Norman Hampson

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Norman Hampson (8 April 1922 in Manchester, England – 8 July 2011 in York) was the Professor of History at the University of York from 1974 to 1989. He was a leading authority on the history of the French Revolution - known for challenging the orthodoxies of the dominant "French school" of revolutionary studies - and wrote the definitive work on the social history of the Revolution. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Hampson, Norman.
Madrid : Alianza, D.L. 1970.
Collection: Díez del Corral
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by Hampson, Norman.
Madrid : Alianza Editorial, 1974.
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