What was it like to be a member of the nobility during the French Revolution? What was it like to watch an execution by guillotine? What was it like to be a witness to history? Step back in time to the French Revolution and see history through the eyes of those who lived it. Find out what it was like to be a radical at the heart of the revolution. Discover how it felt to be the mayor of Paris as the streets were filled with rioting crowds. Hear the account of Louis XVI's priest as the king was led to his place of executionand the feared guillotine.
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Brendan January graduated from Haverford College and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He has written several nonfiction books for young readers, including one recognized as a Best Science Book of 1999 by the National Science Teachers Association. Brendan January is currently a journalist at the Philadelphia Inquirer and lives with his wife in New Jersey.
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