CDR-1294: SR Set: The French Revolution

History tends to repeat itself. Or as George Santayana said, "Those who cannot remember the past, are condemned to repeat it." In light of today's world events we find Mr. Santayana's warning especially relevant and have chosen the French Revolution as a pertinent example to joggle our minds. We include personalities of the time: Louis XVI and his Queen Marie Antoinette; revolutionary figures of Lafayette, Robespierre, and the murdered Marat. Images of events include the Oath of the Tennis Court, the taking of the Bastille, the execution of Louis XVI, and the Coup d'√Čtat of 18 Brumaire, which essentially ended the revolution and established Napoleon as the first Consul of France in November 1799.