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112 Gripes about the French

Do you find yourself hating or not understanding the French? Are you an American G.I. situated in France during 1945 after having just liberated it? Well then this is the pamphlet for you! Written and published in 1945 by the … Continue reading

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Alexandre Dumas

Alexandre Dumas was a french writer most known for his works Le Comte de Monte-Cristo (The Count of Monte Cristo) and Les Trois Mousquetaires (The Three Musketeers). He was born in Picardy in France on the 24th of July 1802. … Continue reading

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The French Revolution told Simply

The French revolution may seem daunting and complicated, but in reality, it is quite simple, you need only look at it in the right way. Let us start from the very beginning: Marie Antoinette was an Austrian princess, and she … Continue reading

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