Camille Desmoulins (1760-1794)

*dreamy sigh*

*dreamy sigh*

Ladies and Gentlemen, allow me to present to you the rather fit Camille Desmoulins off of “The French Revolution”.

Rubbish lawyer, slightly better journalist and general gobshite, he was the fella who gave the speech which set off the whole bloody thing in the first place.

Look at those deep, sultry eyes! Couldn’t you just stare into them for hours? Citizen Desmoulins eventually pissed off his BFF Robespierre so much he chopped off his head. Poor Camille! At least Hilary Mantel wrote a good book about you!

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