Histoire du Parti radical

Histoire du Parti radical

La recherche de l'âge d'or, 1919-1926
A quest for the Golden Age — such was the desperate attempt to take France back to the Belle époque of the turn of the century, embellished by memory, after the nightmare of World War I and the postwar disappointments, under the leadership of the Radical Party. Why was the Radical Party the promoter of an enterprise which answered the more or less clearly articulated wishes of so many Frenchmen, even outside its ranks ? This analysis of the character and functions of the Radical Party in the early years of the 20th century, and of its héritage, is meant as an answer to that question. It describes its militants, its géographie distribution, its audience throughout France, its ideas and programmes. Led by the prestigious and towering Edouard Herriot, the Radicals proposed to their fellow Frenchmen, as an alternative to a disappointing society, the reconstruction of an exalted past.

Serge Berstein

L'année 1947
Serge Berstein, Pierre Milza
An indispensable history of 20th century France.

Histoire du Parti radical
Crise du radicalisme, 1926-1939
Serge Berstein


René Rémond, historien
René Réond, Historian
Jean-Noël Jeanneney, Jean-François Sirinelli
Specialising in the contemporary era, René Rémond (1918–2007) penned a number of works which contributed significantly to the revival of political and religious history in France. This collection brings together the accounts of historians who knew Rémond, who were influenced by his work with articles analysing specific elements of his oeuvre.

La France et les Français en 1938-1939
Janine Bourdin, René Rémond

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