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France, 1940-1955 By Alexander Werth. Henry Holt, 1956
France, 1943-1945 By Hilary Footitt, John Simmonds. Holmes & Meier, 1988
FREE! France, Mediaeval and Modern: A History By Arthur Hassall. Clarendon Press, 1919
France: The Dark Years, 1940-1944 By Julian Jackson. Oxford University Press, 2001
France: Government and Society By J. M. Wallace-Hadrill, John McManners. Methuen & Co., 1957
France: A Modern History By Albert Guérard. University of Michigan Press, 1959
FREE! France - Vol. 2 By John Edward Courtenay Bodley. Macmillan, 1898
FREE! France - Vol. 2 By John Edward Courtenay Bodley. Macmillan & Co., 1898
Frances Hodgkins: Paintings and Drawings By Frances Hodgkins, Iain Buchanan, Michael Dunn, Elizabeth Eastmond. Auckland University Press, 1994
Frances Perkins: Champion of the New Deal By Naomi Pasachoff. Oxford University Press, 1999
France's Relationship with Subsaharan Africa By Anton Andereggen. Praeger Publishers, 1994
Frances Tustin By Sheila Spensley. Routledge, 1995
Frances Willard: A Biography By Ruth Bordin. University of North Carolina Press, 1986
Frances Wright, Free Enquire.: The Study of a Temperament By A. J. G. Perkins, Theresa Wolfson, Frances Wright. Harper & brothers, 1972
FREE! Francesca Da Rimini By Gabriele D'Annunzio, Arthur Symons. Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1902
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Francesco Geminiani, 1687-1762 By Enrico Careri. Oxford University, 1993
Francis and Clare: The Complete Works By Clare of Assisi, Francis of Assisi, Regis J. Armstrong, Ignatius C. Brady. Paulist Press, 1982
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FREE! Francis Bacon, His Life and Philosophy - Vol. 2 By John Nichol. William Blackwood and Sons, 1901
Francis Bacon: The Temper of a Man By Catherine Drinker Bowen. Fordham University Press, 1993
Francis Bacon: His Career and His Thought By Fulton H. Anderson. University of Southern California Press, 1962
Francis Bacon's Intellectual Milieu By Virgil K. Whitaker. Publications from the Clark Library Professorship, UCLA., 1962
Francis de Sales, Jane de Chantal: Letters of Spiritual Direction By Jeanne-Françoise de Chantal, Frances de Sales, Wendy M. Wright, Joseph S. Power, Péronne Marie Thibert. Paulist Press, 1988
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Francis of Assisi: Performing the Gospel Life By Lawrence S. Cunningham. W.B. Eerdmans, 2004
FREE! Francis Parkman By Henry Dwight Sedgwick. Houghton Mifflin, 1904
Francis Parkman By Robert L. Gale. Twayne Publishers, 1973
Francis Poulenc By Wilfrid Mellers. Oxford University Press, 1993
The Francis Preston Blair Family in Politics - Vol. 1 By William Ernest Smith. The Macmillan Company, 1933
Francis Thompson By Peter Butter. Longmans, Green & Co, 1961
Francis W. Pickens and the Politics of Destruction By John B. Edmunds Jr.. University of North Carolina Press, 1986
Francis Wilson's Life of Himself By Francis Wilson, John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress). Boston, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1924
Franciscan Beginnings in Colonial Peru By Antonine Tibesar. Academy of American Franciscan History, 1953
The Franciscan Charism in Higher Education By Roberta McKelvie. Franciscan Institute, 1992
The Franciscans in England, 1224-1538 By Edward Hutton. Constable & company, ltd., 1926
Franco and the Spanish Civil War By Filipe Ribeiro De Meneses. Routledge, 2001
Franco: Silent Ally in World War II By Willard L. Beaulac. Southern Illinois University Press, 1986
Franco-British Academic Partnerships: The Next Chapter By Maurice Fraser, Philippe Lane. Liverpool University Press, 2011
Franco-German Relations, 1878-1885 By Robert H. Wienefeld. The Johns Hopkins Press, 1929
FREE! The Franco-German War of 1870-71 By Helmuth Von Moltke, Archibald Forbes. Harper & Brothers, 1907 (3rd edition)
François Mauriac By Martin Jarrett-Kerr. Yale University Press, 1954
François Truffaut: The Lost Secret By Anne Gillain, Alistair Fox. Indiana University Press, 2013
The Francophone Caribbean Today: Literature, Language, Culture By Gertrud Aub-Buscher, Beverley Ormerod Noakes. University Press of the West Indies, 2003
Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa, 1880-1995 By Patrick Manning. Cambridge University Press, 1998
The Franco-Russian Alliance, 1890-1894 By William Leonard Langer. Harvard University Press, 1929
Frank Julian Sprague: Electrical Inventor and Engineer By William D. Middleton, William D. Middleton III. Indiana University Press, 2009
Frank Lloyd Wright in the Realm of Ideas By Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, Gerald Nordland. Southern Illinois University Press, 1988
Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim Correspondence By Frank Lloyd Wright, Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer. Press at California State University, Fresno, 1986
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Frank Lloyd Wright: The Masterworks By Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer, David Larkin. Rizzoli, 1993
Frank Lloyd Wright By Vincent Scully Jr.. George Braziller, 1960
Frank Ramsey: Truth and Success By Jérôme Dokic, Pascal Engel. Routledge, 2002
Frank Waters: Man and Mystic By Vine Deloria Jr.. Ohio University Press, 1993
The Frankenstein Film Sourcebook By Caroline Joan (Kay) S. Picart, Frank Smoot, Jayne Blodgett. Greenwood Press, 2001
Frankenstein: Or, the Modern Prometheus By Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Collier Books, 1961
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The Frankfurt School on Religion: Key Writings by the Major Thinkers By Eduardo Mendieta. Routledge, 2004
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Franklin C. Watkins By Andrew Carnduff Ritchie. Museum of Modern Art, 1950
Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Supreme Court By Alfred Haines Cope, Fred Krinsky. Heath, 1952
Franklin D. Roosevelt as Governor of New York By Bernard Bellush. Columbia University Press, 1955
Franklin D. Roosevelt's World Order By Willard Range. University of Georgia Press, 1959
FREE! Frank's Campaign: Or, the Farm and the Camp By Horatio Alger, Jr.. J. C. Winston, 1892
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