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John G. Gallaher
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The Students of Paris and the Revolution of 1848

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In the February revolution of 1848, French students and their allies from the Latin Quarter stirred a peaceful crowd at the Madeleine into a turbulent mob marching on the Chamber of Deputies. Students constructed, manned, and even commanded barricades throughout Paris while medical students cared for the wounded of both sides.

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Hardcover, 152 pages
Published July 1st 1980 by Southern Illinois University Press
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