|40px|border|Flag Deutsch: Fresko "Gesslers Tod" in der Tellskapelle (Nr. 03.1-8817)|
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|An engraving depicting the death of Albrecht Gessler (center, seated on horse) at the hand of William Tell (upper right). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
"Today’s resource is this classic retelling of the amazing true story (or is it a legend?) of the national hero of Switzerland – mountaineer, shepherd and bowman, William Tell. Read the story of how Tell was forced by the cruel governor Gessler, to shoot an apple off his son’s head, and how Tell became instrumental in leading the Swiss people to freedom. Excellent, concisely written historical narrative, just right for read aloud or study assignments."
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