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The lineage - BD

If you found out that you have less than a year to live: what would you do with your life? This is the subject of this comic book where a cursed family sees each generation the eldest dying in his thirty-third year. The opportunity for the screenwriter to follow four generations throughout the 20th century: 1937, 1954, 1973 and 1994.
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The place of the doll in 18th century societies

In modern times, the toy is initially considered unnecessary, because it is overpriced, harmful, and distracts the child from serious study. Under the Age of Enlightenment, it becomes an interesting object to understand the child and make him happy. The doll being the toy most used by the little girl, allows to observe the social evolutions of the time.
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The Battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862

Wednesday September 17, 1862 begins in the relative tranquility of a misty night. For those who have already fought the night before, it is not easy, though. Truman Seymour's men, like their opponents, bivouacked where they were fighting when darkness surprised them, in the Eastern Woods.
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The best of us (Patrick Pesnot, Monsieur X)

Patrick Pesnot, radio host who hosted the Rendez-vous avec X broadcast on France Inter from 1997 to 2015, is passionate about both history and espionage. And it is the synthesis of his two passions that he offers us in The best of us. Through the fictional account of an internationalist communist militant who became a member of the Red Army intelligence service, the author plunges us into the heart of the Stalinist purges of the late 1930s with simplicity, skill and efficiency.
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Me, Ghisla, sister of Charlemagne (Laure-Marie Lapouge)

Charlemagne, a character who quickly became legendary, has given rise to an incredible literature over the centuries. Even today, through Laure-Marie Lapouge's first historical novel, Moi, Ghisla, Sister de Charlemagne, we can look back on the life of the "Emperor with the Flowered Beard" - although it does presumably never wore the bard - and the early part of her reign.
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Ammien Marcellin: the military historian.

After a fairly noticeable eclipse in the third century, the art of writing among the Romans found a new hour of glory when the Empire was reborn, from the reign of Diocletian (284-305). Indeed, late Antiquity conceals very great authors who carry high the Roman know-how in literary matters.
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