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Pierre Curie (1923) is a biography by Marie Curie of her husband, partner in scientific experimentation and discovery, and co-winner of the 1903 Nobel Prize for physics.

Journey Among Warriors (1943) is Eve Curie's memoir of her experiences during World War II.

The Cambridge Illustrated History of France (1994) provides an overview of the history of France and French culture. Of particular interest is the discussion of France in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the period during which Marie Curie lived in Paris.

Marie Curie (1995), by Susan Quinn, is a new biography of Marie Curie, based on her previously unavailable journals.

A Devotion to Their Science: Pioneer Women of Radioactivity (1997), by Marelene F. Rayner-Canham, is a history of women chemists and physicists who made important advances in the study of radioactivity.

The History of Poland (2000) provides an overview of the history of Poland, Marie Curie's native country. Of particular...

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