Albert Vandal

Albert Count Vandal (7 July 1853, Paris 30 August 1910, Paris) was a French historian, born in Paris. He wrote:

  • En karriole à travers la Suède et la Norvège (1876)
  • Louis XV et Elizabeth de Russie (1882)
  • Ambassade française en Orient sous Louis XV (1887)
  • Napoléon et Alexandre Ier (three volumes, 1894-97), awarded the Vaubert prize
  • Les voyages du Marquis de Nointel (1900)
  • L'avènement de Bonaparte (1902)

Vandal was elected to the Académie française in 1897, and he succeeded his teacher and friend, Albert Sorel as professor at the school of political science.

  • (in French) Short biography
  • Works by Albert Vandal at Project Gutenberg
  • Works by or about Albert Vandal at Internet Archive
  •  Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). "Albert Vandal" . Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company.
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