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    Robert Gildea
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The period 1870 - 1914 in France saw the consolidation of republican government and the recovery of national self-confidence

The period 1870 - 1914 in France saw the consolidation of republican government and the recovery of national self-confidence.

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France 1870-1914 book. France, 1870-1914 (Seminar Studies in History). Robert Nigel Gildea is professor of Modern History at the University of Oxford and is the author of several influential books on 20th century French history. Books by Robert Gildea. Mor. rivia About France, 1870-1914.

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In this book Raymond A. Jonas offers a study of socialist success by focusing on one department in southeastern rural France, the Isere, where the silk industry . Jonas offers a study of socialist success by focusing on one department in southeastern rural France, the Isere, where the silk industry converted peasants into workers and brought a thriving and dynamic local economy to towns, villages, and hamlets. Analyzing peasant society and public opinion through a close study of rural household formation and through systematic use of press reports and electoral returns, Jonas explores in detail the consequences of the development of rural industry for politics, work, population movement, public opinion, and gender relations.

Robert Gildea has spent a lifetime studying modern France. Among his major works are France Since 1945 and The Past in French History. His last book, Marianne in Chains, won the Wolfson Prize for History in 2002. He is Professor of Modern History at the University of Oxford. Библиографические данные. Children of the Revolution: The French, 1799-1914.

The period 1870 - 1914 in France saw the consolidation of republican government and the recovery of national self-confidence. Though political crises such as the Dreyfus Affair threatened to tear it apart, the Republic established firm parliamentary rule, built up an Empire and an army which was to see it through the Great War. The new edition of this key text - first published as The Third Republic From 1870 to 1914 - offers a clear introduction to the period and incorporates the latest research.