In the aftermath of the revolution on 10 August 1792, multiple winners and losers emerge. This episode explores the immediate consequences of the insurrection and those individuals, factions, and institutions that rise to power.
1.37.1 – Unfit for the Throne – Historian Bertha Gardiner explains her reasonings why Louis’ position on the throne was untenable and why the french people believed the King was unfit to rule.
1.37.2 – A Fédéré’s Account – A fédéré’s account of the events on 10 August 1792.
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