Some articles on de, la:
... Mademoiselle de Méthamis (Calmann-Lévy, 1945) Monsieur de Gerland (Jean Vigneau, 1947) Les Ténèbres extérieures (Editions La Colombe, 1951) Le Maréchal ... Tome I L’indépendance américaine (Fayard, 1958) Le Testament de la Monarchie ... Tome II L’Agonie de la Royauté (Fayard, 1959) Les Rencontres de Stanley (Éditions France-Empire, 1960) Mirabeau ou l’échec du Destin (Fayard, 1960) Le Règne de Louis ...
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