Clemenceau and the Third Republic

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Short Bibliography
BOOKS ON THE THIRD REPUBLIC
The best and fullest work in English is D. W. Brogan The Development of Modern France ( Hamish Hamilton, 1940). Beginners will find in Pierre Maillaud's France ( Oxford University Press, 1943) a useful introduction; in Paul Vaucher Post-War France ( Home University Library, 1934) a survey of the years between 1918 and 1933; and in Dorothy M. Pickles' The French Political Scene ( Nelson, 1938) a valuable sketch of the political background. The making of the Constitution is described in R. L. Middleton's The French Political System ( Benn, 1925), and the spirit behind it in David Thomson Democracy in France ( Oxford University Press, 1946).
In French the standard work of reference is Volume VII of the Histoire de France, by E. Lavisse. The best short text-book is La Troisième République 1870-1914 ( Paris, 1939), by Georges Bourgin . For a Right-wing version of the story, see Jacques Bainville , La Troisième République ( Paris, 1935); for a Left-wing version, A. Zévaès' Histoire de la Troisème République (new edition: 1938).
BOOKS ON CLEMENCEAU
Of the biographies written in or translated into English, only H. M. Hyndman's Clemenceau: the Man and his Time (Grant Richards, 1919) and G. Bruun's Clemenceau ( Harvard, 1943) are worth recommending. There is a short sketch by Winston Churchill in Great Contemporaries ( Cassell, 1935). A great deal of interesting material is to be found in Jean Martet's Clemenceau: the Events of his Life as told by Himself to his Former Secretary ( Longmans, 1930).
In French the fullest biography is La Vie orgueilleuse de Clemenceau ( Paris, 1930), by Georges Suarès. Le Ministére Clemenceau. Journal d'un témoin ( Paris, 1930), by H. Mordacq, is invaluable on the years 1917-19. For a vicious denigration see Le Véritable Clemenceau ( Berne, 1920), by Ernest Judet. The most recent biography is Clemenceau ( Paris, 1939), by H. Mordacq , an uncritical account which might well be supplemented by the Clemenceau ( Paris, 1931) of Georges Michon. The latest and best-informed apologia is La République de Clemenceau ( Paris, 1961) by Georges Wormser.

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 7
  • Chapter 1 - The Making of A Man 11
  • Chapter 2 - The First Crisis: 1870-71 26
  • Chapter 3 - The Making of A Republic 39
  • Chapter 4 - The Second Crisis: Panama 56
  • Chapter 5 - The Making of A Mind 71
  • Chapter 6 - The Third Crisis: Dreyfus 84
  • Chapter 7 - The Making of A Government 99
  • Chapter 8 - The Fourth Crisis: 1914-18 119
  • Chapter 9 - The Making of A Peace 134
  • Chapter 10 - The Last Crisis 155
  • Envoi 169
  • Short Bibliography 179
  • Index 181
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