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1798 During the French Revolution, women took to wearing red ribbons around their necks to pay homage to those who met their death at the guillot...

1798 During the French Revolution, women took to wearing red ribbons around their necks to pay homage to those who met their death at the guillot...

Napoléon (1769 - 1821) - la 1ère photo date de 1826 !!! parJoseph Nicéphore Niépce - Cet enfant est déguisé !!!

Napoléon (1769 - 1821) - la 1ère photo date de 1826 !!! parJoseph Nicéphore Niépce - Cet enfant est déguisé !!!

The Politically Incorrect Truth About the French Revolution Part II

The Politically Incorrect Truth About the French Revolution Part II

Carmagnole, 1790-1800. French. A carmagnole is a short woolen jacket worn by the working class. This jacket is not in very good shape because it was worn by working people that wore it out more than the wealthy royal would. On the collar is a trip-colored cockade, which is a circular red, white and blue ribbon, which symbolized fighting for the revolution.  The City of Paris Fashion Museum

Carmagnole, 1790-1800. French. A carmagnole is a short woolen jacket worn by the working class. This jacket is not in very good shape because it was worn by working people that wore it out more than the wealthy royal would. On the collar is a trip-colored cockade, which is a circular red, white and blue ribbon, which symbolized fighting for the revolution. The City of Paris Fashion Museum

The French Revolution was replaced by The French Republic during a period of horrific political violence known as the Reign of Terror. Thousands of nobles and priests were slaughtered or sent to the guillotine. Much of this was under the orders of the ironically titled Committee of Public Safety.

The French Revolution was replaced by The French Republic during a period of horrific political violence known as the Reign of Terror. Thousands of nobles and priests were slaughtered or sent to the guillotine. Much of this was under the orders of the ironically titled Committee of Public Safety.

Bonnet Rouge (Phrygian Cap): A symbol of freedom since Roman times, a phrygian cap was given to a newly freed slave by his or her master to depict newfound freedom.

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Bonnet Rouge (Phrygian Cap): A symbol of freedom since Roman times, a phrygian cap was given to a newly freed slave by his or her master to depict newfound freedom.

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