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French Third Republic


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Third Republic, French

The Fabric of Gender: Working Class Culture in Third Republic France

Composing the Citizen: Music as Public Utility in Third Republic France

Sex, Honor and Citizenship in Early Third Republic France

A Fiscal Revolution: Statecraft in France’s Early Third Republic

The Right in France from the Third Republic to Vichy

Regeneration through Empire: French Pronatalists and Colonial Settlement in the Third Republic. By Margaret Cook Andersen.

The Force of Beauty: Transforming French Ideas of Femininity in the Third Republic. By Holly Grout.

The Fabric of Gender: Working-Class Culture in Third Republic France

Networks and refugees: Salomon Grumbach’s activism in late Third Republic France

The Force of Beauty: Transforming French Ideas of Femininity in the Third Republic

To Be a Citizen: The Political Culture of the Early French Third Republic

Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza and the Making of the French Third Republic

The Right in France: From the Third Republic to Vichy, by Kevin Passmore

Holly Grout. The Force of Beauty: Transforming French Ideas of Femininity in the Third Republic.

Education, Mutualism, and Medical Consumers in Third Republic France, 1882–1914

Margaret Cook Andersen. Regeneration through Empire: French Pronatalists and Colonial Settlement in the Third Republic.

A History of the French Senate, vol. 1: The Third Republic, 1870–1940 and vol. 2: The Fourth and Fifth Republics, 1946–2004

The French Colonial Imagination: Writing the Indian Uprisings, 1857–1858, from Second Empire to Third Republic

 

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The parliamentary regime that emerged almost by chance in 1871 after the defeat of France by the Prussians. Its chronic instability reflected the country's deep social and political divisions, its fragmented party system, and the parochialism of its politicians. Lacking legitimacy and unable to handle the domestic and external crises of the 1930s, it collapsed in 1940 under the impact of the German invasion.

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