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Did Palmerston contribute to Louis Philippe's downfall?
I am reading this book and have come across a slightly puzzling passage on p. 154: [Palmerston] kept on good terms with Louis Philippe of France until he felt, in 1846, that Louis was taking an ...
Oct 2 '13 at 12:26
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