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  1. History of France by Charlotte Mary Yonge, 2010-08-02
  2. The Cambridge Illustrated History of France by Colin Jones, 1999-08-01
  3. The Discovery of France: A Historical Geography by Graham Robb, 2008-10-17
  4. France: An Illustrated History (Illustrated Histories) by Lisa Neal, 2001-07-01
  5. France (Horrible Histories Special) by Terry Deary, 2002-06-21
  6. The History of France (The Greenwood Histories of the Modern Nations) by W. Scott Haine, 2008-10-30
  7. World's Best Histories - Volume 7; France by M. Guizot, 2010-03-07
  8. A Traveller's History Of France (Traveller's Histories Series) by Robert Cole, 2005-01-31
  9. A Concise History of France (Cambridge Concise Histories) by Roger Price, 2005-08-08
  10. The Course of French History by Pierre Goubert, 1991-11-20
  11. History of Modern France, A (3rd Edition) by Jeremy D. Popkin, 2005-03-05
  12. Access to History France in Revolution by Dylan Rees, Duncan Townson, 2008-09-01
  13. France in the Middle Ages 987-1460: From Hugh Capet to Joan of Arc (History of France) by Georges Duby, 1993-12-15
  14. History of France by Charlotte Mary Yonge, 2005-12-12

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Home Study Abroad France In the 4th century AD, Gaul's eastern frontier along the Rhine was overrun by Germanic tribes, principally the Franks, from whom the ancient name of "Francie" was derived. The modern name "France" derives from the name of the feudal domain of the Captain Kings of France around Paris. Existence as a separate entity began with the Treaty of Verdun (843), with the division of Charlemagne's Carolingian empire into East Francia, Middle Francia and Western Francia. Western Francia approximated the area occupied by modern France. The Carolingians ruled France until 987, when Hugh Capet, Duke of France and Count of Paris, was crowned King of France. His descendants, the Captain, Valois and Bourbon dynasties progressively unified the country through a series of wars and dynastic inheritance. The monarchy reached its height during the 17th century and the reign of Louis XIV. At this time France had a tremendous influence over European politics, economy and culture and possessed the largest population in Europe (see Demographics of France). The monarchy ruled France until 1789, when the French Revolution took place. King Louis XVI and wife, Marie Antoinette, were killed, along with thousands of other French citizens. Napoleon Bonaparte seized control of the Republic in 1799, making himself First Consul, and later Emperor of what is now known as the First French Empire (1804-1814). In the course of several wars, his armies conquered most of continental Europe, with members of the Bonaparte family being appointed as monarchs of newly established kingdoms.

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Humans have inhabited France for about 90,000 years. The Celtic Gauls arrived between 1500 and 500 BC; after several centuries of conflict with Rome, Gaul lost the territory to Julius Caesar in 52 BC, and by the 2nd century AD the region had been partly Christianised. In the 5th century the Franks (thus 'France') and other Germanic groups overran the country. The Middle Ages were marked by a succession of power struggles between warring Frankish dynasties. The Capetian Dynasty was a time of prosperity and scholarly revivalism despite continued battles with England over feudal rights. During this period, France was also embroiled in the Crusades, a holy war instigated by the Church against non-Christians. The Capetian Dynasty waned by the early 15th century as France continued to fight England in the Hundred Years' War (1337-1453), which featured 17-year-old firebrand Jeanne d'Arc. Religious and political persecution, culminating in the Wars of Religion (1562-98), continued to threaten France's stability during the 16th century. In 1572, some 3000 Protestant Huguenots were slaughtered in Paris. The Huguenots were later guaranteed religious, civil and political rights. By the early 17th century the country was held in thrall by Cardinal Richelieu, who moved to establish an absolute monarchy and increase French power in Europe.

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This timeline of French history was originally designed for a class at the University of North Carolina. It starts in Prehistory and end in 1968. Although it shows many outlinks, many of them are broken, the timeline itself is excellent.
Source: University of North Carolina, Greensboro The Cave At Lascaux This prehistoric cave is famous for its cave paintings. Source: Ministry of Culture and Communication Ch¢teau de Versailles This palace, is now an amazing museum of history. Source: Ch¢teau de Versailles French History : some milestones What does every 5th grade French student know that you don't, but should? Learn these and other excellent information on the country of France.

8. History Of France The Celtics Arrived Into France Around 1000 BC
History of France. The Celtics arrived into France around 1000 BC. Then, the Romans conquered the area between 58 and 51 BC. By 486 AD, Germanic tribes
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Monarchy was restored for a brief time succeeded by the Second Republic and then by the Second Empire from 1852-1870. Germans then defeated the Third Republic in 1871. France was a major battlefield during the world wars. It was here that D-Day occurred which was an important event in World War II and the turning point for Allied forces. In 1946, a new republic was declared.
The government today consists of an elected president who serves as the head of the state and executive head of government for a 7 year term. The president appoints a prime minister. The president has no veto power but can rule by an emergency decree in a crisis. The National Assembly has 577 members who are elected for a five year term. The Senate's 321 members are elected every 3 years.
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    The French Football Federation was established in 1918, and 12 years later the French national team made history by winning the first ever World Cup match, 4-1 against Mexico in Montevideo in 1930. After making first-round exits from the first two World Cups, France hosted the third edition in 1938 where they lost to eventual champions Italy in the second round. Scoring record
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