Eugen Weber

Eugen Weber was Joan Palevsky Professor of Modern European History, Emeritus, at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Cover: Apocalypses: Prophecies, Cults, and Millennial Beliefs through the AgesApocalypses: Prophecies, Cults, and Millennial Beliefs through the AgesWeber, EugenPAPERBACK11/01/2000$18.50
Cover: France, Fin de SiècleFrance, Fin de SiècleWeber, EugenPAPERBACK03/15/1988$34.00
Cover: My France: Politics, Culture, MythMy France: Politics, Culture, MythWeber, EugenPAPERBACK02/01/1992$48.00
Cover: A Small City in FranceA Small City in FranceGaspard, Françoise
Goldhammer, Arthur
PAPERBACK03/10/1995$24.50
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