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Infamous and striking print by English artist, James Gillray. It portrays the September Massacres, 1792, which heralded the beginning of the...
|French Revolution, Terror, James Gillray, September Massacres, 1792||view|
In this remarkable cartoon, published weeks before the collapse of constitutional monarchy in France, King George III is shown examining a...
|1792, Terror, French Revolution, king george III, James Gillray||view|
|Anti-Terror Measures & Parliamentary Concerns||
An extract from a House of Commons speech by an M.P. offering critical observations on government anti-Terror measures - note the ironic...
|william pitt, Terror, French Revolution, Georgian Britain||view|
|British Caricatures & the French Revolution||
This link takes you to an excellent French website with a wide selection of English caricatures of the French Revolution including several by...
|eighteenth century history, French Revolution, Terror, James Gillray, Paris Commune, 1792||view|
|Burke the Prophet?: Reflections on the French Revolution||
Interestingly it was Burke however who was the first to go public with his fears, in 1790. And his early warning of the dangers of French...
|French Revolution, Georgian Britain, Edmund Burke, Terror, 18th century||view|
|Central Government & Volunteering||
Extracts from government correspondence discussing the potential, and indeed pitfalls, of local volunteer initatives. Note the central dilemma the...
|1792, Terror, volunteers, william pitt, Georgian Britain, revolutionary war||view|
A copy of the class coursework book
|1789, 1792, Terror, French Revolution||view|
|Government & the Fear of 'French Principles'||
A brief extract from am inter-governmental letter illustrating early British fears about the potential appeal of French-style radicalism
|1792, Georgian Britain, Terror, william pitt, Government||view|
|Liberty, Licentiousness & the Law||
Extracts from a Charge to a Grand Jury in 1792, illustrating the wide ranging cultural effects of French Terror - and indeed British anti-Terror...
|1792, Georgian Britain, william pitt, Terror, French Revolution, Jacobinism||view|
|Robespierre and French Revolutionary Terror||
Powerpoint presentation on Robespierre and Terror in the French Revolution (week 7 of the course)
|French Revolution, Robespierre, Terror, Marat, David, Danton, James Gillray||view|