The Regions of France: A Reference Guide to History and Culture

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The Regions of France: A Reference Guide to History and Culture
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction - Regions, History and Images 1
  • Select Bibliography 12
  • Chapter 1 - Alsace 15
  • Select Bibliography 24
  • Chapter 2 - Aquitaine 25
  • Select Bibliography 38
  • Chapter 3 - Auvergne 39
  • Select Bibliography 46
  • Chapter 4 - Brittany (Bretagne) 47
  • SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY 56
  • Chapter 5 - Burgundy (Bourgogne) 57
  • Select Bibliography 67
  • Chapter 6 - Centre 69
  • SELECT BEBLIOGRAPHY 80
  • Chapter 7 - Champagne-Ardenne 81
  • Select Bibliography 92
  • Chapter 8 - Corsica (Corse) 93
  • Select Bibliography 103
  • Chapter 9 - Franche-Comté 105
  • Select Bibliography 113
  • Chapter 10 - Île-De-France 115
  • Select Bibliography 127
  • Chapter 11 - Languedoc-Roussillon 129
  • Select Bibliography 139
  • Chapter 12 - Limousin Regional Geography 141
  • Select Bibliography 148
  • Chapter 13 - Lorraine Regional Geography 151
  • Select Bibliography 158
  • Chapter 14 - Midi-Pyrénées 159
  • Select Bibliography 168
  • Chapter 15 Nord-Pas-De-Calais 169
  • Select Bibliography 180
  • Chapter 16 - Lower Normandy (Basse-Normandie) 181
  • Select Bibliography 190
  • Chapter 17 - Upper Normandy (Haute-Normandie) 191
  • Select Bibliography 198
  • Chapter 18 - Pays De La Loire 199
  • Select Bibliography 208
  • Chapter 19 - Picardy (Picardie) 209
  • Select Bibliography 217
  • Chapter 20 - Poitou-Charentes 219
  • Select Bibliography 229
  • PROVENCE (PROVENCE-ALPES-CÔTE D'AZUR) 230
  • Chapter 21 - Provence (Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur) 231
  • Select Bibliography 244
  • Chapter 22 - Rhône-Alpes 245
  • Select Bibliography 259
  • CHRONOLOGY 261
  • THE RULERS OF FRANCE SINCE A.D. 987 267
  • GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 271
  • Index 277
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