Wigs as a social status

The so-called Allonge wig became a trademark of European rulers in the 17th century. Not only the nobility, but also the bourgeoisie are emulating the trend. For over 100 years, they have been the hallmark of the social status of a French. Dubbing: alugha Author: ZDF/Terra X/ Story House Productions/Jochen Ruderer, Sigrun Laste/ Jürgen Rehberg, Arsenij Gusev/ Stefan Leuschel/ Fritz Göran Vöpel, Martin Wolkinger, Jörg Barton, Roger Grein Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

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