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The French Revolution And Napoleon

Author : Peter McPhee
ISBN : 0415199077
Genre : History
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The upheavals, terror, and drama of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic period restructured politics and society on a grand scale, making this the defining moment for modern European history. This volume collects together a wide selection of primary texts to explain the process behind the enormous changes undergone by France and Europe between 1787 and 1815, from the Terror to the Counter-Revolution and from Marie-Antoinette to Robespierre and Bonaparte. While bringing the impact of historical events to life, Philip Dwyer and Peter McPhee provide a clear outline of the period through key documents and lucid introductory passages and commentary. They illustrate the meaning of the Revolution for peasants, sans-culottes, women, and slaves, as well as placing events within a wider European context.. Students will find this an invaluable source of information on the Revolution as a whole as well as the international significance of the events.

The French Revolution Sourcebook

Author : John Hardman
ISBN : 0340719834
Genre : History
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This selection of original documents in English translation examines the constitutional and political problems of France in the decade 1785-1795 through the writings of contemporaries. This text gives a full picture of the pre-Revolutionary period, the Constituent Assembly, and the Terror and provides an extraordinarily vivid guide to this key historical period.

The Napoleonic Source Book

Author : Philip J. Haythornthwaite
ISBN : 1854092871
Genre : History
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With a brief chronological account of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars to act as a quick reference, the remaining volume provides in sharp detail a survey of the basic capabilities and use of the weaponry of the era, a review of each state's participation in those ongoing conflicts, brief biographical notices of some of the leading military leaders, an update on the development of Napoleonic literature, a glossary of military terms, and a section devoted to miscellaneous facts and figures.

Napoleon And His Collaborators

Author : Isser Woloch
ISBN : 0393323412
Genre : History
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An historian focuses on Napoleon the dictator, revealing how this general managed to sieze control in France, and then, throughout Europe.

A Short History Of The French Revolution Subscription

Author : Jeremy D. Popkin
ISBN : 9781315508924
Genre : History
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Written for today's undergraduates, this up-to-date survey of the French Revolution and Napoleonic era offers a concise alternative to the longer texts geared to advanced study in the field. This text introduces students to the major events that comprise the story of the French Revolution; to the different ways in which historians have interpreted these event; to the political, social, and cultural origins of the Revolution; and to recent scholarship in the field.

Talleyrand

Author : Philip G. Dwyer
ISBN : 9781317881834
Genre : History
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From church establishment figure to revolutionary, supporter of Napoleon Bonaparte to promoter of the Bourbon Restoration, the twists and turns of Charles Maurice Prince de Talleyrand’s remarkable career through one of the most turbulent periods of French and European history continue to fascinate. Witty and wiley, cynical and charming, Talleyrand has been portrayed as a cynical opportunist, hypocrite, and traitor who betrayed governments whenever he had a chance to do so. Yet as the representative of France and advocate of peace at the Congress of Vienna, he has also been cast as the saviour of Europe. Philip Dwyer offers a detached, more nuanced analysis of the role of Talleyrand in the corridors of power over five different French regimes. He presents Talleyrand as a pragmatist, a member of the French political elite, mediating between various political interests and ideological tendencies to produce a working compromise, rather than actively seeking the overthrow of governments. His ability to weather the tectonic shifts in French and European politics of the time, and to successfully attach himself to the prevalent political trend, ensured that his role as French statesman was long and productive.

Napoleon And The Revolution

Author : D. Jordan
ISBN : 9781137035264
Genre : History
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This new study of Napoleon emphasizes his ties to the French Revolution, his embodiment of its militancy, and his rescue of its legacies. Jordan's work illuminates all aspects of his fabulous career, his views of the Revolution and history, the artists who created and embellished his image, and much of his talk about himself and his achievements.

The French Revolution

Author : Laura Mason
ISBN : 0669417807
Genre : History
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intended] for courses on the French Revolution or for a range of courses on European history ... -Back cover.

France 1789 1815

Author : Donald M.G. Sutherland
ISBN : 0195205138
Genre : History
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Challenging classical histories of the French Revolution, this work emphasizes the importance of conflict between revolutionary and counterrevolutionary movements and sets familiar events within a broader context of political, social, and economic crisis.

The French Revolution And Napoleon

Author : Lynn Hunt
ISBN : 9781474213745
Genre : History
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Lynn Hunt and Jack R. Censer's The French Revolution and Napoleon provides a globally-oriented narrative history of events from 1789 until the fall of Napoleon. It emphasizes the global origins and consequences of the French Revolution and explains why it is the formative event for modern politics. The book integrates global competition, fiscal crisis, slavery and the beginnings of nationalism with the more traditional emphases on human rights and constitutions, terror and violence, and the rise of authoritarianism. This global approach then enables the authors – two world-renowned scholars in the field – to clearly illustrate how the French Revolution and Napoleonic Empire changed all the political givens for Europe, the Americas, North Africa and parts of Asia as well. Including numerous illustrations and maps, end-of-chapter questions, timelines and primary source document extracts for analysis in each chapter, this book is essential reading for all students of modern European history who want to understand the French Revolution and Napoleonic Empire in a truly global context.

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