1000 Years of Annoying the FrenchDAISY - 2015
The English Channel may be only twenty miles wide, but it’s a thousand years deep. Guides us through all the times when Britain and France have been at war - or at least glowering at each other across what the Brits provocatively call the English Channel. Explodes a few myths that French historians have been trying to pass off as ‘la vérité’, proving that the French did not invent the baguette, the croissant, or even the guillotine. In short, the French are quite right to suspect that the last thousand years have been one long British campaign to infuriate them. And it’s not over yet.
Publisher: [Toronto] : Canadian National Institute for the Blind, .
Branch Call Number: 327.41044 CLARK
Characteristics: 1 sound disc (22 hr., 35 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Alternative Title: One thousand years of annoying the French