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1. The National Guard refused to fire on their fellow countrymen when they took the cannon and joined the Commune.
2. The separation of Church and State was one of the key reform measures of the Commune.
3. The Communards issued their own coin by taking over the Paris Mint.
4. Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte III, the Emperor of the Second French Empire, was the last monarch of France.
5. Both women and children were very active in the origin and implementation of the Commune and, in fact, threw themselves between the cannon and the National Guard in Montmartre.
6. A female battalion from the National Guard defended the Place Blanche during the repression.