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New-York Historical Society Looks at the Atlantic Revolutions

The New-York Historical Society is reopening fully on 11 November with an exhibit titled “Revolution! The Atlantic World Reborn”. It was be there until April, and then travel to other venues.The society’s webpage calls this “a path-breaking exhibition and educational initiative”:The exhibition explores the enormous transformations in the world’s politics and culture between the 1763 triumph of the British Empire in the Seven Years War and the end of the Napoleonic Wars.
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