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The impact of the Great War on French regionalism 1900-1924

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Many Radical politicians believed that the regionalist programme, including regional assemblies, was a threat to the Third Republic. It implied a return to a traditional society, based on the provinces of the Ancien Régime and under the influence of the Catholic church. It might encourage separatism in areas with a different culture and language. This view set an interpretative framework for the historiography of French regionalism. Such a framework is open to question because it ignores ...

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Hertford College
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DPhil
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