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  2. Adolphe Thiers - Wikipedia

    Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe Thiers ( / tiˈɛər / tee-AIR, French: [maʁi ʒɔzɛf lwi adɔlf tjɛʁ]; 15 April 1797 – 3 September 1877) was a French statesman and historian. He was the second elected President of France and first President of the French Third Republic . Thiers was a key figure in the July Revolution of 1830, which overthrew ...

  3. Adolphe Thiers | French statesman and historian | Britannica

    Adolphe Thiers, (born April 18, 1797, Marseille—died Sept. 3, 1877, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, near Paris), French statesman, journalist, and historian, a founder and the first president (1871–73) of the Third Republic. His historical works include a 10-volume Histoire de la révolution française and a 20-volume Histoire du consulat et de l’empire. Thiers was officially the son of a sea ...

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  4. Adolphe Thiers — Wikipédia

    Adolphe Thiers, né le 15 avril 1797 ( 26 germinal an V) à Marseille et mort le 3 septembre 1877 à Saint-Germain-en-Laye, est un avocat, journaliste, historien et homme d'État français . Arrivé à Paris à 24 ans, ambitieux et sans fortune — il aurait servi de modèle à Balzac pour le personnage de Rastignac —, journaliste ...

  5. Adolphe Thiers summary | Britannica

    Adolphe Thiers, (born April 18, 1797, Marseille, France—died Sept. 3, 1877, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, near Paris), French politician and historian. He went to Paris in 1821 as a journalist and cofounded the opposition newspaper National in 1830. In the July Revolution he supported Louis-Philippe and served as minister of the interior (1832, 1834 ...

  6. Paris Commune of 1871: Causes, Bloody Week & Legacy - HISTORY

    Another target was the Paris residence of Adolphe Thiers, leader of the Third Republic. His home was looted and destroyed by an angry mob. Paris Under Attack.

  7. Paris Commune - Wikipedia

    Adolphe Thiers was formally elected the first President of the French Third Republic on August 30, 1871. He was replaced by the more conservative Patrice MacMahon in 1873. In his final years, Thiers became an ally of the republicans against the constitutional monarchists in the Assembly.

  8. Adolphe Thiers : biographie courte, dates, citations

    Adolphe Thiers meurt le trois septembre 1877 à Saint-Germain-en-Laye d'une crise cardiaque. Né le 15 avril 1797, cet avocat, historien et journaliste, fut le premier président de la troisième République, élu en 1871. Vite passionné par la politique, Adolphe Thiers fut également deux fois président du Conseil sous la Monarchie de ...

  9. Adolphe Thiers |

    Louis Adolphe Thiers. The French journalist, historian, and statesman Louis Adolphe Thiers (1797-1877) was the most gifted of the literary statesmen who were an important feature of 19th-century French political life. Born at Marseilles on April 16, 1797, Adolphe Thiers attended the local lycée and studied law at Aix.

  10. Adolphe Thiers | Élysée

    14 April 1797. Adolphe Marie Joseph Louis Thiers was born in Marseille. After completing his studies at a secondary school in Marseille and then a university in Aix-en-Provence, where he obtained a degree in Law, he became a lawyer. 1821. He moved to Paris where he tried his hand at journalism in the columns of the newspaper, Le Constitutionnel.

  11. The History of the French Revolution - Adolphe Thiers ...

    Marie-Louis-Adolphe Thiers (1797-1877) was a prominent figure in a turbulent period in French history. Described by Karl Marx as a 'monstrous gnome' and condemned by the left for suppressing the Paris Commune of 1871, he enjoyed a controversial political career, but it is for his epic Histoire de la Révolution Française that he is chiefly remembered today.

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