Napoleon III's Transformation of Paris: The Origins and Development of the Idea

@article{Pinkney1955NapoleonIT,
  title={Napoleon III's Transformation of Paris: The Origins and Development of the Idea},
  author={D. Pinkney},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1955},
  volume={27},
  pages={125 - 134}
}
  • D. Pinkney
  • Published 1955
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Modern History
  • LOUIS NAPOLEON fancied himself something of an architect. An English visitor calling at the Bibliotheque nationale in the early 1850's for a copy of Hittorf's L'carchitecture polychrome chez les Grecs was told that it had been sent to the Elysee Palace for the president of the republic, who only a few days earlier had asked for it, together with several other books on architecture.2 While in exile in Britain he had laid out a portion of the grounds of Brodick Castle, an estate of his friend… CONTINUE READING
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