The first victims of the French Revolution, July 1789

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The first victims of the French Revolution, July 1789. The heads of the Marquis de Launay, Governor of the Bastille, and Joseph Foullon de Doue, Controller-General of Finances, impaled on a fork and a pike respectively, and the heart of Berthier de Sauvigny, Foullon's son-in-law. Illustration for La Revolution 1789–1882 by Charles D'Hericault (D Dumoulin, 1883).

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