Norman Hampson, 21 March 1985
Show More Beyond the Terror: Essays in French Regional and Social History 1794-1815 edited by Gwynne Lewis and Colin Lucas.
Cambridge, 276 pp., £22.50, October 1983, 0 521 25114 1Show More
Chouannerie and Counter-Revolution: Puisaye, the Princes and the British Government in the 1790s by Maurice Hutt.
Cambridge, 630 pp., £60, December 1983, 0 521 22603 1Show More
Britain and Revolutionary France: Conflict, Subversion and Propaganda edited by Colin Jones.
Exeter, 96 pp., £1.75, June 1983, 0 85989 179 8Show More
“... with each other, we should know that they were all dead. The volume of essays, edited by Gwynne Lewis and Colin Lucas in honour of Richard Cobb, deals mostly with the later years of the Revolution, between the fall of Robespierre and the advent of Bonaparte. The period has always been rather an embarrassment to historians who are looking for ...”