The Flight to France

The Flight to France (French: Le Chemin de France, 1887) is an adventure novel written by Jules Verne about a fictional French Army Captain Natalis Delpierre, with a setting in the year 1792 just before the French Revolutionary Wars.[1] Several English language editions were published with the subtitle, The Flight to France; or, The Memoirs of a Dragoon. A Tale of the Day of Dumouriez.

The Flight to France
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AuthorJules Verne
Original titleLe Chemin de France
IllustratorGeorges Roux
SeriesThe Extraordinary Voyages #31
GenreAdventure novel
PublisherPierre-Jules Hetzel
Publication date
Published in English
Media typePrint (Hardback)
Preceded byNorth Against South 
Followed byTwo Years' Vacation 


Publication historyEdit

  • 1888, UK, London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 231 pp., First UK edition
  • 1889, USA, New York: New York, G. Munro, 158 pp., First United States edition


  1. ^, -. "The Flight to France (Voyages Extraordinaires, book 31) by Jules Verne". Retrieved 2017-04-24.

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