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Death, the grim reaper. Turkish army defeated by Cholera, not by enemy, approaching

Death, the grim reaper. Turkish army defeated by Cholera, not by enemy, approaching Luleburgaz in disorder: 100 deaths per day. Illustration from Le Petit Journal, Paris, 1 December 1912. First Balkan War 1912-1913: Balkan League (Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, Montenegro) against Turkey

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Germaine de Stael (1766-1817), 1843. French writer, novelist and political propagandist

Germaine de Stael (1766-1817), 1843. French writer, novelist and political propagandist born in Paris, was the only child of Jacques Necker, French statesman and financier. Married unhappily in 1786 to the Swedish ambassador to France, she had many affairs, including a liaison with the author and political philosopher Benjamin Constant. From 1792 she spent a number of periods of exile at Coppet, her estate by Lake Geneva. From Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, 1778-1840 by Fanny Burney, Madame D'Arblay. (London, 1843)

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Honour is saved...', caricature of the bourgeoisie by Albert Guillaume. 'But you

Honour is saved...', caricature of the bourgeoisie by Albert Guillaume. 'But you, Madame, you have no one at the frontja' 'Oh Excuse me, I have my chauffeur...'. From Le Flambeau, Paris, September 1915. World War I

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