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  citizen soldier of the Revolution.jpg - “The French of Yesterday and Today.” This engraving contrast the military capability of France before and after the Revolution. The figure on the left represents the nobility, small and hesitant; in the center is the soldier of the Revolution, a citizen in arms, with a uniform, a saber and rifle with bayonet and revolutionary cap in hand, and a canon in the background. The citizen soldier was motivated by patriotism and devoted to defending liberty and the Revolution.  
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last moments of Louis XVI
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“The French of Yesterday and Today.” This engraving contrast the military capability of France before and after the Revolution. The figure on the left represents the nobility, small and hesitant; in the center is the soldier of the Revolution, a citizen in arms, with a uniform, a saber and rifle with bayonet and revolutionary cap in hand, and a canon in the background. The citizen soldier was motivated by patriotism and devoted to defending liberty and the Revolution. Download
Caption: “The French of Yesterday and Today.” This engraving contrast the military capability of France before and after the Revolution. The figure on the left represents the nobility, small and hesitant; in the center is the soldier of the Revolution, a citizen in arms, with a uniform, a saber and rifle with bayonet and revolutionary cap in hand, and a canon in the background. The citizen soldier was motivated by patriotism and devoted to defending liberty and the Revolution.
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