Channel Islands and Cotentin Peninsula, an Extraordinary Archipelago

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The Mont Saint-Michel, Tombelaine, Chausey, the Minquiers, Jersey, the Ecre'hous, Sark, Guernsey, Alderney, Pele'e Island, Tatihou, Saint-Marcouf... some of these islands are French, whereas others belong to the British Crown. Why and for how long? Are they all inhabited? What language is spoken there? How are they governed? What do they live on? For how many centuries have they been physically separated from the Cotentin peninsula? The answers to all of these questions and many more are provided by Edmond Thin, renowned ...

Channel Islands and Cotentin Peninsula, an Extraordinary Archipelago 2008, Orep

ISBN-13: 9782915762662

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