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By P. M. Jones

ISBN-10: 1138848492

ISBN-13: 9781138848498

ISBN-10: 1138848514

ISBN-13: 9781138848511

P. M. Jones’ The French Revolution, now in its 3rd version, is an authoritative survey of occasions in France from 1787, because the energy of the ancien régime began to disintegrate, until eventually 1804 and the loss of life of the Republic. It presents a balanced and obtainable account of the dramatic occasions of the intervening years, together with the autumn of the Bastille, the months of the phobia and the adventure in the direction of the production of the 1st French Empire, are analysed, in addition to an evaluation of the broader value of the progressive decade.

This re-creation has been absolutely revised and up to date to incorporate new fabric on citizenship, gender, equality and felony reforms, and the imperial size of the Revolution. The historiographical debate is introduced correct modern, considering the newest scholarship at the Revolution. The narrative is supported through a variety of unique files which make clear occasions of the interval from the viewpoint of these who lived via it.

With supplementary fabrics together with a chronology, who’s who, thesaurus and advisor to extra interpreting, this ebook is still a useful source for college kids of the French Revolution.

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