The French Revolution: Complete Album

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Mr Michael Davies draws on social, cultural and political history to explain the development of the French State, prosperous yet fraught with inequities. He examines the role of the Masons and devotees of the Enlightenment, who hoped to undermine the authority of the monarchy and the Church and extend the influence of their own ideas. The French Revolution: The Background

The Reign of Terror
The noble rhetoric of "Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite" degenerates into a scenario of terror and death. Violence is the weapon used to de-Christianize France, the eldest daughter of the Church. Reduced to the status of a state agency, religion is repressed and Church property confiscated. Eventually driven underground, priests are persecuted and churches desecrated. Mr. Michael Davies describes the "The French Revolution: The Reign of Terror."

The Rising of the Vendee
Mr. Michael Davies describes the rising of the Vendee during the French Revolution. Under the emblem of the Sacred Heart, Catholic Vendeans of Northwestern France rise to defend the Church. Facing the Revolutionary Government's policy of extermination, the Vendeans suffer heroically for God and their country.

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