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Histoire de France en bandes dessinees (French Edition) by Collectif1
HISTOIRE DE FRANCE EN BANDES DESSINEES N?1. VERCINGETORIX CESAR by José Bielsa1
Histoire de France en bandes dessinées - 2 - Attila, Clovis by Roger Lécureux2
HISTOIRE DE FRANCE EN BANDES DESSINÉES N°3. CHARLEMAGNE, LES VIKINGS by Robert Bielot Jacques Bastian, André Bérélowitch, Pierre Castex, Christian Godard, Roger Lécureux, Victor Mora, Jean Ollivier.3
HISTOIRE DE FRANCE EN BANDES DESSINEES N°4. HUGUES CAPET, GUILLAUME LE CONQUERANT by Robert Bielot Jacques Bastian, André Bérélowitch, Pierre Castex, Christian Godard, Roger Lécureux, Victor Mora, Jean Ollivier.4
Les croisades by Jacques Bastian5
HISTOIRE DE FRANCE EN BANDES DESSINÉES N°6. LES LOUIS DE FRANCE, BOUVINES by Guido Buzzelli José Bielsa, Eduardo Coelho, Gérald Forton, Victor de La Fuente, Maurillo (Milo) Manara, Xavier Musquera, Raymond Poïvet, Raphaël, Julio Ribera, Enric Sió6
HISTOIRE DE FRANCE EN BANDES DESSINEES N°8. LA GUERRE DE CENT ANS, BERTRAND DU GUESCLIN by Guido Buzzelli José Bielsa, Eduardo Coelho, Gérald Forton, Victor de La Fuente, Maurillo (Milo) Manara, Xavier Musquera, Raymond Poïvet, Raphaël, Julio Ribera, Enric Sió8
Histoire de France en bandes dessinées. N° 9 : Le roi fou - Jeanne d'Arc.9
Les Navigateurs de François Ier (Histoire de France en bandes dessinées.) by Xavier Musquera11
Histoire de France en bandes dessinées. N° 16 : La liberté en marche - De la République à l'Empire. by Pierre Castex16
Histoire De France En Bandes Dessinées N° 21 : La France D'outre-Mer & La Belle Époque by Histoire de France en BD21

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