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Georges Danton Minister of Justice who by August of 1792 was able

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Georges Danton

Georges Danton, portrait by Constance-Marie Charpentier; in the Musée Carnavalet, Paris

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Georges Danton, Minister of Justice, who by August of 1792 was able to help

According to a biographer, "Danton's height was colossal, his make athletic, his features strongly marked, coarse, and displeasing; his voice shook the ...

Danton addressing the National Convention.

Antoinette Gabrielle Charpentier Danton

Georges Danton

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Georges Danton

Danton

Georges Danton on the Boulevard Sainte Germaine

The Giant of the French Revolution: Danton, A Life by [Lawday, David

A portrait painting of Saint-Just

Camille Desmoulins

Portrait of Garat (Musée de la Révolution française)

Jean-Marie Roland de la Platière

Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès, by Jacques Louis David.jpg

Jules-François Paré

Lazare Carnot

Desmoulins, Camille

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august 10th 1792

Marriage[edit]

Madame Roland

Danton (1931 film)

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Ray Danton

Jean-Marie Roland de la Platière.

Danton (1983 film)

Madame Roland by Johann Julius Heinsius, 1792. The descendants of Madame Roland were convinced that this was not her portrait.

A Place of Greater Safety

Danton Michael Collins

Statue of Danton in Tarbes.

Gérard - Louis XVIII of France in Coronation Robes.jpg

Jacques Bertaux - Prise du palais des Tuileries - 1793.jpg

Sans-culottes Led by minister of justice, Georges Danton, they sought revenge on

At left, a sketch of Danton by artist Jacques-Louis David and at right, a newspaper sketch of Collins after his death.

Edmund Burke

Lazare Carnot

Toby Stephens

Étienne-François Le Tourneur

George Jacques Danton: Famous Revolutionaries

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Jacques-René Hébert, engraving by M. Peronard, 19th century.

Jean-Lambert Tallien

Signature

Jean-Marie Roland de la Platière, the husband of Manon Roland

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Assault on the Tuileries[edit]

ise Gély (1776-1856), seconde femme de Georges Jacques Danton, qu'elle épouse le 17 juin 1793, se tient debout derrière Antoine Danton, fils de Gabrielle ...

Danton's Death

Napoléon (1927 film)

Lazare Carnot, a feverishly productive member of the Committee of Public Safety during the Reign of Terror. His part in raising the levée en masse probably ...

Madame Roland; drawing by François Bonneville

Louis Antoine de Saint-Just. Georges Couthon

Jacques Pierre Brissot, journalist and later leader of the Girondins, published Madame Rolands articles in his newspaper and introduced her in revolutionary ...

Robespierre, Danton and Marat by Alfred Loudet

Albert Mathiez: "Danton's Fortune & Accounts." | Florian Kappelsberger - Academia.edu

New elections, new Directors and a growing political crisis[edit]

Cartoon showing Robespierre guillotining the executioner after having guillotined everyone else in France.

Jean-Paul Marat: Famous Revolutionaries

47 Georges-Jacques ...

On 9 Thermidor Tallien threatened in the Convention to use his dagger if the National Convention had not the courage to order the arrest of Robespierre.

Journée of 20 June 1792

Gallery[edit]

Dislocation of the defense[edit]

Legislative Assembly[edit]

Adoption of the new Constitution[edit]

10 Georges Danton Minister of justice

The famously ugly revolutionary had been the moving spirit overthrowing the monarchy of Louis XVI in 1792; as the firmest public minister holding up against ...

Biography[edit]

Danton, Georges Jacques, 26.10.1759 - 5.4.1794, French politician,

Robert A. Peterson

Collaborators[edit]

Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord

Execution of Louis XVI

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The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries, oil on canvas by Jacques-

Robespierre, Maximilien

Arcis-sur-Aube - The statue of Danton in 2007

At his brother's court[edit]

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The Move to Radicalism After a National Convention in 1792, power went to the sans

Failed Jacobin coup (May 1795) and rebellion in Brittany (June–July)[edit]

Political influence[edit]

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"Mirabeau, deputy of the Third Estate" by Hopwood after Auguste Raffet, 1847

Georges Danton

Georges Danton, portrait by Constance-Marie Charpentier; in the Musée Carnavalet, Paris

Robespierre.jpg

According to a biographer, "Danton's height was colossal, his make athletic, his features strongly marked, coarse, and displeasing; his voice shook the ...

Georges Danton, Minister of Justice, who by August of 1792 was able to help

Danton addressing the National Convention.

Antoinette Gabrielle Charpentier Danton

Georges Danton

Georges Danton Quotes by Georges Danton Like Success

Danton

Georges Danton

Camille Desmoulins

Jacques Necker

A portrait painting of Saint-Just

The Giant of the French Revolution: Danton, A Life by [Lawday, David

Portrait of Garat (Musée de la Révolution française)

Jean-Marie Roland de la Platière

Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès, by Jacques Louis David.jpg

Amazon.com: The Giant of the French Revolution: Danton, A Life eBook: David Lawday: Kindle Store

Jules-François Paré

Desmoulins, Camille

Lazare Carnot

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Detail of Charles Willson Peale's portrait of Thomas Jefferson, 1791. (Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia)

august 10th 1792

Thomas Paine

Madame Roland

Jacques Bertaux - Prise du palais des Tuileries - 1793.jpg

Danton (1931 film)

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French Revolutionary wars | Causes, Combatants, & Battles | Britannica.com

Jean-Marie Roland de la Platière.

Engraving (by C.H. Barbant, 1800s) shows French revolutionary Georges Jacques Danton (1759 - 1794) (center) as he defiantly looks over the crowd as he ...

Danton (1983 film)

Journalism[edit]

Gérard - Louis XVIII of France in Coronation Robes.jpg

Jacques-René Hébert, engraving by M. Peronard, 19th century.

Sans-culottes Led by minister of justice, Georges Danton, they sought revenge on

Georges Danton on the Boulevard Sainte Germaine

Lazare Carnot

Statue of Danton in Tarbes.

Collot d'Herbois

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national conventio

Jean-Marie Roland de la Platière, the husband of Manon Roland

Signature

Lazare Carnot, a feverishly productive member of the Committee of Public Safety during the Reign of Terror. His part in raising the levée en masse probably ...

Thomas Jefferson as Minister to France (1786). Mather Brown, Thomas Jefferson. (National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution via Wikimedia Commons)

Assault on the Tuileries[edit]

Jean-Baptiste Robert Lindet

On 9 Thermidor Tallien threatened in the Convention to use his dagger if the National Convention had not the courage to order the arrest of Robespierre.

national convention

Cartoon showing Robespierre guillotining the executioner after having guillotined everyone else in France.

Gallery[edit]

Robespierre, Maximilien

Eleonore Duplay, amie de Maximilien Robespierre French Revolution, Revolutionaries, Revolutions, Poetic Justice

Robespierre DeValera

Portrait Of Maximilien-Francois-Marie-Isidore De Robespierre by Joseph Ducreux. He did not make it inside the establishment. Before 1789 he signed himself " ...

Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord by François Gérard, 1808.jpg

10 Georges Danton Minister of justice

Gaspard Monge

Collaborators[edit]

Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord

Danton, Georges Jacques, 26.10.1759 - 5.4.1794, French politician,

Journée of 20 June 1792

Execution of Louis XVI

François de Neufchâteau

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At his brother's court[edit]

Arcis-sur-Aube - The statue of Danton in 2007

10 The ...

The Move to Radicalism Led by the minister of justice, Georges Danton, the sans

Charles X Roi de France et de Navarre.jpg

The Move to Radicalism After a National Convention in 1792, power went to the sans

Robespierre, Maximilien

6 August 2009 ...

Louis Xvi And His Family House Arrest At Temple Tower In August 1792 Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

Georges Danton

"Mirabeau, deputy of the Third Estate" by Hopwood after Auguste Raffet, 1847

Terracotta bust of Robespierre by Deseine, 1791 (Musée de la Révolution française)

French Consulate

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Liberté, égalité, fraternité

I came across an online version of the 1901 publication, My Scrapbook of the French Revolution by Elizabeth Wormeley Latimer, available for free download, ...

The storming of the Tuileries Palace, 10 August 1792, (Musée de la Révolution française).

Louis XVI order to surrender

Danton (1921 film)

Religious career[edit]