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  2. Jean Jaurès - Wikipediaès

    Auguste Marie Joseph Jean Léon Jaurès (3 September 1859 – 31 July 1914), commonly referred to as Jean Jaurès ( French: [ʒɑ̃ ʒɔʁɛs]; Occitan: Joan Jaurés [dʒuˈan dʒawˈɾes] ), was a French Socialist leader.

  3. Jean Jaures | Facts, Biography, & Assassination | Britannica

    Jean Jaurès, (born September 3, 1859, Castres, France—died July 31, 1914, Paris), French socialist leader, cofounder of the newspaper L’Humanité, and member of the French Chamber of Deputies (1885–89, 1893–98, and 1902–14); he achieved the unification of several factions into a single socialist party, the Section Française de l ...

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  4. Murder of Jean Jaurès - Wikipediaès

    Nationalism. The murder of Jean Jaurès, French deputy for Tarn and Socialist politician, took place on Friday, July 31, 1914, at 9:40 pm, as he dined at the Café du Croissant on rue Montmartre in Paris's 2nd arrondissement, in the heart of the Republic of the Croissant, not far from the headquarters of his newspaper, L'Humanité.

  5. Jean Jaurès — Wikipédiaès

    Pour les autres membres de la famille, voir Jaurès . Cet article possède un paronyme, voir Jean Laurès . (photographie de Nadar) . Jean Jaurès ( [ʒɑ̃ ʒo.ʁɛs] a ), né le 3 septembre 1859 à Castres ( Tarn) et mort assassiné le 31 juillet 1914 à Paris, est un homme politique français .

  6. Jean Jaurès summary | Britannica

    Jean Jaurès, (born Sept. 3, 1859, Castres, France—died July 31, 1914, Paris), French socialist leader. He served in the Chamber of Deputies (1885–89, 1893–98, 1902–14) and at first adopted the ideas of Alexandre Millerand.

  7. Jean Jaurès - Wikiwandès

    Auguste Marie Joseph Jean Léon Jaurès , commonly referred to as Jean Jaurès , was a French Socialist leader. Initially a Moderate Republican, he later became one of the first social democrats and the leader of the French Socialist Party, which opposed Jules Guesde's revolutionary Socialist Party of France.

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    Jean Jaurès. Jean Jaurès (1859-1914), the greatest of the modern French Socialists, played a key role in the unification of the Socialist movement and in the struggle to prevent World War I. On Sept. 3, 1859, Jean Jaurès was born at Castres, Tarn, into a lower-middle-class family.

  9. Jaurès, Jean | International Encyclopedia of the First World ...

    Died 31 July 1914 in Paris, France A philosopher, historian, and journalist (creator of L’Humanité ), Jean Jaurès defended the socialist program for workers and small farmers in the Chamber of Deputies and throughout France.

  10. French socialist hero Jean Jaurès – a picture from the past

    An outstanding orator, Jean Jaurès addresses the crowd at Le Pré-Saint-Gervais, Paris during a demonstration against a new three-year conscription period proposal on 25 May 1913.

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