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by G. R. R. Treasure

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1627 Seventeenth Century France, by G. R. R. Treasure, M.A. (read 18 Apr 1981) The author of this book is identified as "Assistant Master at Harrow School." I found the book a very worthwhile one, and rather unifying. I was struck by some things I learned in the book. The treatment of the Huguenots after the Revolution of the Edict of Nantes I believe has not been treated so starkly and hostilely to Louis XIV in anything I've read before. The War of the Spanish Succession is treated by a chapter called "The Great War" and that seems to be worthy of more detailed study by me. This book is probably used as a high school text at Harrow, but I did not find it too elementary. ( )
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