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The road from Versailles : Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, and the fall of the French monarchy

Auteur: Munro Price
Uitgever: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2003.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Biografie : Engels : 1st U.S. edAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Munro Price confronts one of the enduring mysteries of the French Revolution---what were the true actions and feelings of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette as they watched their sovereignty collapse? Dragged back from Versailles to Paris by the crowd in October 1789, the king and queen became prisoners in the capital. They were compelled for their own safety to approve the Revolution and its agenda. Yet, in deep  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Biography
History
Genoemd persoon: Louis, King of France; Marie Antoinette, Queen consort of Louis XVI King of France; Louis-Auguste Le Tonnelier Breteuil, baron de; Louis-Auguste Le Tonnelier Breteuil, baron de; Louis, King of France; Marie Antoinette, Queen consort of Louis XVI King of France
Genre: Biografie
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Munro Price
ISBN: 0312268793 9780312268794
OCLC-nummer: 51390881
Opmerkingen: First published in Great Britain by Macmillan, 2002 under the title: The fall of the French monarchy.
Beschrijving: xix, 425 p. : ill. (some col.), map ; 25 cm.
Inhoud: The King and His Family --
The Monarchy in 1789 --
Breteuil in 1789 --
The Summer of 1789 --
The Turn of the Screw --
Mirabeau Versus Breteuil --
Preparations --
The Flight to Varennes --
The King's Secret --
The King and the Constitution --
Winter 1791: Breteuil, the Powers and the Princes --
Endgame --
Royal Blood --
After the Deluge --
Appendix / Bruno Galland, Susan Wharton.
Andere titels: Fall of the French monarchy
Verantwoordelijkheid: Munro Price.
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Munro Price confronts one of the enduring mysteries of the French Revolution---what were the true actions and feelings of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette as they watched their sovereignty collapse? Dragged back from Versailles to Paris by the crowd in October 1789, the king and queen became prisoners in the capital. They were compelled for their own safety to approve the Revolution and its agenda. Yet, in deep secrecy, they soon began to develop a very different, and dangerous, strategy. The precautions they took against discovery, and the bloody overthrow of the monarchy three years later, dispersed or obliterated most of the clues to their real policy. Much of this evidence has until now remained unknown. The road from Versailles reconstructs in detail, for the first time, the king and queen's clandestine diplomacy from 1789 until their executions. To do so, it focuses on a vital but previously ignored figure, the royal couple's confidant, the baron de Breteuil. Exiled from France by the Revolution, Breteuil became their secret prime minister, and confidential emissary to the courts of Europe. Along with the queen's probable lover, the comte de Fersen, it was Breteuil who organized the royal family's dramatic dash for freedom, the flight to Varennes. Breteuil's role is crucial to an understanding of what Louis and Marie Antoinette secretly felt and thought during the Revolution. To unlock these secrets, The road from Versailles draws on highly important unpublished and previously unknown material.

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