Leo Gershoy

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Leo Gershoy was a history professor at New York University 1940-1975. In his name the American Historical Association awards an annual prize for the best new book on 17th- or 18th-century European history. An annual lecture at New York University is also named for him.

Works[edit]

Gershoy, Leo (1932). The French Revolution, 1789-1799. International Thomson Publishing. ISBN 978-0-03-082832-4. 

Gershoy, Leo (1933). The French Revolution and Napoleon. Appleton-Century. 

Gershoy, Leo (1963). From despotism to revolution, 1763-1789. Rise of modern Europe. Harper & Row. 

Gershoy, Leo (1979). The Era of the French Revolution, 1789-1799: Ten Years That Shook the World. Rise of modern Europe. Krieger Publishing Company. ISBN 978-0-89874-718-8.