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Alfred Rambaud (1842–1905)

Rambaud, Alfred Nicolas. An eminent French historian; born at Besançon, department of Doubs, July 2, 1842; died at Paris, Nov. 10, 1905. Of his works the most important is the ‘History of French Civilization’ (3 vols., 1885), which is used as a textbook in nearly all universities. His other publications include: ‘French Domination in Germany, 1792–1804’ (1873); ‘Germany under Napoleon I.’ (1874); ‘The French and the Russians,’ etc. (1877); ‘History of Russia’ (1878); ‘History of Contemporary Civilization in France’ (1887); ‘Jules Ferry’ (1903). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).