A Comparative History
Edited By Muriel Le Roux and Sébastien Richez
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What was the situation in other European countries? Are there similarities and differences in how their networks were set up and organized? Finally, how did European Post Offices cooperate with each other in spite of their differences?
Warm thanks are due to:
Jean-Paul Bailly, former Chairman of La Poste Group for his constant benevolence towards historical research;
Dominique Blanchecotte, Director for Culture and Heritage for her material support for our researchers;
Jean-Paul Forceville, Director of the European and national regulation of La Poste Group for his help in the publication of the first edition of this book;
Christophe Charle, former Director of the Institut d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine (IHMC/CNRS/ENS/Paris 1), for his support for this research programme;
Josiane Foynat, assistant-manager of the Comité pour l’Histoire de La Poste (CHP), for her invaluable collaboration.
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