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ix FIGURES 1. Barricade before the Eglise Saint-Merri 7 2. General Lamoricière parleying with insurgents, Paris, June 1848 11 3. Barricade in the rue Saint-Martin 13 4. Paris during the Commune 15 5. Sample “barricade” of 1871 16 6. A panoramic view of Paris in the sixteenth century 27 7. Charles II de Cossé, comte de Brissac, presiding over barricade building in 1588 32 8. Building a Holy League barricade in 1588 35 9. The people demand royal councilor Pierre Broussel’s freedom during the Fronde 59 10. Chains and barricades during the Fronde 61 11. Premier Président Mathieu Molé confronted by insurgents 64 12. Barricade at the porte Saint-Antoine, Paris, August 27, 1648 66 13. The reception of the Dutch troops in the rue de Flandre, Brussels, September 1830 113 14. Volunteers defend the Hôtel de Belle-Vue in Brussels, September 1830 115 15. The Frankfurt insurrection of September 1848 135 16. Naples, May 15, 1848 143 17. Print portraying the Paris events of February 22 and 23, 1848 147 18. Sequence from Rudolphe Töpffer’s Histoire d’Albert 148 19. The taking of the Château d’Eau in Paris in 1848 149 Illustrations x Illustrations 20. A university barricade in Vienna, May 26, 1848 156 21. The Austro-International barricade, Vienna, May 1848 158 22. Parisians giving Polish revolutionaries a warm send-off, March 30, 1848 162 23. The departure of Italians from Paris to join the struggle for the liberation of their homeland 171 24. The great barricade in the faubourg Montmartre 181 25. Paris gunsmiths Lepage frères pillaged by insurgents in 1830 188 26. Barricade construction in Paris, July 28, 1830 190 27. Fédérés oblige passers-by to bring paving stones for barricades, Paris, 1871 192 28. Building a barricade 199 29. Behind the barricade 200 30. Women on barricade, June 1848 202 31. “Shoot, then! If you dare!” 209 32. Artist’s conception of a mobile barricade in 1848 215 33. Combat in the rue Saint-Antoine, July 1830 217 34. The great barricade of June 1848 at entrance of the rue du faubourg Saint-Antoine 218 MAPS 1. The insurrection of June 5–6, 1832, in Paris: funeral procession and centers of combat 4 2. Location of barricades in the Saint-Merri district, Paris, July 1830 and February 1848 8 3. Parisian landmarks in barricade events of 1588, 1648, and 1789–1795 28 4. First reports of the French revolution of February 1848 (days of delay) 131 5. The spread of barricades in 1848 141 GRAPHS 1. Number of European barricade events, 1550–1900 81 2. Number of French barricade events, 1550–1900 81 3. Magnitude of French barricade events, 1550–1900 82 TABLE 1. Foreigners resident in Paris, by nationality, 1846–1851 168 ...

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ISBN
9780520947733
Related ISBN
9780520266322
MARC Record
OCLC
808600979
Pages
454
Launched on MUSE
2014-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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