Signature. Lucie-Simplice-Camille-Benoît Desmoulins(French:[lysisɛ̃pliskamijbənwademulɛ̃]; 2 March 1760 – 5 April 1794) was a Frenchjournalist, politician and a prominent figure of the French Revolution. He is best known for playing an instrumental role in the events that led to the Storming of the Bastille.
Camille Desmoulins, one of the most influential journalists and pamphleteers of the French Revolution. The son of an official of Guise, Desmoulins was admitted to the bar in 1785, but a stammer impeded his effectiveness as a lawyer. Nevertheless, after the outbreak of the Revolution in 1789, he.
Camille Desmoulins, only 33, was the third of his group of 15 to be executed; Danton died last, covered in the blood of his best friends. Lucile Desmoulins did not long outlive her husband. When he had first been arrested, Lucile had written to Robespierre to beg for Camille’s life, asking the Jacobin leader to think of her son, who was ...
Camille Desmoulins (1760-1794) was a politician and writer, probably the best-known journalist of the French Revolution. Desmoulins was born in a small town in Picardy, northern France; his father was a government magistrate. As a teenager, Desmoulins gained a scholarship to attend boarding school in Paris.
Camille Desmoulins, né le 2 mars 1760 à Guise et mort guillotiné le 5 avril 1794 (16 germinal an II) à Paris, est un homme de lettres, avocat, un journaliste et un révolutionnaire français .
Lucie Simplice Camille Benoist Desmoulins (March 2, 1760 – April 5, 1794) was a French journalist and politician who played an important role in the French Revolution. He was closely associated with Georges Danton , rising to prominence with Danton and in the end sharing his fate.
Desmoulins, Camille (1760–94) French revolutionary. His pamphlets, such as Révolutions de France et de Brabant (1789), were widely read and he was responsible for provoking the mob that attacked the Bastille in 1789.
Lucie-Simplice-Camille-Benoît Desmoulins was a French journalist, politician and a prominent figure of the French Revolution. He is best known for playing an instrumental role in the events that led to the Storming of the Bastille.
Depiction of Camille Desmoulins' call to arms at the Palais-Royal in the days preceding the Storming of the Bastille. By Pierre-Gabriel Berthault (1802)
Portrait of Camille Desmoulins (1760-1794), Journalist and Politician. Desmoulins, Camille: On July 12, 1789 in the Palais-Royal, the attorney Desmoulins succeeded in starting the insurrection that would end, two days later, with the storming of the Bastille. Founder of the newspaper Les Révolutions de France et de Brabant, he was elected ...