France and the Apres Guerre, 1918-1924 : Illusions and Disillusionment, Martin, 1999, 1st/1st, vg-hc

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Item Condition: Used Like New.  France and the Apres Guerre 1918-1924: Illusions and Disillusionment by Benjamin F. Martin.  Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.A. 1999.  278p. 6.25×9.25×1.25.  Five b&w photographs.  First Edition, First Printing with Full Number Line.  Hardcover in Like New condition.  Red, white, blue and black dustwrapper bright, clean, straight with but a whisper of shelf wear.  Black cloth hardcover with silver title on spine bound tight, clean, unmarked, all interior pages pristine.

A solid political and economic history of the post-WWI period in France, gracefully written by an accomplished scholar. After WWI, wherein the French lost over one million men – more than all the other Allies combined – they hoped to return to the sweet days of the Belle Epoque.  Instead, they were confounded by postwar madness, revenge, suicide, bankruptcy and betrayal.

Preface, Acknowledgements, Introduction, Table of Contents, Bibliography, Index.

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FRANCE AND THE APRES GUERRE 1918-1924 Illusions and Disillusionment by Benjamin F. Martin. Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.A. 1999. -xi + 278pp. 6.25×9.25×1.25. Five b&w photographs. First Edition, First Printing with full number line. Hardcover in Like New condition. Red, white, blue and black dust wrapper bright, clean, straight with but a whisper of shelf wear. Black cloth hardcover with silver title on spine bound tight, clean, unmarked, all interior pages pristine. A solid political and economic history of the post-WWI period in France, gracefully written by an accomplished scholar. After WWI, wherein the French lost over one million men – more than all the other Allies combined – they hoped to return to the sweet days of the Belle Epoque. Instead, they were confounded by postwar madness, revenge, suicide, bankruptcy and betrayal. Preface, Acknowledgements, Introduction, Table of Contents, Bibliography, Index.