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Kropotkin, P. (1927). The Great French Revolution, 1789-1793 (N. F. Dryhurst, Trans.) New York: Vanguard Printings. (Original work published 1909) Chapter XII THE TAKING OF THE BASTILLE "A Ia Bastilie!"-Importance of Bastille-Popular hatred of prison-Guns taken from Hôtel des Invalides-Deputations sent to do Launey-Attack on Bastille begins-Defenders fire on people-Another deputation sent-Firing continues-Cannon arrives for people-Garrison capitulates- Deaths of de Launey and Flesselles-First victory of people FROM the dawn of July 14, the attention of the Paris insurrection was directed upon the Bastille, that gloomy fortress with its solid towers of formidable height which reared itself among the houses of a populous quarter at the entrance of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine. Historians are still inquiring how the thoughts of the people came to be turned in this direction, and some of them suggest t...

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