The French Second Empire: An Anatomy of Political Power

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Index
Académie française 295
Adam, Juliette 394, 455
agriculture 232, 239–43, 247, 304
agricultural shows 116–17, 243, 272, 346
Agulhon, Maurice 258, 353
Albufera, Duc d' 398
Alexandre, Charles 340
Algeria 414, 417–19
Allain-Targé348, 350, 352, 366, 368
Allavère, Colonel 458–9
Allier, department of 32
almanacs 22, 117–18, 187
Alphand, A. 222
Alsace 392, 437–8
Alton-Shée, Edmond Comte d' 383
American Civil War 248, 303
amnesties 166–7, 341 –2
Andelarre, Marquis d' 151, 237
André, F. E. 102
Angers (Maine-et-Loire) 162–3, 342–3
anticlericalism 77, 178, 198, 202–4, 310, 322–3, 326, 328–9, 347, 351, 359–61, 366, 375, 385, 398, 448, 463
anti-Semitism 103, 200, 288, 381
Anzin (Nord) 35, 160
Apponyi, A. R., Count 18
Arago, Emmanuel 380–1, 451, 460
Arago, Etienne 342, 460
architecture 222–3
Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône) 280
Armentières (Nord) 449
army 14, 24–5, 27–31, 34–6, 42, 46–7, 81, 142, 144–6, 150–1, 155, 162, 168–9, 201 –2, 224–5, 276, 280–1, 307, 336, 341, 359, 361, 374–5, 387, 391, 396, 401, 405, 409, 411 –24, 427, 430–1, 433–6, 456–9, 461, 465
military reform 61 –2, 72, 80, 127, 142, 307, 363, 385, 417, 420–5, 435
officer corps 413–17, 420, 422,
organisation 417–21, 424, 435–6, 440–3, 457
Prussian 441 –3
recruitment 416
technology 416–20, 440–2
Attibert, F. 162–3
Aubin (Aveyron) 169
Aubry, Emile 372–3, 385, 437
Audiffret-Pasquier, Duc d' 291
Audoin-Rouzeau, S. 436
Augier, Emile 192–3
Aumale, Duc d' 69–70, 308
Austria, relations with 304, 407–11, 418, 425, 432, 440
Baciocchi, Princess 280
Bancel, Désiré 383–4
banking and finance 217, 219, 222, 225–30, 248, 273, 296–7, 306–8, 350, 357–8
Bank of France 228, 230, 248
Crédit mobilier 217, 228–30, 307
Crédit foncier 226, 242, 307
Crédit lyonnais 229
Société Générale 229
Barail, General du 411
Barbès, Armand 13, 166
Baroche, Jules 55–8, 61 –2, 65, 69, 78, 80, 82, 86, 110–11, 124, 151, 179, 184–5, 195, 207, 227, 233–4, 236, 290, 435
Barrot, Ferdinand 104, 457
Barrot, Odilon 17, 19, 78, 266, 271, 295, 300–1, 315, 396
Bartholony, F. 218
Baudelaire, Charles 187
Baudin, Victor 184, 350–1, 357
Bazaine, Marshal 57, 405, 443–5, 448, 450
Beaumont, Gustave de 415
Beaune (Côte-d'Or) 29
Bedeau, General 27
Bédarieux (Hérault) 29, 31 –2, 34
Bedarrides (Vaucluse) 154

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