La Marseillaise - Rouget de l'Isle - La Marseillaise est le chant patriotique de…
Liberty cap, France, 1789-1795. Silk knit in blue, cream and red; worn during French Revolution.
French Revolution Rebel: It's 1789 and Paris has had it with this royal tyranny! You'll need a some worn trousers (you are a sans-culottes, after all), a peasant shirt, a red Phrygian cap with a tricolor cockade, a red scarf around your neck or waist and a sword or musket. Liberté, égalité, fraternité!
Battle of Jemappes (6 November 1792). One of the first major offensive battles of the war, it was a victory for the armies of the infant French Republic, and saw the French Armée du Nord, which included a large number of inexperienced volunteers, defeat a substantially smaller regular Austrian army.
Napoleon Bonaparte leading his troops over the bridge of Arcole, by Horace Vernet./Living the French Revolution and the Age of Napoleon by Suzanne M. Desan
In the French Revolution, the sans-culottes were radical left-wing partisans of the lower classes; typically urban laborers, which dominated France.
Cocarde tricolore pour chapeau, tissée en fils d’argent. En l’état. Période Révolutionnaire. Diam.: 7 cm. Vendu à l'Hôtel des ventes de Toulon
La Fayette by CyrilT.deviantart.com on @deviantART - The picture here was inspired by a 1791 portrait, so after he participated in the American Revolution and somewhat into the French one.
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Bonaparte at the "Place des Victories", Paris, 1792.