National Assembly (1871)

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Numismatic reference of the first decisions of the French National Assembly at Bordeaux in February and March 1871, obverse.
Numismatic reference of the first decisions of the French National Assembly at Bordeaux in February and March 1871, reverse.

The National Assembly was a French legislative body elected on 8 February 1871 in the wake of the armistice signed on 26 January 1871 at the end of the Franco-Prussian War. The governments which issued from it governed France from 19 February 1871 to 31 December 1875.

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  • Bernard Noël, Dictionnaire de la Commune, Flammarion, collection Champs, 1978
  • Jean-Pierre Azéma et Michel Winock, Naissance et mort. La Troisième République, Collection Pluriel, 1978
  • Antoine Olivesi et André Nouschi, La France de 1848 à 1914, Nathan Université, collection fac Histoire, 1997.