The Ruins of the Tuileries Palace after the Commune of The Paris Commune was established when the citizens of Paris many of them armed National Guards rebelled against the policies of the conservative government formed after the end of the FrancoPrussian War The uprising was sparked by the governments attempt to take possession of the National Guards cannons The regular army and the government were forced to withdraw from the city to Versailles The leftwing regime of the Commune held sway in Paris for two months until government troops retook the city in bloody fighting in May During the suppression of the Commune the Communards set fire to the Tuileries Found in the collection of the Musee Antoine Vivenel Compigne
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