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France By Zhingoora Books
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The General Knowledge book series, are designed for specific country, are one of the most admired book for the improvement and learning purpose.This book contains information about... More > Background,Geography,Natural resources,Land use,Environment. Population,Sex ratio,flag of the county,Area,Border countries,Maritime claims,Elevation extremes,Land use,Natural hazards,Volcanism,Age structure,Median age,Net migration rate,Country comparison to the world,Religions,Languages,Literacy,School life expectancy ,Government,Time difference,Administrative divisions,Executive branch,Cabinet and almost everthing related with general knowledge.< Less
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International Generalizations By Carl Brodersen
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A collection of amusing observations about the cultures encountered on a semester abroad at a business school in France, written as Letters Home by a Whitman College junior from Alaska. It's fairly... More > humorous and has neat pictures. Go for it!< Less
Syndicalism in France By Louis Levine
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A history of the syndicalist movement in France and early trade unions and industrial relations. From the Introduction of Syndicalism in France: 'The democratic social movement has overleaped its... More > platform and escaped out of the hands of its instigators. It is larger than any school of ideas and will not be bound by any program. It can be analyzed in part, and in general terms described, but it can no longer be defined. Socialism as one phase of this unmanaged and unmanageable tide, has itself been profoundly affected by the magnitude, the complexity, and the waywardness of the mass motion.< Less
General de Sonis By Mgr. Louis Baunard
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General Gaston de Sonis (1825-1887) was one of France’s most distinguished soldiers of the nineteenth century. He displayed outstanding skill and valour on the battlefields of Algeria, Italy... More > and in the Franco-Prussian war in which he lost a leg, but saved the honour of a defeated nation. An exemplary father of twelve children, he was also a warrior of the Sacred Heart, ennobled by Pope Leo XIII and the cause of whose canonisation is pending at Rome. Lying close to death upon the battlefield of Loigny in 1870 he received signal graces and light from Our Lady. This book tells his inspiring story.< Less
France In the Nineteenth Century (Illustrated) By Elizabeth Wormeley Latimer
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“Louis Bonaparte was nine years younger than his brother Napoleon, who by no right of primogeniture, but by right of success, was early looked upon as the head of the family of Bonaparte. He... More > assumed the place of father to his little brother Louis, and a very unsatisfactory father he proved. Louis was studious, poetical, solid, honorable, and unambitious. His brother was resolved to make him a distinguished general and an able king. He succeeded in making him a brave soldier and a very good general; but Louis had no enthusiasm for the profession of arms. He hated bloodshed, and above all he hated sack and pillage. He had no genius, and crooked ways of any kind were abhorrent to him.”< Less
The Disappearance Of Lady Frances Carfax By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle DL (22 May 1859 – 7 July 1930) was a Scottish physician and writer who is most noted for his fictional stories about the detective Sherlock Holmes, which are... More > generally considered milestones in the field of crime fiction. He is also known for writing the fictional adventures of a second character he invented, Professor Challenger, and for popularising the mystery of the Mary Celeste. He was a prolific writer whose other works include fantasy and science fiction stories, plays, romances, poetry, non-fiction, and historical novels. -Wikipedia< Less
Adieu Men of France By Chuck Fair
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War rages in Europe over a tiny patch of land called Silesia, draining nations’ treasuries and resilience. The much bigger prize across the sea is ignored by the vainglorious monarchs: The... More > land called the New World. English Minister Pitt sends a formidable attack force to drive the French from New France and claim the continent for England. Jeffery Amherst and James Wolfe conquer Louisbourg, the French prized seaport, in preparation to take Quebec. The unbeatable French General Louis Montcalm and his undermanned forces dug in on the Saint Lawrence River must fall before final victory. The English and the French soon discover there is a third force more deadly than their combined armies; a force who has a more venerable and vested interest in the New World. He is Atotarho, the Most Fearsome Spirit indigenous people fear, a Deity with a most unusual curiosity and appetite.< Less
A "Temporary Gentleman" in France By A. J. (Alec John) Dawson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Alec John Dawson (1872 - 3 February 1951), generally known as A.... More > J. Dawson (pseudonyms Major Dawson, Howard Kerr, Nicholas Freydon) was an English author, traveller and novelist. During World War I he attained the rank of Major, and was awarded the MBE and Croix de Guerre in recognition of his work as a military propagandist. Dawson published over thirty books, the one best remembered today probably being the animal adventure story Finn the Wolfhound (1908).Dawson was born in Wandsworth, England, the third son of Edward and Sara Dawson. His father worked as a collector for the local gas company. He left school early to become an apprentice in the Merchant Navy, but jumped ship in Australia after a couple of voyages. Excerpt from:< Less