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Excerpt from Paris Under the Commune, or the Red Rebellion of 1871: A Second Reign of Terror, Murder, and Madness, Embracing the Full Text of the Final Treaty of Peace Between Germany and France, Being the Only Translation in English
To the great majority of intelligent readers, the con fused and contradictory reports and letters in the daily papers concerning the insurrection in Paris, have rendered the whole affair a hopeless muddle. They have found themselves unable to distinguish who the leaders of the Commune were, what they wanted, or for what they were fighting. Yet this insurrection will occupy, as it should, a large space in history, for in all respects it has been more terrible and destructive, though less protracted, than the Reign Of Terror Of the First French Revolution.
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