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'''''The French Revolution''''' was a book given by [[Coal Hill School]] history teacher [[Barbara Wright]] to her pupil [[Susan Foreman]]. Susan, who had visited the revolutionary period with [[First Doctor|her grandfather]] immediately noted errors in the book. ([[DW]]: ''[[An Unearthly Child]]'') Later, [[Ace]] found a copy of the book in a science laboratory in Coal Hill School. ([[DW]]: ''[[Remembrance of the Daleks]]'') A copy of the book is seen in [[the Library]] of the [[51st century]]. ([[DW]]: ''[[Silence in the Library]]'').
 
'''''The French Revolution''''' was a book given by [[Coal Hill School]] history teacher [[Barbara Wright]] to her pupil [[Susan Foreman]]. Susan, who had visited the revolutionary period with [[First Doctor|her grandfather]] immediately noted errors in the book. ([[DW]]: ''[[An Unearthly Child]]'') Later, [[Ace]] found a copy of the book in a science laboratory in Coal Hill School. ([[DW]]: ''[[Remembrance of the Daleks]]'') A copy of the book is seen in [[the Library]] of the [[51st century]]. ([[DW]]: ''[[Silence in the Library]]'').
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::''In the episode [[The Curse of Clyde Lange]], [[Clyde Langer]] reads a book called "The French Revolution", but this book has a modern cover and is probably a diffrent book.''
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==

Revision as of 07:53, October 11, 2011

For the revolution itself, see French Revolution. "The French Revolution" was an alternative title for The Reign of Terror sometimes found in earlier reference checklists of Doctor Who serials.

The French Revolution was a book given by Coal Hill School history teacher Barbara Wright to her pupil Susan Foreman. Susan, who had visited the revolutionary period with her grandfather immediately noted errors in the book. (DW: An Unearthly Child) Later, Ace found a copy of the book in a science laboratory in Coal Hill School. (DW: Remembrance of the Daleks) A copy of the book is seen in the Library of the 51st century. (DW: Silence in the Library).

In the episode The Curse of Clyde Lange, Clyde Langer reads a book called "The French Revolution", but this book has a modern cover and is probably a diffrent book.

Behind the scenes

  • The prop book in the two stories looked rather different, having a cover in one story and none in the other.
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