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France since the Second World War By Tyler Stovall

France since the Second World War
by Tyler Stovall

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France has carved herself out a distinct identity on the world stage since 1945. This new Seminar Study focuses in particular on the French role in a global context, and on relations with the US, Europe and the French Empire.
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France since the Second World War by Tyler Stovall

This new introductory guide provides a succinct history of postwar France. Professor Stovall covers political, social and economic developments from the immediate postwar years and France's economic recovery up to the Mitterand era; including the rise of the far Right. He also he looks at French international relations; the new relations with Europe in the post-Soviet era, French-US relations and the relationship with her empire including the wars in Indochina and Algeria. The study is supported by chronologies, biographies of the key players and a guide to further reading.

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About Tyler Stovall

Tyler Stovall is Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

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France since the Second World War by Tyler Stovall
Tyler Stovall
Seminar Studies In History
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Pearson Education Limited
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