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This is an original 1871 monochrome lithograph of French journalist, Jean Milliére, who was also a prolific member of the Paris Commune in 1871 CE.
This 140+ year old Item is rated Very Fine ++. Light aging throughout. No creases. No natural defects.No surface rub.No tears. Light moisture wrinkling.
Why say "commune" like its a bad thing? Join the cause and behold Period Paper's revolutionary collection of images depicting the leaders of the Paris Commune of 1871. As supporters of "War Against War!" these politicians, lawyers, journalists, and soldiers sought to create a new Socialist French state. Enlist yourself in the ranks of your fellow Communards and continue your visual odyssey into the lives of the men who championed the struggle of Parisian Proletariats. Heed "Le Cri du Peuple" (the cry of the people), by clicking on the link below the condition paragraph to continue viewing this truly inspiring image collection. "pour Liberte!" (for Liberty).
Keywords specific to this image: Portrait, Socialist, Marxist, Communard, Franco Prussian War, Communist, Anarchist, Writer, Politician, Proletariat, Fourth Revolution, France, French, Siege of Paris, National Guard, National Assembly