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Europe and the French Imperium, 1799–1814 (1938)

by Geoffrey Bruun

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This is a volumje in the series edited by William L. Langer called "The Rise of Modern Europe." It is the seventh volume in that series I have read. Since it wa spublished in 1938 it is somewhat dated and it would, I think, be better to read a more recent study on the momentous years covered by the volume. It started out to be quite engaging, but plodded some towards the end. The author was born in Montreal, Canada, but was a history professor in the U.S., dying at age 89 in 1988 ( )
  Schmerguls | Oct 13, 2008 |
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Our age of specialization produces an almost incredible amount of monographic research in all fields of human knowledge.
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If this survey of European developments during the period of the French ascendency under Napoleon is to be classified at all it will be found to fall in most readily, I think, withe the school of interpretation associated with the name of Albert Sorel.
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