The Origins of Contemporary France: The Modern Regime, vol. II

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Part of a six volume history of the making of modern France. This volumes deals with the state created by Napoleon and how it evolved during the 19th century. The second part deals with the Church and public education.

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The Origins of Contemporary France: The Modern Regime, vol. II, trans. John Durand (New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1894).

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