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The French Revolutionary Wars, 1787-1802 Paperback – April 30 1999

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..."a superb work of historiography. Far more ambitious than its modest title suggests, it is a history of the French Revolution as well as a military and diplomatic history of Europe from 1787 to 1802....this book is more than a tour de force of erudition. It is a richly textured, engaging
narrative punctuated by cogent, often brilliant analysis."--France Review of Books


.,."a superb work of historiography. Far more ambitious than its modest title suggests, it is a history of the French Revolution as well as a military and diplomatic history of Europe from 1787 to 1802....this book is more than a tour de force of erudition. It is a richly textured, engaging
narrative punctuated by cogent, often brilliant analysis."--France Review of Books



, .."a superb work of historiography. Far more ambitious than its modest title suggests, it is a history of the French Revolution as well as a military and diplomatic history of Europe from 1787 to 1802....this book is more than a tour de force of erudition. It is a richly textured, engaging
narrative punctuated by cogent, often brilliant analysis."--France Review of Books



., ."a superb work of historiography. Far more ambitious than its modest title suggests, it is a history of the French Revolution as well as a military and diplomatic history of Europe from 1787 to 1802....this book is more than a tour de force of erudition. It is a richly textured, engaging
narrative punctuated by cogent, often brilliant analysis."--France Review of Books


.,."a superb work of historiography. Far more ambitious than its modest title suggests, it is a history of the French Revolution as well as a military and diplomatic history of Europe from 1787 to 1802....this book is more than a tour de force of erudition. It is a richly textured, engaging narrative punctuated by cogent, often brilliant analysis."--France Review of Books



."..a superb work of historiography. Far more ambitious than its modest title suggests, it is a history of the French Revolution as well as a military and diplomatic history of Europe from 1787 to 1802....this book is more than a tour de force of erudition. It is a richly textured, engaging narrative punctuated by cogent, often brilliant analysis."--France Review of Books





..".a superb work of historiography. Far more ambitious than its modest title suggests, it is a history of the French Revolution as well as a military and diplomatic history of Europe from 1787 to 1802....this book is more than a tour de force of erudition. It is a richly textured, engaging narrative punctuated by cogent, often brilliant analysis."--France Review of Books


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The Revolutionary wars brought France hegemony in Europe but at a terrible cost. Inside the country, the war brought the end of pluralism, the destruction of the monarchy, civil war and the Terror, paving the way for military dictatorship and burdening the country with an enduring legacy of political instability. This interaction between events at the front and at home is discussed in full. Special attention is also given to the devastation inflicted by the Revolutionary armies as they rampaged across the continent, together with the nationalist resistance movements they provoked.

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5.0 out of 5 stars The only recent history of the French Revolutionary Wars
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good general account of the causes, actions, and outcomes in the first of several Allied coalitions against France
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