Julian T. Jackson


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April 10, 1954

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One of the leading authorities on twentieth-century France, Julian Timothy Jackson is Professor of History at Queen Mary, University of London. He was educated at the University of Cambridge where he obtained his doctorate in 1982, having been supervised by Professor Christopher Andrew. After many years spent at the University of Wales, Swansea, he joined Queen Mary History Department in 2003. He is a Fellow of the British Academy and of the Royal Historical Society.

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The Fall of France: The Naz...

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France: The Dark Years, 194...

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A Certain Idea of France: T...

4.54 avg rating — 145 ratings — published 2018 — 6 editions
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de Gaulle

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La Grande Illusion

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Europe 1900-1945

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The Popular Front in France...

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Living in Arcadia: Homosexu...

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The Politics Of Depression ...

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May 68: Rethinking France's...

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“Vichy emerged not only from what divided the French but also what united them: pacifism, fear of population decline, loss of confidence in national identity, anti-Semitism, discontent with existing political institutions, ambivalence about modernity. The existence of this common”
Julian Jackson, France: The Dark Years, 1940-1944

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