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Faring To France On A Shoe

Author : Valerie Poore
ISBN : 9781326971090
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A travelogue about a dream come true. After seven years of owning their barge, Hennie-Ha, seven years involving catastrophe and crisis, Val and her partner finally go 'faring' to France for the first time. This travelogue is about the places they visit and the people they meet along the canals on their route from the Netherlands, through Belgium and into northern France. It tells a gentle story about how they experience their life on board during the four weeks they spend cruising. Written as a journal, the reader joins them on their travels through rain and shine and reveals how day by day, Val learns to cast aside the stresses and demands of the real world and to appreciate life's simplest of pleasures to the full

The Boot And Shoe Trade Of France As It Affects The Interests Of The British Manufacturer In The Same Business With Instructions Towards The French System Of Blocking

Author : James Dacres DEVLIN
ISBN : BL:A0018944411
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Work Regulation And Identity In Provincial France

Author : D. Heimmermann
ISBN : 9781137438591
Genre : Business & Economics
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The 18th-century French leather industry was a strategically important manufacturing sector, one vital to both civilian and military life. This study examines the production of leather in the Bordeaux trades during the 18th and 19th centuries, illuminating the realities of a craft economy and its relation to the wider French political economy.

French Colonial Soldiers In German Captivity During World War Ii

Author : Raffael Scheck
ISBN : 9781107056817
Genre : History
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This book discusses the experience of French colonial prisoners of war captured by Nazi Germany during World War II. It illustrates that the colonial prisoners' contradictory experiences with French authorities, French civilians, and German guards led to clashes with a colonial administration eager to return to a discriminatory routine following the war.

The Nineteenth Century

Author : Dennis E. Showalter
ISBN : 031333269X
Genre : History
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Learn about soldiers' day-to-day lives in the new type of citizen soldier military, stretching from the bloody French Revolution in the late eighteenth century to the brutal conditions of the first "World War" in the early twentieth century.

How French Soldiers Fared In German Prisons

Author : E. Guers
ISBN : UCAL:$B181728
Genre : Chaplains, Military
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Letters Of An Architect From France Italy And Greece

Author : Joseph Woods
ISBN : BSB:BSB10366781
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The History Of The French Revolution

Author : Adolphe Thiers
ISBN : 9781108035293
Genre : History
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Published in the 1820s, and translated into English in 1838, Thiers' work remains a significant account of the French Revolution.

The History Of The French Revolution Tr With Notes By F Shoberl

Author : Marie Joseph L. Adolphe Thiers
ISBN : OXFORD:555012096
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Commerce Reports

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ISBN : MINN:30000010371791
Genre : Consular reports
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