Mademoiselle de Sombreuil
|Caption||Mademoiselle de Sombreuil (1774-1823), French Revolution. The daughter of the Governor of Les Invalides, she was imprisoned with him in 1792. During the September Massacres she prevented the mob from killing her father and obtained his freedom by drinking a glass of blood. French educational card, early 20th century.|
|Artist||French School (20th Century)|
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|Keywords||card Chocolat-Louit France French history woman women heroine National Heroine Mademoiselle De Sombreuil daughter father French Revolution horror violence bloodshed death saving prison prisoners courage bravery heroism drinking blood mob Sans Culottes sans-culottes September Massacres 18th Century Paris Marquis De Sombreuil|
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