4 edition of The Thermidorians found in the catalog.
|Statement||by George Lefebvre ; translated from the French by Robert Baldick.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 216 p.|
|Number of Pages||216|
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Keywords: Thermidorians, Terror, Robespierre, French Revolution, violence, massacre, collective memory, trauma, sentimentalism Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service. The Thermidorians were the middle-roaders of the French Revolution, honest but middle-headed.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lefebvre, Georges, Thermidorians. Routledge & Kegan Paul, (OCoLC) In the final volume of magisterial history of the French Revolution, Jules Michelet described Maximilien Robespierre's defeat on 27 July and the agonizing death that followed.
His successors advanced to take fuller measure of the Thermidorian Reaction, but they shared Michelet's conviction that here the Revolution doubled back on : Laura Mason, Peter McPhee. The Thermidorians supported these changes with a campaign of purges and retaliation against the Jacobins.
The first year of the Thermidorian Convention was dubbed the White Terror, as those connected with the Jacobins or their government were harassed, attacked, driven into exile or murdered.
His book La Revolution is a sort of funeral oration: Its subtitle might well be "And the Worthy as Well as Difficult Means of Bringing It to an End." His is the French Revolution as celebrated by the Thermidorians, the gravediggers of the Revolution who took over after the fall of Robespierre and his companions on J the ninth of Thermidor.
The National Convention and the French Republic. In the autumn ofthe revolutionary government, having written off the idea of a constitutional monarchy, set about electing a National Convention of delegates to oversee the late September, therefore, the first election took place under the rules of the Constitution of G Lefebvre book The Thermidorians and The Directory, on Revolution phases fromrevd.
Thermidorians wanted a new constitution. It said: All males over 21 who payed taxes could vote in primary assemblies to choose electors - Real power was held by the electors who chose deputies.
Electors had to pay days labour in taxes. This was so high that elector numbes fell f to 30, This meant all electors were very rich.
In discussing these problems, the Thermidorians revealed the political concepts and institutions of the Revolution as a blend of the traditional and the modern: modern for its devotion, at least in principle, to individualism, freedom of opinion and freedom of the press; traditional for its inability to establish a consensus on the basis of.
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Like the Terror, the Thermidorian Reaction had an uncontrollable momentum of its own. Antiterrorism—in the press, the theatre, the streets—degenerated into a “ white terror” against the men of year II. thermidorian reaction and the directory INTRODUCTION: The Directory was the longest lasting of the revolutionary regimes.
It was created by the Thermidorians, the right-wing revolutionary reaction to the Jacobin revolution of Year II, following the overthrow of Robespierre. The Paperback of the Heaven on Earth: The Rise, Fall, and Afterlife of Socialism by Joshua Muravchik at Barnes & Noble.
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Culture Not much is said about their culture, save that some Thermidorians operate as mobsters. Source TMNT Fast Forward: Locomotion: Bipedal.Click to read more about The Thermidorians and the Directory: Two Phases of the French Revolution by Georges Lefebvre.
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