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CULT OF SUPREME BEING.
The cult proclaimed state religion by Maximilien Robespierre in 1794 during the French Revolution. Satirical watercolor by an unidentified French artist, 1796.
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BATTLE OF FAMARS, 1793.
The Battle of Famars, near Valenciennes, France, between an Allied army of Austrian, Hanoverian and British troops against the French Republic on 23 May 1793, during the War of the First Coalition. Engraving, English, 1793.
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0117882
FRENCH REPUBLIC, 1798.
Celebrating the 7th anniversary of the French Republic in French-occupied Rome, Italy. Contemporary Italian pen and ink drawing.
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0028548
WORLD WAR I: FRENCH PARADE.
World War I victory parade at the Arc de Triomphe, France from Le Petit Journal, 14 July 1919.
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0169178
FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY WARS.
Soldiers of the French Republic in Mannheim, 1795.
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0169173
LIBERTY TREE OF MAINZ.
Founding of the Republic of Mainz (after the French model), after the city had been conquered by General Custine in the French Revolutionary War, October 21, 1792. Contemporary colored engraving.
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FRANCE: REVOLUTION, 1848.
Storming the Tuilleries in Paris on 23 February 1848. Contemporary German lithograph from *The Strange Year 1848*.
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0016278
PARIS COMMUNE, 1871.
Lithograph by Paul Hadol of Marianne drawing back a curtain to reveal who has controlled France for the previous twenty years. Title-page of the series 'La Menagerie imperiale,' 1870.
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0045926
FRANCE: SUFFRAGETTES, 1908.
French suffragettes protesting at the polls. Illustration from a French newspaper of 1908.
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PARIS: MILITARY PARADE
On the Champs-Élysées, 14 July 1967.
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0130939
FRANCE: ELECTION, 1946.
A French woman voting on a referendum that will result in the rejection of the Constitution for the Fourth French Republic, 5 May 1946.
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0131235
REPUBLICAN CALENDAR, 1793.
The French Republican Calendar, proposed during the French Revolution, 1793.
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0265035
PARIS: EMPEROR'S FETE, 1868.
Display of fireworks from the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, during the annual emperor's fete, 1868. Contemporary British engraving.
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FRENCH WORLD WAR I POSTER.
"Lorraine and Alsace Are Ours!": French World War I poster by the Alsatian artist 'Hansi' showing a vision of Strasbourg Cathedral flying the French flag.
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FRENCH REPUBLIC, 1870.
The establishment of the French Republic, 4 September 1870, during the Franco-Prussian War. Wood engraving, French, 19th century.
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FRANCE: REVOLUTION OF 1848.
'Alexander Dumas borne in triumph by the people.' Wood engraving from a contemporary English newspaper.
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ANTI-FRENCH CARTOON, 1798.
'Destruction of the French Collossus.' The French Republic, caricatured as a bloodstained monster with the head of the guillotined King Louis XVI around its neck, is struck by lightning bolts wielded by Great Britain as it attempts to straddle the Mediterranean. Cartoon by James Gillray, 1798.
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0072114
TIMBUKTU, 1894.
French forces seize the Saharan city of Timbuktu from the Tuaregs, January 1894. Wood engraving from a contemporary French newspaper.
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DUFY: FLAGS, 1906.
Street Dressed with Flags. Oil on canvas by Raoul Dufy, 1906.
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FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1830.
Parisians rebelling on July 1830. Contemporary French canvas.
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MILITARY BALLOON.
The first attempt at military aeronautics, by French forces at the time of the French Revolution, 1790s. Wood engraving, American, 1869.
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RALPH ABERCROMBY
(1734-1801). Scottish soldier and politician. The death of Abercromby during a battle in Alexandria, Egypt, 21 March 1801, against the French Campaign in Egypt and Syria. Engraving, English, 19th century.
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0115527
NATO LEADERS, 1966.
'Beatles may not appear as a group again.' English cartoon, 1966, commenting on France's decision to withdraw from NATO's integrated command structure. Left to right: French President Charles de Gaulle, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson, West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard, and U.S. President Lyndon Johnson as the 'NATO Four.'
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0009835
WORLD WAR I: FRENCH POSTER.
'For the Flag! For Victory!' A French National Loan poster during World War I.
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HISTORY.
Militaria, France, 18th-19th century. Military uniforms of the French Republic, 1799-1815. Color plate by Quinto Cenni. Full Credit: DEA / A. DE GREGORIO / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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FINE ART.
Fan with the allegory of the Republic. France, 18th Century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0016279
PARIS COMMUNE, 1871.
'I will be free! It's my right and I defend myself.' Lithograph by W. Alexis, French, 1871.
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BLANCHARD: ITALY, 1812.
Madame Jean Pierre Blanchard rising in a balloon above Turin, Italy, in 1812: contemporary French colored engraving.
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0033539
FRANCE: 14 JULY 1945.
Front page of the French newspaper 'Ce Soir,' 14 July 1945, commemorating the liberation of Paris the previous year.
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PARIS: WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.
Women's suffrage demonstration at Paris, May 1917. Watercolor by Felix Bard.
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0066880
LOUIS PASTEUR (1822-1895).
French chemist and microbiologist. Pasteur's funeral in Paris, 5 October 1895. Photogravure, 1897, after a painting by Jean Baptiste Édouard Detaille.
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0103776
FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1795.
In the hall of the National Convention, Boissy d'Anglas salutes the head of the deputy, Jean Feraud, presented on a pike by riotous Jacobins, during the events of the 1 Prairial 1795. Oil on canvas, 1831, by Vinchon.
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0056458
DAUMIER: REPUBLIC, 1848.
Honore Daumier: The Republic. Oil on canvas, 1848.
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0041328
MONET: HOTEL/TROUVILLE.
Claude Monet: L'Hotel des Roches-Noires-Trouville. Canvas, 1870.
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0072113
BRAZZA IN AFRICA, 1880.
Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza gaining concessions for France in negotiations with a king of the Congo region of Africa, October 1880: wood engraving, late 19th century.
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0115518
DE GAULLE AND STALIN, 1947.
'Across the Moon.' The shadow of General Charles de Gaulle passes in front of the moon, which bears the face of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin. English cartoon by Leslie Illingworth, 1947, commenting on the founding of de Gaulle's Rassemblement du Peuple Français (RPF) to counter the influence of the French Communist Party. RESTR
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0073850
PARIS: REVOLUTION OF 1830.
Following their successful overthrow of King Charles X, revolutionaries in Paris, France, dismantle a barricade to make way for the Duke of Orléans, Louis Philippe (on horseback), who has accepted the throne of France on terms agreeable to them, 30 July 1830. Steel engraving, French, c1850, after a painting by Horace Vernet.
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FRANCE: REVOLUTION, 1848.
France leading humanity to the universal, democratic, social republic. Lithograph, French, 1848.
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GEORGES BOULANGER
(1837-1891). Georges Ernest Jean Marie Boulanger. French general. Election advertisement from a Paris newspaper published the day before Boulanger's election as a deputy for the Seine division of Paris by a huge majority in 1889.
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DE LISLE: LA MARSEILLAISE.
Profile bust of Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle and a few lines of the song, 'La Marseillaise,' the national anthem of France. Engraving, American, late 19th century.
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