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Robespierre was in fact already half dead when he was taken to the guillotine in 1794. Follow the link for the gruesome details.

Robespierre was in fact already half dead when he was taken to the guillotine in 1794. Follow the link for the gruesome details.

Vintage image of a statue of Camille Desmoulins that no longer exists in Paris (it was destroyed in 1942). It commemorated his role in inciting the mob that later stormed the Bastille prison. This Day in History: Jul 12, 1789: Journalist Camille Desmoulins calls French citizens to arms which leads to the Storming of the Bastille.

Vintage image of a statue of Camille Desmoulins that no longer exists in Paris (it was destroyed in 1942). It commemorated his role in inciting the mob that later stormed the Bastille prison. This Day in History: Jul 12, 1789: Journalist Camille Desmoulins calls French citizens to arms which leads to the Storming of the Bastille.

Jim Kazanjian started the series in 2006. His first image featured a dense cluster of buildings balanced above a crumbling pier (above), while others completed since then include a crumbling house being struck by lightning (below) and a castle-like building atop a waterfall.

Jim Kazanjian started the series in 2006. His first image featured a dense cluster of buildings balanced above a crumbling pier (above), while others completed since then include a crumbling house being struck by lightning (below) and a castle-like building atop a waterfall.

May 14, 1798  The Irish Rebellion of 1798 led by the United Irishmen against British rule begins.

May 14, 1798 The Irish Rebellion of 1798 led by the United Irishmen against British rule begins.

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