Procession to Hambach Castle Germany May In the people of the Palatinate met at Hambach in protest at the repressive rule of their Bavarian rulers who had taken away rights granted by the French who had ruled the area from until The gathering which was disguised by its organisers as a nonpolitical country fair the Hambacher Fest attracted people from elsewhere in Germany as well as from other nations including France and Russianoccupied Poland The event which called for liberty civil rights and national unity produced no practical results but has come to be seen as an important milestone on the road to German republicanism and democracy From a private collection
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