially begun for Peugeot's benefit is now extended to all the Group's brands. The Terre Blanche teams collect, identify, preserve and make available to researchers, professionals, collectors and those who express their desire, the tangible testimonies of more than two centuries of industrial activity.
Historians and specialized technicians, supported by high-level technical resources, look after tens of millions of documents and objects. These collections are supplemented each day by thousands of new pieces from all PSA Group units, in France and abroad, who now send all their archives to Terre Blanche.
The documentary collection is one of the largest and most comprehensive automotive world.
It allows, through the history of Peugeot, Citroën and DS, but also Panhard, Simca, Chrysler France, Talbot ... to relive a major industrial epic and, through it, that of our country.