Gustave Hervé (1871–1944) at the Extremes of the French Third Republic
About the author(s)/editor(s)
Michael B. Loughlin has taught history and political science at Ohio Northern University for the past 27 years. At ONU Loughlin represented the university on the World Affairs Council of Greater Cincinnati until 2007 and since 1996 as coordinator for Phi Beta Delta, whose ONU chapter has won several regional and national awards in the past decade. During that time he has continued his research on Gustave Hervé and published several articles in The Journal of Contemporary History, European Review of History/ Revue Européenne D’Histoire, the Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, and Beregynia. 777. Owl: The Journal. Loughlin’s research has been constantly expanded since his Ph.D. dissertation “The Political Transformation of Gustave Hervé, 1871–1944,” completed at Indiana University in 1987 under the direction of William B. Cohen.
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