6 edition of Does France still count? found in the catalog.
|Statement||Steven Philip Kramer ; foreword by Samuel F. Wells, Jr.|
|Series||The Washington papers ;, 164|
|LC Classifications||DC423 .K73 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 113 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||113|
|ISBN 10||0275950603, 0275950611|
|LC Control Number||94022127|
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Does France still count?: the French role in the New Europe. [Steven Philip Kramer] -- This study analyses France's effort to redefine its role in the post-Cold War era and in an integrated Europe, and what that redefined role might mean to France, to Europe and to the United States.
Over time, by a combination of marriages, purchases and confiscations, the king of France managed to unite with the crown virtually all the ancient titles of duke, marquis and count. This process was pretty much complete by the 16th c., so that, with a handful of exceptions, titles of duke, marquis, count, or viscounts in existence after are created rather than feudal in origin.
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However, since the President of the Republic neither confers nor confirms French titles (specific foreign titles continued to be authorised for use in France by the office of the President as recently as ), but the French state still verifies them; civil courts can protect them; and criminal courts can prosecute their abuse.
About the Book Author Zoe Erotopoulos, PhD, has taught French at a number of institutions, including Columbia University and Reid Hall in Paris. Her experience ranges from elementary to advanced courses, including literature and theater.
The Château d'If is a fortress located on the island of If, the smallest island in the Frioul archipelago situated in the Mediterranean Sea about kilometres offshore in the Bay of Marseille in southeastern France. It is famous for being one of the settings of Alexandre Dumas' adventure novel The Count of.
Count of Savoy, later Duke (also partly in France and in Switzerland) Count of Asti; Count of Montferrat (Monferrato) Count of Montefeltro; Count of Tusculum; In Austria. The principalities tended to start out as margraviate or (promoted to) duchy, and became nominal archduchies within the Habsburg dynasty; noteworthy are: Count of Tyrol; Count of Cilli.
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