Jacques René Hébert (French: [ʒak ʁəne ebɛʁ]; 15 November 1757 – 24 March 1794) was a French journalist and the founder and editor of the extreme radical newspaper Le Père Duchesne during the French Revolution.
Jacques Hébert, (born November 15, 1757, Alençon, France—died March 24, 1794, Paris), political journalist during the French Revolution who became the chief spokesman for the Parisian sansculottes (extreme radical revolutionaries).
Jacques Hébert, a former senator, politician, journalist, writer and staunch defender of civil liberties, died Thursday night at age 84 in his Montreal home, after a long battle with cancer.
Jacques Hébert, journalist, travel writer, publisher, Senator (born 21 June 1923 in Montreal, QC; died 6 December 2007 in Montreal). Jacques Hébert was a crusading Quebec journalist and a trailblazing book publisher before and during the Quiet Revolution .
The Hébertists ( French: Hébertistes ), or Exaggerators ( French: Exagérés) were a radical revolutionary political group associated with the populist journalist Jacques Hébert, a member of the Cordeliers club. They came to power during the Reign of Terror and played a significant role in the French Revolution .
Jacques Hébert. Jacques Rene Hébert (1757-1794) was a populist journalist who led the most radical sections of the Paris sans culottes. Born in Normandy, Hébert was encouraged to become a lawyer by his father, a former judge. By the mid-1780s Hébert had moved to Paris, where he eked out a living writing plays and pamphlets.
Jacques Hébert, OC (June 21, 1923 – December 6, 2007) was a Canadian author, journalist, publisher, Senator and world traveller who visited more than 130 countries. History [ edit ] Born in Montreal , Quebec , Jacques Hébert began attending Saint Dunstan's University in Charlottetown , Prince Edward Island at age 16.
Le Père Duchesne (French pronunciation: [lə pɛʁ dyʃɛːn]; "Old Man Duchesne" or "Father Duchesne") was an extreme radical newspaper during the French Revolution, edited by Jacques Hébert, who published 385 issues from September 1790 until eleven days before his death by guillotine, which took place on March 24, 1794.
Jacques Hébert. Jacques René Hébert (French: [ʒak ʁəne ebɛʁ]; 15 November 1757 – 24 March 1794) was a French journalist and the founder and editor of the extreme radical newspaper Le Père Duchesne during the French Revolution.Hébert was a leader of the French Revolution and had thousands of followers as the Hébertists (French ...
Jacques Hébert, OC was a Canadian author, journalist, publisher, Senator and world traveller who visited more than 130 countries.