Series: Michelet's History of France

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Histoire de France by Jules Micheletomnibus
Histoire de France : Tome 1, La Gaule, les Invasions, Charlemagne by Jules Michelet1
Histoire de France : Volume 2, Tableau de la France ; Les Croisades ; Saint Louis by Jules Michelet2
Histoire de France : Tome 3, Philippe-le-Bel, Charles V by Jules Michelet3
Histoire de France : Tome 4, Charles VI by Jules Michelet4
Histoire de France : Tome 5, Jeanne d'Arc, Charles VII by Jules Michelet5
Histoire de France, vol. 9 : Guerres de religion by Jules Michelet9
Histoire de France, vol. 10 : La Ligue et Henri IV by Jules Michelet10
Histoire de France - tome 11 Henri IV et Richelieu by Jules Michelet11
Histoire de France : Tome 12, Richelieu et la Fronde by Jules Michelet12
Histoire de France, vol. 13 : Louis XIV et la révocation de l'édit de Nantes by Jules Michelet13
Histoire de France, Tome 14 : Louis XIV et le duc de Bourgogne by Jules Michelet14
Histoire de France - tome 15 La Régence by Jules Michelet15
Histoire de France - tome 16 Louis XV by Jules Michelet16

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