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Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans (13 April 1747, – 6 November 1793 executed by guillotine) cousin of the King - also known by his pro-Revolution name he adopted Philippe Égalité

Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans was the son of Louis Philippe d'Orléans, Duke of Chartres, and Louise Henriette de Bourbon

King Louis XVI would be dead in less than 6 months later. Description from antiquewarehouse.ca. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Dauphin Louis-Auguste of France,King Louis XVI of August January of Louis,Dauphin of France & Duchess Maria Josepha of Saxony of France 10 May September Archduchess Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna of Austria on 16 May

A London newspaper in the fall of 1793 reports the death of the Queen of France (Via Tiny-Librarian)

On 16 October MarieAntoinette, the widow of Louis XVI, was executed at the guillotine in the Place de la Revolution in Paris – she was Here is a newspaper story published on 28 October 1793 that reports on her execution.

Duc de Chartres: Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans was a French nobleman. He was not just any old French nobleman, though. He was a member of the Bourbon family, a cousin by blood to Louis XVI. In 1793, in the ultimate show of disloyalty and hypocrisy, Chartres cast his vote in favor of sending Louis XVI to the guillotine.

The treacherous Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans

Lucile Desmoulins, nee Duplessis -  wife of Journalist Camille Desmoulins who called French citizens to arms which led to the Storming of the Bastille. Died by guillotine on 13 April 1794. They left behind a 2 year old boy, Horace.

Portrait presumed to be Lucile Duplessis wife of French Revolutionist Camille Desmoulins, Boilly

July 14, 1789 – French Revolution: citizens of Paris storm the Bastille (Painting).

Let Them Light CireTrudon Candles: Marie Antoinette and La Fête Nationale + Bastille Day Draw

Royal Jewels, The Crown, Bourbon, Tiare, The House, The Kings, Antiquities, Each Other, Cousins

Princesses Isabelle of Orléans, and her cousin Marie of Orléans, Princess Waldemar of Denmark. The complex sleeves of the Orléans cousins' dresses are in keeping with a 1902 date.

carolathhabsburg: “ Princess Valdemar of Denmark, neé princess Marie d´Orleans, posing with her cousin, Princess Isabelle, later duchess of Guise (and grandmother of the current count of Päris) ”

French Revolutionary Wars. Portrait General Charles-François Dumouriez. French Revolution History. Military costume

Portraits by people during the French Revolution