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A National Holiday in France

A National Holiday in France To celebrate Bastille Day, here is an interesting site, complete with French translation, on the fateful activities of July 14, 1789. Fifteen constitutions later, France is a strong democracy, complete with an enigmatic prime minister. The site includes a summary on the
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A National Holiday in France


To celebrate Bastille Day, here is an interesting site, complete with French translation, on the fateful activities of July 14, 1789. Fifteen constitutions later, France is a strong democracy, complete with an enigmatic prime minister. The site includes a summary on the legacy of the Revolution and what it meant to France through the ages.

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