Signature. Jacques Pierre Brissot ( French pronunciation: [ʒak pjɛʁ bʁiso], 15 January 1754 – 31 October 1793), also known as Brissot de Warville was a French journalist, abolitionist, and revolutionary leading the faction of Girondins (initially called Brissotins) in the National Convention . In February 1788 Brissot was the founder of ...
Jacques-Pierre Brissot, (born January 15, 1754, Chartres, France—died October 31, 1793, Paris), a leader of the Girondins (often called Brissotins), a moderate bourgeois faction that opposed the radical-democratic Jacobins during the French Revolution.
Jacques-Pierre Brissot was a French journalist, abolitionist, and politician who played an important role in the French Revolution. He was instrumental in embroiling France in the French Revolutionary Wars (1792-1802) and was a leader of the moderate Girondins during the Revolution.
Jacques Pierre Brissot was the most prominent leader of the Girondins, the more conservative faction of the National Convention.
Jacques Brissot (1754-1793) was the figurehead and de facto leader of the Girondinist bloc which dominated France’s government in 1792-93. Born in Chartres, Brissot was the 13th son of an innkeeper but nevertheless managed to receive a good education.
Life of Jacques-Pierre Brissot, French abolitionist, journalist, revolutionary politician, and leader of the moderate Girondin faction. 31 May 1793 - 2 Jun 1793 The Insurrections of 31 May-02 June 1793 lead to the arrests of prominent Girondins and the political purge of their faction.
views 1,931,320 updated. Jacques Pierre Brissot de Warville (zhäk pyĕr brēsō´ də värvēl´), 1754–93, French revolutionary and journalist. He began his career by writing numerous pamphlets and books. His Théorie des lois criminelles (1781) was a plea for penal reform.
Jacques-Pierre Brissot: From Scepticism to Conviction Pages 508-526 | Published online: 25 Jul 2012 Cite this article https://doi.org/10.1080/01916599.2011.652457 The career of Jacques-Pierre Brissot (1754–1793) featured two phases, separated dramatically by the Revolution of 1789.
Jacques Pierre Brissot ( French pronunciation: [ʒak pjɛʁ bʁiso], 15 January 1754 – 31 October 1793), also known as Brissot de Warville was a French journalist, abolitionist, and revolutionary leading the faction of Girondins, (initially called Brissotins) in the National Convention.
Jacques-Pierre Brissot is best known as the leader of the Girondin faction during the French Revolution. His name is also usually associated with the beginning of the French revolutionary wars in 1792, and with the rise of the slave rebellion in the French colony of Saint Domingue from 1791 onwards. This is due in particular to his involvement ...