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Link books in the bibliography with ISBN data Done
Make clear what article information comes from what source in the sources section Done
Create a references section for references only and leave the footnotes section for mere explanations (such as books' French original titles or vice-versa) Done
pronunciation in French in phonetic alphabet Done
To improve the article, the lead should summarize the article per MOS:LEAD. The footnotes are currently explanations and two citations and it is not clear from the sources section what article information comes from what source. The style is sometimes vague and could be more plain ("For a very short time" is unclear, "until the War bursted" - better to explicitly state what war is meant and "bursted" sounds unencyclopedic, could be simply "began"). To the author/authors: I often write articles using other articles on similar topics that I like (or are featured) as templates to save work, perhaps this could work here. Feel free to request a new assessment when you feel the article has improved. Best regards Hekerui (talk) 20:50, 23 October 2011 (UTC)
Thank you very much for the assessment and comment. That's most helpful. --Pierre et Condat (talk) 00:53, 24 October 2011 (UTC)