Boyer & Welles: Liberte-Egalite-Fraternite

Boyer & Welles SKU: 10151440
Boyer & Welles: Liberte-Egalite-Fraternite

Boyer & Welles: Liberte-Egalite-Fraternite

Boyer & Welles SKU: 10151440

Format: CD

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Title: Liberte-Egalite-Fraternite
Artist: Boyer & Welles
Label: Fremeaux & Assoc. FR
UPC: 3561302509921
Genre: Spoken

1.1 Gouvernement Dcratique - Charles Boyer
1.2 De L'esclavage - Charles Boyer
1.3 Projet D'une Daration Des Droits de L'homme - Charles Boyer
1.4 Loi Vivante - Charles Boyer
1.5 Extraits de Ses Discours Politiques - Charles Boyer
1.6 Vrai Dcrate - Charles Boyer
1.7 De la Mystique Rblicaine - Charles Boyer
1.8 Allez, Enfants de la Patrie - Charles Boyer
1.9 France Combattante - Charles Boyer
1.10 March 4, 1801 - Orson Welles
1.11 March 4, 1865 - Orson Welles
1.12 January 25, 1919 - Orson Welles
1.13 First War Address, January 6, 1942 - Orson Welles
1.14 March 4, 1865
1.15 January 25, 1919
1.16 First War Address, January 6, 1942
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