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The French Revolution: The Bastille

"The setting is Paris, the date July 14, 1789.  By dramatically re-creating the reality of that day  and that year --including mass hunger, crushing taxed, and resentment against France's rulers-- this program shows what leads the common people of Paris to a desperate act of violence: the storming of the Bastille."

History 30: The French Revolution

This guide is designed to help you find resources for your Revolutionary Artifacts Analysis Paper and your final project. It will guide you through the process of finding books, scholarly articles, and primary sources related to  the French Revolution.

*Jean Duplessis-Bertaux, Run on the Tuileries on 10. Aug. 1792 during the French Revolution, (Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons)

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