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THE FRENCH REVOLUTION by  R. Ben Jones - 1968 - from Ray Boas, Bookseller and


by Jones, R. Ben

Condition: very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover)

New York: Funk & Wagnalls, 1968. HC. very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover). 4 B&W maps. This study follows the Revolution from its mid-eighteenth-century origins through the fall of the throne, the Jacobin coup, the Terror, and the fall of Robespierre to the beginning of the Napoleonic era in 1799. Major crises are analyzed in terms of the most recent scholarship, and contemporary interpretation sheds new light on the myths surrounding Marat, the Terror, and the sans-culottes. 216pp.


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