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Use this guide to find information about the French Revolution, Napoleon and Marie Antoinnette.
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The French Revolution by Jeffrey Lewis at History.com
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Daily Life During the French Revolution by
Call Number: 944.04 AND
Explores the daily lives of people of all social classes during the French Revolution, providing information on the economy, clothes and fashions, arts, entertainment, food, education, family life, health, medicine, religion, military, and other related topics.
The French Revolution - DVD by
Call Number: DVD 944.04 FRE
Presents an in-depth look at the French Revolution using dramatic re-enactments, period paintings, revealing accounts from journals, and expert commentary.
Call Number: B NAPOLEON I
A biography of Napoleon Bonaparte, tracing his life and quest for power from his birthplace on the island of Corsica to his exile and death on St. Helena.
Call Number: B JOSEPHINE
Chronicles the life of Josephine de Beauharnais, discussing her love for fine things, her relationship with Napoleon Bonaparte, the influence she had on his political involvements, and other related topics.
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