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Revolution, Conflict & Occupation – The Posts 1789-1815
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When King Louis XVI attempted to resolve France’s financial woes in 1789 by recalling the Estates General, he opened the door to the French Revolution, which led to the rise of Napoleon and twenty six years of world-wide conflict.
The presentation features postal history from this period, illustrating the changes in the postal services in France, Britain, Italy and in the Iberian Peninsula.
It begins with the Revolutionary Government’s franchise markings, continues with the Packet Boat re-routings, the French domination of Italy and the Peninsular War.
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Peter Rooke
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UK : Online
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English
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11 Feb 2021 at 17:00
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