Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 11th. Company A
Letter from J.T. Alford to Bridges describing his own wound and the mortal casualty of their friend Dick; mentions Grant's relentless determination to take Richmond and his (Alford's) belief in the Confederacy's success.
Glass manufacture -- France -- History;Cost accounting -- France -- History;Bookkeeping -- France -- History;Manufacture Royale des Glaces
Compagnie de Saint-Gobain
In 1820, the Manufacture Royale des Glaces, founded in 1665 and also named Compagnie de Saint-Gobain, opted for double entry bookkeeping and cost accounting. At that time, both economic (industrial revolution) and juridical (abolition of the...
Corporations -- France -- Accounting;Accounting -- Law and legislation -- France
The first official French Accounting Plan, adopted in 1947, had a marked influence in several countries. Its impact can still be felt today and many of its features have been retained in the 1982 French Accounting Plan. The article highlights the...