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Title: The Vendée War and the Identity of the French Revolution
Authors: 林弘毅
Lin, Hong-Yi
Contributors: 歷史博七
Keywords:  French revolution ; Vendée War ; identity ; genocide.
法國大革命 ; 旺代戰爭 ; 認同 ; 大屠殺 
Date: 2009-12
Issue Date: 2018-08-23 15:36:44 (UTC+8)
Abstract: In French history, culture diversity differed from the imagined community of the modern nation-state. In the case of Vendée, local identity showed that there was no homogeneity between the provinces and Paris under the ancient régime.Even after the French Revolution, the French government tried to regenerate the French nation by misplacing the memories. However, Vendée tried hard to maintain their local identity and to transfer it into a resistant force.The dispute of genocide highlights these two long held approaches still occupying the two sides of the spectrum of French Revolution. Furthermore, the local identity continues to fight against the general tendency of centralization.
Relation: 政大史粹, No.17, pp.83-110
Data Type: article
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