Project: The French Revolution, 1789-1799

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  • Project Name: Project: The French Revolution, 1789-1799
  • Field Researcher: Spaceman Spiff
  • Department: Arts
  • Faculty: History
  • Start Date: January 25th, 2002
  • End Date: June 30th, 2002
  • Assisting Sub-Editor:
    A new brave individual has stepped forward to Sub-Ed this Uni Project now. Hip, hip...

Project Description

Pages currently in progress: This section is to be completed as the project progresses, it doesn't have to be completed when you make your initial application to the Admissions Office.

Things to write about:

People to write about:

O Frabjous day! Calloo! Callay!

There are now *THREE* researchers contributing. Strider the Ranger offered his services back in the heady 'trying to get it all done by the end of March' days but has not been on-site much recently. smiley - He'll be back! *optimistic_beaming_smile*. And now And Introducing a leg has offered to produce a piece on arch-diplomat Talleyrand. Great! smiley -

Further Information Required

  • I'm always looking for any specific or non-specific further information.

If you have further information that you think might be useful in this project, please post it in the conversations below, or contact the Field Researcher running this project (see above).

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