Free eBook Louis XVIII download
by Philip Mansel
Author: Philip Mansel
Publisher: John Murray; First Edition edition (2005)
Category: Biography and Memoir
Subcategory: Leaders and Notable People
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Philip Mansel (born 1951) is a historian of courts and cities, and the author of a number of books about the history of France and the Ottoman Empire
Philip Mansel (born 1951) is a historian of courts and cities, and the author of a number of books about the history of France and the Ottoman Empire. He was born in London in 1951 and educated at Eton College, Balliol College, Oxford, and obtained a doctorate at University College London in 1978.
The brilliance of Philip Mansel shines in Louis XVIII I deliberately took my time reading this book, I wanted to savor all the information Mr. Mansel presented so well!
The brilliance of Philip Mansel shines in Louis XVIII. For some reason history regards his reign as just a footnote, in reality Louis XVIII shines as a much more intelligent and reasonable monarch for his time.
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Louis XVIII was the most European of the kings of France .
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Louis XVIII est un roi mal connu et jamais jugé à sa juste valeur. Philip Mansel en propose un portrait original et documenté à partir de nombreuses sources inédites.
La biographie de référence du dernier roi de France mort sur le trône . Louis XVIII est un roi mal connu et jamais jugé à sa juste valeur. Il montre ainsi le rôle politique du frère de Louis XVI durant les années 1787-1789 où il se fait à la fois l'avocat des " idées nouvelles " et le soutien d'une monarchie forte. Philip Mansel is a historian of courts and dynasties. A grandson of Louis XV, born in Versailles in 1755, he escaped from Paris in 1791, disguised as an Englishman. He spent the following twenty - four years as an exile, in Germany, Italy, Russia, Poland, and finally, for seven years, in England. In 1814 he was restored to the throne. His books include a study of the Court of France, a history of Constantinople, Paris between Empires, and a life of the Prince de Ligne. He has written for numerous publications, including the Financial Times, the International Herald Tribune, the TLS and the Spectator.
Louis XVIII, is often considered a nonentity whose weaknesses, apathy, greed, insensitivity, were flagrant, and whose virtues, prudence, imperturbability, moderation, were unspectacular. Mansel sets out to prove he deserves better. The author considers the King's exile and move from Germany to Italy, from Italy to Russia and finally England, as well as examining Louis XVIII's ten year reign on the throne of France.