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by J. Hampden Jackson,Herbert Butterfield,D. W. Brogan,H. C. Darby,J. M. Richardson,Sir Ernest Barker,A. Ewert,I. L. Foster

eBook A Short History of France from Early Times to 1972 download ISBN: 0521098645
Author: J. Hampden Jackson,Herbert Butterfield,D. W. Brogan,H. C. Darby,J. M. Richardson,Sir Ernest Barker,A. Ewert,I. L. Foster
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 2 edition (October 31, 1974)
Language: English
Pages: 246
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Hardcover no dust jacket, 1959 221p. 69 france in early times; medieval france; centralization and expansion; from revolution to second empire; the third republic; defeat and recovery.

Ernest Barker (contributor) D. W. Brogan (Assistant) Herbert Butterfield (Assistant) H. C. Darby (Assistant) A. Ewert (contribution) I. L. Foster (contribution) J. Hampden Jackson (Ed. Richardson (contributor). A Short History of France from Early Times to 1972 Ernest Barker (contributor), D. Brogan (Assistant), Herbert Butterfield (Assistant), H. Darby (Assistant), A. Ewert (contribution), I. Foster (contribution), J., J. Richardson (contributor) Cambridge University Press, 1974 .

Sir Herbert Butterfield FBA (7 October 1900 – 20 July 1979) was Regius Professor of History and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. As a British historian and philosopher of history, he is remembered chiefly for a short volume early in his career entitled The Whig Interpretation of History (1931) and for his Origins of Modern Science (1949). Butterfield turned increasingly to historiography and man's developing view of the past

France: A Short History. New York: W. Norton & Company, 1946. Butterfield, Herbert, . Darby, and J.

France: A Short History. Knapton, Ernest John. France: An Interpretative History. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1971. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1975. London: Time-Life Books, 1984. Adams, Jeffrey T. "Das Parfüm. Die Geschichte eines Mörders.

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"This collection of essays by distinguished historians provides a condensed history of France which covers not only political affairs but also economic, maritime, religious and linguistic development. After a brief survey of the Roman period and the Middle Ages, the main part of the book is devoted to the period after 1788. In this second edition the story is brought up to date by a new chapter on Gaullist France and a postscript which outlines events from the resignation of de Gaulle to the election of 1973."...from the back cover