Gallophobia


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Gallophobia

Francophobia.
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Likewise, her vision of the British Empire and defence of Englishness coincided with a moment of intense Gallophobia in the British Isles after the French Revolution.
Scott, purposely, due to the prevailing "British Gallophobia"--Louis XV of France, seated around a table, slicing "The Polish Plum Cake" with rather unusual cutlery: a dagger, battle-axe, saber and broadsword.
(32) In the 1870s Wagner was much disliked by the French because of his ridiculing of France's defeat by the Prussians, his Gallophobia having become known, it seems, mostly through Victor Tissot's Les Prussiens en Allemagne (1876).