I can answer general questions about French History of the 17th and 18th centuries. About the people and the events. I like to share my knowledge. Note that it is FRENCH HISTORY FROM THE MODERN ERA (1400-1800). I AM NOT HERE TO DO YOUR HOMEWORK FOR YOU, I did mine and I have my degree, I don't need to do yours. So don't bother sending me your homework questions and such. If you are working on something and have a point you need to clarify, that works.
I am a historian. Master degree in history.
Master in history.
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