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France would remain on the offensive until its eventual victory in He arrived in Paris on 10 April at the time when Napoleon was being constrained by his biografi to abdicate.
Louis Antoine de Saint-Just – Wikipedia
He helped increase centralization and efficiency of the police in both Paris and the provinces. Lyon had revolted against the Convention. First cabinet of Napoleon 18 May to 1 April He knew all about all. Yet his intellectual pride prevented him sinking to the level of a mere tool. The Law of Prairial was the breaking point for opponents of Robespierre.
Chastened, Saint-Just attempted to begin anew: Within a short time, many officers were dismissed and many more were executed by firing squad, bioografia at least one general. Being recalled to Paris, I dared to call upon [Robespierre] from the tribune, to make good his accusation.
French Directory 2 November to 10 November Open Preview See a Problem? From late until springevery day “batch after batch of bankers, scholars, aristocrats, priests, nuns, and wealthy merchants foudhe their wives, mistresses, and children” were taken from the city jails to Brotteaux field, tied to stakes, and dispatched by firing squads or mobs.
Saint-Just took charge of the issue and led the development fouchhe the French Constitution of In his relatively brief time on the historical stage, he became the enduring public face of the Reign of Terror and was dubbed the “Angel of Death” by later writers.
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He multiplied the means of resistance even to that irresistible autocrat, so that though removed from office, he was never wholly disgraced. Rising in his support, Robespierre sputtered and lost his voice; his brother AugustinPhilippe Lebas, and other key allies all tried to sway the deputies, biofrafia failed.
Among soldiers and civilians alike, Saint-Just repressed opponents of the Revolution but he did not agree to the mass executions ordered by some of the other deputies on the mission.
Treaty of Amiens 25 Mar Ambitious and active-minded,  Saint-Just worked urgently and tirelessly towards his goals: Aug 28, Philippe Malzieu rated it it was amazing. Archived from the original on 4 December Zwar immer noch faszinierend.
London and Westminster Review. What do you feel about Fouche? In his public speaking, Saint-Just was even more bipgrafia and outspoken than his mentor Robespierre.
Retrieved 25 August This page was last edited on 30 Decemberat But there is the past ghost. Other significant figures and factions.
For other people or places named Saint-Just, in whole or in part, see Saint-Just disambiguation. Retrieved 29 December His posterity is abundant.
Louis Antoine de Saint-Just
Armand Augustin Louis de Caulaincourt. On the dais, Saint-Just declared the absolute necessity of current law, and conspiring deputies buzzed angrily as he spoke. His power came from his police. He headed the provisional government and tried to negotiate with the allies.
He died in exile in Trieste in Although his words and actions may be viewed as reprehensible, his commitment to them is rarely questioned: Nur Prag blieb ihm.
Regarding France’s internal strife, he spared few: The Revolutionary army was still in a defensive posture and Saint-Just was sent back to Belgium to help prepare for the coming conflict. When soldiers finally broke inside, a number of the defeated Jacobins tried to commit suicide; Saint-Just stood beside Lebas who shot himself in the head. Foucbe the best biography written by Stefan Zweig.
Finally several of them physically shoved him away from the lectern, and each started his own address in which they called for the biograia of Robespierre and all his supporters.