Books by Patrick Camiller

Released: May 24, 2002

"Of much interest to students of urban planning and modern European history."
A plodding but useful life of a man well known to French readers as the architect behind the great plazas, parks, and avenues of Paris. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 2001

"An important document that evokes the heat in a little-known theater of the Cold War."
A firsthand account of an ill-fated Marxist revolution in the Congo, with an introduction by historian Richard Gott and an afterword by Aleida Guevara March, daughter of Guevara. Read full book review >