Foreign policy of the French Second Empire: a bibliography

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William E. Echard
Greenwood Press, 1988 - Political Science - 416 pages

This bibliography, the most comprehensive yet published, contains over 4,100 citations and offers a wealth of useful information to aid the researcher in locating sources for the study of the foreign policy of the French Second Empire. It includes books, articles, doctoral dissertations, and general studies of major diplomatic history topics relating to the political, economic, social, and cultural aspects of Second Empire foreign policy that have been published between the mid-1880s and the mid 1980s in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

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Contents

AUSTRIA AND FRANCE
21
COLONIALISM AND COLONIES
30
CONCERT OF EUROPE AND CONFERENCE DIPLOMACY
69
DISARMAMENT PEACE MOVEMENT PACIFISM
76
ECONOMIC POLICIES AND ROLE OF FRANCE
115
ITALY AND FRANCE
129
THE MEXICAN INTERVENTION
193
POLAND THE POLISH QUESTION AND FRANCE
216
SPAIN AND FRANCE
228
THE UNITED STATES AND FRANCE
234
THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE AND FRANCE
253
GERMANY AND FRANCE
259
THE FRANCOPRUSSIAN WAR
280
Author Index
321
Subject Index
378
Copyright

RUSSIA AND FRANCE
222

About the author (1988)

WILLIAM E. ECHARD is Associate Professor of History at Glendon College of York University in Toronto.

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