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  1. Maximilien de Robespierre foi guilhotinado em Paris no dia seguinte, no 10 thermidor do ano II (28 de julho de 1794), sem ter sido julgado, juntamente com o seu irmão Augustin de Robespierre (também membro da Junta de Salvação Pública) e dezessete de seus colaboradores durante o golpe de 9 do Termidor, dentre eles, seus dois grandes amigos, companheiros desde o início de sua jornada ...

  2. Maximilien de Robespierre, ou Maximilien Robespierre [1], est un avocat et homme politique français né le 6 mai 1758 à Arras (Artois, aujourd'hui Pas-de-Calais) et mort guillotiné le 28 juillet 1794 (10 thermidor an II) à Paris, place de la Révolution (actuelle place de la Concorde).

  3. 28/10/2021 · Maximilien Marie Isidore de Robespierre was born in Arras, France, on May 6, 1758, the oldest of four children. His mother died when he was 6 years old, and his father left the family soon after.

  4. Maximilien François de Robespierre (1758-1794) was the most significant leader of the French Revolution’s radical period. He has divided historians and modern thinkers, just as he divided opinion in his own time.

  5. Robespierre did not reappear in the National Convention until 7 May (18 Floréal). For this day he had planned a speech addressing the relationship between religion, morality, and the republican principles; and to establish the Cult of the Supreme Being in place of the Cult of Reason promoted by de-Christianizers like the Hébertists.

  6. › mod › robespierre-terrorInternet History Sourcebooks

    26/01/1996 · Robespierre was frustrated with the progress of the revolution. After issuing threats to the National Convention, he himself was arrested in July 1794. He tried to shoot himslef but missed, and spent his last few hours with his jaw hanging off. He was guillotined, as a victim of the terror, on July 28, 1794.

  7. Mark Carruthers of the BBC pointed out the hypocrisy of TUV leader Jim Allister when it came to how he deals with terrorists. Allister refused to support a ...

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