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A Traveller's History of France - Traveller's History (Paperback)
  • A Traveller's History of France - Traveller's History (Paperback)

A Traveller's History of France - Traveller's History (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 07/04/2011
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"The Traveller's History series" is designed for the traveller who feels they need more historical background information on the country in which they are staying than can be found in an ordinary guidebook. For those who want to look deeper and discover more about the roots of France, its history and culture, in an enjoyable read, this is the book to choose. Designed for easy reference it is the key to unlocking the secrets of France. If you want to find about the mysterious Merovingian kings or the results of the last election; if you want to know when Chartres cathedral was built or how Napoleon rose to power or when and where Princess Diana died - you'll find it all in "A Traveller's History of France". "Undoubtedly the best way to prepare for a trip to France is to bone up on some history. "The Traveller's History of France" by Robert Cole is concise and gives the essential facts in a very readable form." ("The Independent"). "This little book is a very good idea indeed, a running commentary on the complexities, triumphs and tragedies of French history from the Lascaux Caves to the Pompidou centre. A must for tourists who want to know what happened where." ("The Birmingham Post"). "A brilliant idea from Gloucestershire publishers Windrush: a series of books which give a potted history of European countries. Ostensibly aimed at holidaymakers, the first on France, is an excellent introduction for anyone who wants an idiot's guide to a history that has so often intertwined with our own." ("The Oxford Times").

Publisher: The Armchair Traveller at the Bookhaus
ISBN: 9781907973048

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