Historical Dictionary of the Third French Republic, 1870-1940 - Vol. 1

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Contributors
Robert Aldrich, Department of History, University of Sydney ( Australia)
Jane P. Ambrose, Department of Music, University of Vermont
Kathryn E. Amdur, Department of History, Emory University
Julian P. W. Archer, Department of History, Drake University
Oscar L. Arnal, Department of Religion and Culture, Wilfred Laurier University
Susan A. Ashley, Department of History, Colorado College
Philip C. F. Bankwitz, Department of History, Trinity College
William R. Beer, Department of Sociology, Brooklyn College
Michael Berkvam, Department of French, Indiana University
Patrick K. Bidelman, Department of History, Purdue University
Carol L. Bird, West Virginia Wesleyan College
Joel Blatt, Department of History, University of Connecticut at Stamford
Jeanette D. Bragger, Department of French, Pennsylvania State University
John R. Braun, Department of History, University of Waterloo
James B. Briscoe, Department of History, University of Arkansas
Marvin L. Brown Jr., Department of History, North Carolina State University
Michael Burns, Department of History, Mount Holyoke College
Frederick Busi, Department of French, University of Massachusetts
Stuart L. Campbell, Department of History, Alfred University
Philippe Carrard, Department of Romance Languages, University of Vermont
Larry Ceplair, Los Angeles, California
Myrna Chase, Mount Morris, New York
Lisa C. Chewning, West Virginia Wesleyan College
Petra ten-Doesschate Chu, Department of Art, Seton Hall University
Linda L. Clark, Department of History, Millersville State College
Lynn H. Cline, University of Vermont
William B. Cohen, Department of History, Indiana University
Barbara T. Cooper, Department of Romance Languages, University of New Hampshire

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Historical Dictionaries of French History ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contributors vii
  • Preface xiii
  • The Dictionary 1
  • A 3
  • B 73
  • C 155
  • D 257
  • E 313
  • F 347
  • G 409
  • H 449
  • I 465
  • J 489
  • K 507
  • L 511
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