Alexandre Auguste Ledru-Rollin (French pronunciation: [alɛksɑ̃dʁ oɡyst lədʁy ʁɔlɛ̃]; 2 February 1807 – 31 December 1874) was a French lawyer, politician and one of the leaders of the French Revolution of 1848.
Alexandre-Auguste Ledru-Rollin, (born Feb. 2, 1807, Paris—died Dec. 31, 1874, Fontenay-aux-Roses, Fr.), French lawyer whose radical political activity earned him a prominent position in the French Second Republic; he helped bring about universal male suffrage in France.
Alexandre-Auguste Ledru-Rollin, né le 2 février 1807 à Paris et mort le 31 décembre 1874 à Fontenay-aux-Roses (Seine, actuellement Hauts-de-Seine), est un avocat et homme politique français. Républicain progressiste, il est l'un des chefs de file de la campagne des Banquets qui aboutit à la révolution de 1848 et à la Deuxième ...
LEDRU-ROLLIN, ALEXANDRE-AUGUSTE (1807–1874), French politician. The most prominent French left-wing republican in the revolutionary years of 1848 and 1849, Alexandre-Auguste Ledru-Rollin was born in Paris on 2 February 1807, the son of an inspector of pawn shops. Educated at the Lycée Charlemagne and at the University of Paris, he became a ...
Alexandre Auguste Ledru-Rollin (älĕksäN´drə ôgüst´ lədrü´-rôlăN´), 1807–74, French politician. A lawyer, he first became known as a radical opponent to the accession (1830) of Louis Philippe and the defender of the journalists. Source for information on Ledru-Rollin, Alexandre Auguste: The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. dictionary.
Alexandre Auguste Ledru-Rollin was a French lawyer, politician and one of the leaders of the French Revolution of 1848.
Ledru-Rollin, Alexandre Auguste älĕksäNˈdrə ôgüstˈ lədrüˈ-rôlăNˈ [ key], 1807–74, French politician. A lawyer, he first became known as a radical opponent to the accession (1830) of Louis Philippe and the defender of the journalists.
A history of the Second Republic of France, with a special focus on the political activities of Alexandre Auguste Ledru-Rollin.
LEDRU-ROLLIN, ALEXANDRE AUGUSTE (1807–1874), French politician, was the grandson of Nicolas Philippe Ledru, the celebrated quack doctor known as “Comus” under Louis XIV., and was born in a house that was once Scarron’s, at Fontenay-aux-Roses (Seine), on the 2nd of February 1807.
Alexandre Auguste. Ledru, dit. Ledru-Rollin. Homme politique français (Paris 1807-Fontenay-aux-Roses 1874). Avocat républicain, il plaide dans les grands procès de 1834-1835. Député du Mans (1841), il siège à l'extrême gauche des radicaux, attaquant la politique de Guizot et réclamant le suffrage universel.