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Military marauders in nineteenth-century French popular culture

Abstract:

Marauding first emerged as a suitable topic for the popular imagery manufacturers located in France's eastern garrison cities in the wake of the Allied invasions of 1814-15. During the nineteenth century, however, domestic marauders replaced foreign soldiers as a central theme in military imagery. While foreign soldiers were condemned for such actions, French soldiers were lauded for their marauding talent. Marauding was depicted as part of a martial re-education programme, in which rural rec...

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Publisher copy:
10.1191/0968344502wh254oa

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Hopkin, DM More by this author
Journal:
WAR IN HISTORY
Volume:
9
Issue:
3
Pages:
251-278
Publication date:
2002-07-05
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EISSN:
1477-0385
ISSN:
0968-3445
URN:
uuid:393405f7-5868-47a9-a212-9f6288258e0d
Source identifiers:
143000
Local pid:
pubs:143000
Language:
English

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