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MessageSujet: Munro Price   Munro Price Icon_minitimeSam 11 Juil - 18:14

Vous avez lu les livres de Munro Price ?
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Munro Price has meticulously researched the mood, atmosphere and personalities behind the palace walls. At the heart of this research is a cache of letters that sheds new light on the lives of the royals, as the monarchy was gradually stripped of its power and revolutionary fervour called for their execution. The central character in this new evidence is the Baron de Breteuil, Louis's ambassador in exile, who orchestrated doomed escape plans and co-ordinated the international response to the revolution.This new book reassesses a perennially interesting period of history and will shed fresh insight into one of the real tuning points in European history

About the Author

Munro Price was born in London, and was educated there and in Cambridge, where he took his PhD. He specializes in eighteenth and early nineteenth-century France, and has lived and taught in Lyon and Paris. He is currently Professor of Modern European in History at the University of Bradford. His previous, critically acclaimed book, The Fall of the French Monarchy, won the Franco-British Society's Literary Prize and was shortlisted for the Wolfson History Prize and the Longman-History Today Prize.

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Voici les informations données par le site Amazon.

This is a history of the French Revolution, as seen through the eyes of the French royal family. Munro Price has researched the mood, atmosphere and personalities behind the palace walls: at the heart of this research is a cache of letters that sheds new light on the lives of the royals, as the monarchy was gradually stripped of its power and revolutionary fervour called for their execution. The central character in this new evidence is the Baron de Breteuil, Louis' ambassador in exile, who orchestrated doomed escape plans and co-ordinated the international response to the revolution.

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