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Megalomaniac and Loser

Norman Hampson, 21 March 1985

Beyond the Terror: Essays in French Regional and Social History 1794-1815 
edited by Gwynne Lewis and Colin Lucas.
Cambridge, 276 pp., £22.50, October 1983, 0 521 25114 1
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Chouannerie and Counter-Revolution: Puisaye, the Princes and the British Government in the 1790s 
by Maurice Hutt.
Cambridge, 630 pp., £60, December 1983, 0 521 22603 1
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Britain and Revolutionary France: Conflict, Subversion and Propaganda 
edited by Colin Jones.
Exeter, 96 pp., £1.75, June 1983, 0 85989 179 8
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... defence. Preliminary knowledge of this kind is a useful introduction if one is to make the most of Maurice Hutt’s immensely detailed study of Puisaye’s role in the Breton counter-revolution. His subtitle, ‘Puisaye, the Princes and the British Government in the 1790s’, gives a more accurate indication of the contents of his book than the title ...

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