Smithsonian.com Daily Newsletter, 02 November 2018.

Smithsonian.com Daily Newsletter. 02 November 2018.

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On this day in 1755, Marie Antoinette was born in Vienna, the 15th and final child of Francis I and Habsburg empress Maria Theresa. As a teenager, she was embraced by the French public when she married the future Louis XVI, but a dramatic shift in sentiment would see her sentenced to death by guillotine some two decades later.

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