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The French Revolution

by Nesta H. Webster

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Astrologers tell us that the history of the world moves in cycles; that from time to time the same forces arise producing eras that strangely resemble one another. While the roar of battle dies down, another sound is heard - the angry murmur that arose in 1789 and that, thought momentarily hushed, has never lost its force. Once more we are in the cycle of revolution. Contents: Prologue; Siege of the Bastille; March on Versailles; Invasion of the Tuileries; Massacres of September; Reign of Terror; Epilogue. Illustrated.

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