France, 1914-69; The Three Republicsby Peter Neville
This title looks at the complex course of French political histroy during this period with special reference to the role of Charles de Gaulle. Although the main emphasis of the book is on domestic affairs, their is an examination of French foreign policy, particularly the way in which foreign affairs, such as decolonization and NATO, impinged upon French domestic politics.
This book forms part of the series designed to meet the needs of A level and Higher grade history students. Without assuming detailed prior knowledge, each volume provides an introduction to its subject along with an analysis of the main issues, themes and historical interpretations of the topic. Relevant documentary extracts are integrated with and support the text. Student guidance sections in each chapter provide a diagrammatic summary plus advice on note-taking and how to answer source-based and essay questions.
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