God and Country, the French clergy during World War One


This publication shows the involvement of French clergy during World War One. As the war was considered to be a fight against German barbary, French churches played a key role in mobilising the nation to fight throughout the course of the war.

Full title:
God and Country
January, 1916
Held by:
Bibliothèque Nationale de France
Usage terms:
Public Domain

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