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Revisiting the Terror of the French Revolution

History buffs revisited France in 1793 during a special program that we hosted earlier this month at the Concord Township Community Center. In 1793, the French Revolution – which had started as a fight for human rights and justice – descended into a … Continue reading

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The Coming of the French Revolution

Our resident historian Dr. John Foster discussed the origin of the French Revolution during a lecture earlier this week. We’ve posted the talk online in its entirety for this unable to attend. (By the way, sorry for the technical glitches. We hope … Continue reading

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MPL Talks: Napoleon Bonaparte & the Age of Imagination

We host a lot of programs at Mentor Public Library and it’s hard to catch them all. And sometimes you miss one you really wanted to see. That’s why we’ve started MPL Talks, where we post full programs online for … Continue reading

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