The concise description of the history of Montbrun is largely based on notary archives, some (few) documents that survived the French Revolution of 1789 when the people destroyed and burned all that was related to the nobility and the clergy (who, at the time, were the only ones who could read) and some chronicles that were found on the other side of the channel (England).

As far as there were gaps, or where some historians disagree and, sometimes, for political reasons alternated with dramatic considerations, have let their imagination run wild, the writers of this epic have supplemented the facts that everyone consented to, with the most logical assumptions to approximate the most probable truth of these events from so many centuries ago.

Veritate dubitandi venimus !

Marcus Tullius Cicero

It was - it is - it will be