(1716—1779) landowner and politician
French, Robert “Bob”
Review: Collins Robert Concise French Dictionary
Collins Robert Concise French Dictionary
French, Robert (1716-1779), landowner and politician
The French Renaissance Court. By Robert J. Knecht
FRENCH, Robert Shenton (born 1947), Chief Justice of Australia, since 2008
Robert Weston, Medical Consulting by Letter in France, 1665–1789
Shackleton, Robert (1919-1986), French scholar and librarian
Baldick, Robert André Édouard (1927-1972), French scholar and translator
The Elizabethan Lyric as Contrafactum: Robert Sidney's ‘French Tune’ Identified
Francis I and Sixteenth-Century France. By Robert J. Knecht.
SCHUMAN, Robert (1886 - 1963), French Statesman; Deputy of Moselle since 1919; barrister
JOSPIN, Lionel Robert (born 1937), Prime Minister of France, 1997–2002
ARON, Robert (1898 - 1975), Chevalier, Légion d’Honneur; French author; Member, Académie Française, since 1974
M’CORMICK, Robert (died 1919), Ambassador of the United States to France, 1905–07
Déodat de Séverac: Musical Identity in Fin de Siècle France. By Robert F. Waters.
CHATTERTON DICKSON, Robert Maurice French (born 1962), HM Diplomatic Service; Deputy Ambassador to Kabul, since 2013
Robert J. Knecht. Hero or Tyrant? Henry III, King of France, 1574–89.
Mary Louise Roberts. What Soldiers Do: Sex and the American GI in World War II France.
Robert Fox. The Savant and the State: Science and Cultural Politics in Nineteenth-Century France.
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