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The A to Z of the French Revolution. (reprint, 2004).


The A to Z of the French Revolution. (reprint, 2004)

Hanson, Paul R.

Scarecrow Pr.


393 pages




Hanson (history, Butler U., Indiana) cites people, laws and decrees, committees and other organizations and agencies, battles and other events, places, ideas, and other aspects of the revolution that revolutionized revolution. The cross-referencing is extensive, but there is no index. He includes a chronology from 1786 to 1799, a bibliography arranged topically, and an introduction placing the revolution in historical context. The 2004 cloth edition was titled Historical Dictionary of the French Revolution.

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