Patrice Gueniffey

Photo of Patrice GueniffeyPhoto | © Bruno KleinPatrice Gueniffey is Director of the Raymond Aron Center for Political Research at L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. One of France’s leading historians of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic ages, he is the author of Bonaparte, the monumental first volume of the definitive modern French biography of Napoleon.

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Cover: Bonaparte: 1769–1802Bonaparte: 1769–1802Gueniffey, Patrice
Rendall, Steven
HARDCOVER04/13/2015$39.95
Cover: Napoleon and de Gaulle: Heroes and HistoryNapoleon and de Gaulle: Heroes and HistoryGueniffey, Patrice
Rendall, Steven
HARDCOVER05/12/2020$36.00
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