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Zut alors: Art in service of the state: d’honneur et d’honte

By 1642, when Cardinal Richelieu had died,he had confirmed the power of France on all her land and sea frontiers, and had turned the tide against Spain and her allies. Beyond the political and military achievements, an expansion in all … Continue reading

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