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Alexandre Henri Wallon (1812–1904)

Wallon, Alexandre Henri (vä-lô‘). A French historical writer; born at Valenciennes, Dec. 23, 1812; died in 1904. He wrote ‘The Life of Jesus and its New Historian’ (1864); ‘Memoirs on the Years of Jesus Christ’; and other works designed to counteract the effects of Renan’s writings. He is author also of ‘Political Geography of Modern Times’ (1839); ‘Slavery in Ancient Times’ (3 vols., 1847); ‘Joan of Arc’ (2 vols., 1860); ‘Richard II.’ (2 vols., 1864); ‘The Reign of Terror’ (2 vols., 1873); ‘St. Louis and His Times’ (2 vols., 1875); ‘History of the Paris Revolutionary Tribunal, with the Journal of the Actors’ (6 vols., 1880–82); ‘The Revolution of May 30th.’