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By Denis Woronoff

Nouvelle histoire de los angeles France contemporaine:

1. los angeles Chute de l. a. monarchie (1787 – 1792), M. Vovelle
2. los angeles République jacobine (10 août 1792-9 Thermidor an II), M. Bouloiseau
3. l. a. République bourgeoise (de Thermidor à Brumaire, 1799-1815), D. Woronoff
4. L’Épisode napoléonien. facets intérieurs (1799-1815), L. Bergeron
5. l. a. France napoléonienne. elements extérieurs (1799-1815), R. Dufraisse et M. Kérautret
6 et 7. l. a. France des notables (1815-1848) 1. L’évolution générale, A. Jardin et A.-J. Tudesq 2. los angeles vie de l. a. kingdom, A. Jardin et A.-J. Tudesq
8. 1848 ou l’Apprentissage de l. a. République (1848-1852), M. Agulhon
9. De l. a. fête impériale au mur des fédérés (1852-1871), A. Plessis
10. Les Débuts de l. a. IIIe République (1871-1898), J.-M. Mayeur
11. l. a. République radicale ? (1898-1914), M. Rebérioux
12. Victoire et Frustrations (1914-1929), J.-J. Becker et S. Berstein
13. los angeles Crise des années 30 (1929-1938), D. Borne et H. Dubief
14. De Munich à los angeles Libération (1938-1944), J.-P. Azéma
15 et sixteen. l. a. France de los angeles IVe République (1944-19858) 1. L’ardeur et l. a. nécessité (1944-1952), J.-P Rioux 2. L’expansion et l’impuissance (1952-1958), J.-P Rioux
17 et 18. l. a. France de l’expansion (1958-1974) 1. l. a. République gaullienne (1958-1969), S. Berstein 2. L’apogée Pompidou (1969-1974), S. Berstein et J.-P Rioux
19. Crises et alternances (1974-2000), J.-J. Becker avec l. a. collaboration de P. Ory
20. los angeles France du XXe siècle. files d’histoire, présentés par O. Wieviorka et C. Prochasson

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