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Counter-Revolution & Revolt 1792-1795
  Vendee revolt.jpg - The People of the Vendée Revolt: "the Vendée has just delivered 200,000 boys by their father, Charette, who is preparing to have them baptised in Paris." After the execution of the king, a royalists/counter-revolutionary movement broke out in the west of France, centered on the Department of the Vendee but including the region of Brittany as well. This pro counter-revolutionary engraving applauds the victories of its troops and thier intention to march on Paris. François Charette, adjacent to the woman representing the Vendee, was a naval officer who took part in the counter-revolutionary seige of the Brittany city of Nantes at the head of a peasant army. Symbols of the royalist cause include the fleurs de lys, the Catholic cross in the sky, and the protecting rays of the Holy Spirit on the royalist cause.  
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The People of the Vendée Revolt: "the Vendée has just delivered 200,000 boys by their father, Charette, who is preparing to have them baptised in Paris." After the execution of the king, a royalists/counter-revolutionary movement broke out in the west of France, centered on the Department of the Vendee but including the region of Brittany as well. This pro counter-revolutionary engraving applauds the victories of its troops and thier intention to march on Paris. François Charette, adjacent to the woman representing the Vendee, was a naval officer who took part in the counter-revolutionary seige of the Brittany city of Nantes at the head of a peasant army. Symbols of the royalist cause include the fleurs de lys, the Catholic cross in the sky, and the protecting rays of the Holy Spirit on the royalist cause. Download
Caption: The People of the Vendée Revolt: "the Vendée has just delivered 200,000 boys by their father, Charette, who is preparing to have them baptised in Paris." After the execution of the king, a royalists/counter-revolutionary movement broke out in the west of France, centered on the Department of the Vendee but including the region of Brittany as well. This pro counter-revolutionary engraving applauds the victories of its troops and thier intention to march on Paris. François Charette, adjacent to the woman representing the Vendee, was a naval officer who took part in the counter-revolutionary seige of the Brittany city of Nantes at the head of a peasant army. Symbols of the royalist cause include the fleurs de lys, the Catholic cross in the sky, and the protecting rays of the Holy Spirit on the royalist cause.
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