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Today we will come back to one of the most important events in French history: the revolution! And by the way, let's try to tackle one of these most controversial and debated figures today .... Robespierre! So ... hero or bloodthirsty barbarian?
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Michel Biard, Philippe Bourdin, Robespierre, Crossed portraits, Armand Collin, 2012
Hervé Leuwers, Robespierre, Fayard, 2014
Jean-Clément Martin, Robespierre, the making of a monster, Perrin, 2016
Marc Belissa, Yannick Bosc, Robespierre, la fabrication d'un myth, Ellipses, 2013
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