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Parisian Section crossing to Tuilleries 1792
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seige of Tuilleries
August 10 1792
  departure of a volunteer 1792.jpg - The Departure of the Volunteer by Watteau de L'Isle, c. 1792. A sentimental depiction of the patriotic sacrifice needed to save the Revolution from foreign invasion. Compare this painting with the Departure of Volunteers done during the Empire when the theme of patriotic sacrifice was again taken up under Napoleon in his efforts to build an ever larger army.  
departure of volunteers 1792
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fall of the royal brigands
The English government as devil
citizen soldier of the Revolution

The Departure of the Volunteer by Watteau de L'Isle, c. 1792. A sentimental depiction of the patriotic sacrifice needed to save the Revolution from foreign invasion. Compare this painting with the Departure of Volunteers done during the Empire when the theme of patriotic sacrifice was again taken up under Napoleon in his efforts to build an ever larger army. Download
Caption: The Departure of the Volunteer by Watteau de L'Isle, c. 1792. A sentimental depiction of the patriotic sacrifice needed to save the Revolution from foreign invasion. Compare this painting with the Departure of Volunteers done during the Empire when the theme of patriotic sacrifice was again taken up under Napoleon in his efforts to build an ever larger army.
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