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eBook The French Emigres in Europe and the Struggle against Revolution, 1789-1814 ePub
Author: Philip Mansel,K. Carpenter
Language: English
ISBN: 0333744365
ISBN13: 978-0333744369
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1999 edition (July 19, 1999)
Pages: 236
Category: Europe
Subcategory: History
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The French Émigrés in Europe and the Struggle against Revolution, 1789-1814 underlines, for the first time, the achievements rather than the failures, of the Émigrés. Different specialist essays describe their impact from London to Hungary, from Lisbon to Prussia, and confirm their critical. KIRSTY CARPENTER is a Senior Lecturer in European History in the School of History, Philosophy and Politics at Massey University, New Zealand.

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The French Émigrés in Europe and the Struggle against Revolution: 1789–1814 (New York, St. Martin's .

Paris Between Empires, 1814–1852 (London, John Murray, 2001). Prince of Europe: the Life of Charles-Joseph de Ligne, 1735–1814 (London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2003) Philip Mansel’s knowledge of the history and culture of these places is encyclopedic; he has walked their streets, met the scions of their famous families and penetrated their private archives. His eye for detail is sharp; telling anecdotes are culled from memoirs of all kinds, and the sights and smells of each city are vividly conjured up.

The Emigration during the French Revolution has often been treated with scorn. It is time to redress this imbalance and to examine the Emigration in more detail. Were the emigres the failures they were styled, by Balzac among others - tired remnants of a lost civilisation? This book seeks to explore the Emigration as both a cultural and political phenomenon, underpinned by The Emigration during the French Revolution has often been treated with scorn.

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Struggle against Revolution, 1789-1814 underlines, for the first time, the achievements rather than the failures, of the Emigres. The French Emigres were more than refugees, they were active, and often remarkably successful

The French Emigres in Europe and the Struggle against Revolution, 1789-1814 underlines, for the first time, the achievements rather than the failures, of the Emigres. Different specialist essays describe their impact from London to Hungary, from Lisbon to Prussia, and confirm their critical importance in the politics, ideology and culture of their time.

The French Emigres in Europe and the Struggle against Revolution, 1789-1814. Kirsty Carpenter, Philip Mansel. List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Introduction From Coblenz to Hartwell: the Emigre Government and the European Powers 1791-1814 . ansel A European Destiny: The Armee de Conde 1792-180. More).

The French Émigrés in Europe and the Struggle against Revolution, 1789-1814 underlines, for the first . The French Émigrés were more than refugees, they were active, and often remarkably successful, agents on the European struggle against the French Revolution. Palgrave MacMillan UK. Book Format.

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The French Émigrés in Europe and the Struggle against Revolution, 1789-1814 underlines, for the first time, the achievements rather than the failures, of the Émigrés. Different specialist essays describe their impact from London to Hungary, from Lisbon to Prussia, and confirm their critical importance in the politics, ideology and culture of their time. The French Émigrés were more than refugees, they were active, and often remarkably successful, agents on the European struggle against the French Revolution.
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