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This volume underlines, for the first time, the achievements rather than the failures, of the Émigrés. Different specialist essays describe their impact from London to Hungary, from Lisbon to Prussia, and confirm their critical importance in the politics, ideology, and culture of their time. The French Émigrés were more than refugees, they were active, and often remarkably successful, agents on the European struggle against the French Revolution.
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Kirsty Carpenter is Lecturer in European History in the School of History, Philosophy, and Politics at Massey University.
Philip Mansel is an historian of courts and royal dynasties and editor of The Court Historian.
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