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What is Bastille Day and why is it celebrated?

By Romain Fathi, Senior Lecturer, History, Flinders University
Claire Rioult, PhD candidate in Early Modern History, Monash University
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The French celebrate Quatorze Juillet, not Bastille Day. In fact, the English-language name hides much of the surprisingly complex history of the day.

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