Title CONSORTIUM ON REVOLUTIONARY EUROPE: PROCEEDINGS 1989 BICENTENNIAL OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
Edition First edition
Publisher Tallahassee FSU 1990
Seller ID 157
xliv+986pp. VG+ illustrated hardcover. The Consortium on Revolutionary Europe 1750-1850 is the professional organization of Napoleonic historians. This massive volume contains 136 papers delivered at the 1989 and 1990 conferences. Titles include 'Why Did Napoleon Invade Russia, A Study in Motivation, Personality, & Social Structure.' by Harold Parker; 'Napoleon's Foreign Policy: A Criminal Enterprise' by Paul W. Schroeder (A personal favorite!!); 'Napoleon: Paragon of Leadership' by Raymond J. Maras; 'Marshal Oudinot and the Occupation of Holland' by Kyle Eidahl; 'Jomini and Berthier' by John R. Elting; 'Command and Control: Napoleon's Aides-de-Camp and Orderly Officers on Campaign' by Craig Reves; 'Prostitution: The Revolutionary Paradox of Public and Private Virtue' by Susan P. Conner, 'Reynier, Menou, and the Final Stages of the Egyptian Campaign' by Milton C. Finley, Jr. and many more. This is the rarest of all the Proceedings, extremely scarce and highly desirable!!
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