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The Terror Hardcover – May 5 2005


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A meticulous account . . . stands beside Simon Schama's Citizens―LITERARY REVIEW

The most authoritative treatment we are likely to have for many years―William Doyle, INDEPENDENT

David Andres s' important new book is a major contribution in our efforts to rethink the French Revolution . . . It is also exceptionally well-written―Timothy Tacket, author of BECOMING A REVOLUTIONARY AND WHEN THE KING TOOK FLIGHT

Commendably fair and even-handed . . . A lucid study―Munro Price, SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

About the Author

David Andress is a leading scholar of the French Revolution and an elected Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

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