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  • Author:
    Henri Dubief,Thony Forster,Philippe Bernard
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    0521252407
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    978-0521252409
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    Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (May 31, 1985)
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    376 pages
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Philippe Bernard (Author), Henri Dubief (Author), Thony Forster (Translator) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-0521252409. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. No other textbook covers the subject at this level of detail and sophistication. clearly indispensable undergraduate reading.

Book 5 of 9 in the Cambridge History of Modern France Series this book will be welcomed by all university teachers of modern French history.

Book 5 of 9 in the Cambridge History of Modern France Series. Price this book will be welcomed by all university teachers of modern French history. Paperback: 380 pages. Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 26, 1988).

The Cambridge History of Modern France by. Philippe Bernard.

Philippe Bernard, Henri Dubief. Cambridge University Press, 26 февр. Following the trauma of the War, France slipped first into an 'era of illusions' in which the pre-war world was to be reconstructed from the spoils of victory, later taking a more realistic stance in the comparative 'prosperity' of the 1920s.

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Bernard, Philippe; Dubief, Henri; Forster, Thony (1985). The Decline of the Third Republic, 1914–1938. The Cambridge History of Modern France. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Book in the The Cambridge History of Modern France Series). by Henri Dubief and Philippe Bernard. Following the trauma of war, France slipped into the "era of illusions" which despite the comparative prosperity of the 1920s led to the slump and the severe social and economic unrest of the 1930s.

BERNARD, PHILIPPE (Author) DUBIEF, HENRI (Author) CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF MODERN FRANCE; 5 (Author) Cambridge University Press . The French Nationalists and the collapse of the Third Republic (1938-1940).

BERNARD, PHILIPPE (Author) DUBIEF, HENRI (Author) CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF MODERN FRANCE; 5 (Author) Cambridge University Press (Publisher). An artist against the Third Reich Ernst Barlach, 1933-1938. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.

Cambridge Core - Twentieth Century European History - France under Fire - by Nicole . The Decline of the Third Republic 1914–1938, trans. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985.

Cambridge Core - Twentieth Century European History - France under Fire - by Nicole Dombrowski Risser. An ambitious book, Risser sets out to examine the intersection of the civilian and military experience under total war by looking at the mass exodus and internal displacement of domestic and foreign refugees in France during World War I. Lynne Taylor Source: H-France.

Third Republic: 1871–1940 Bernard, Philippe, and Henri Dubief.

This book provides a detailed account of the Third Republic in France between the outbreak and conduct of the First World War and the fall of Leon Blum's Front Populaire soon after Hitler's invasion and annexation of Austria in 1938. Following the trauma of war, France slipped into the "era of illusions" which despite the comparative prosperity of the 1920s led to the slump and the severe social and economic unrest of the 1930s. The short-lived experiment of Blum's Front Populaire gave way to more conservatively-based ministries, but by 1938 a new common enemy began to draw together the political opinion of the country.