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  2. Jacques-Pierre Brissot | French Revolutionary, Abolitionist ...

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    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.

  3. Jacques Pierre Brissot - Wikipedia

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    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 ...

  4. Jacques-Pierre Brissot - World History Encyclopedia

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    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.

  5. Jacques-Pierre Brissot Timeline - World History Encyclopedia

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    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.

  6. Jacques Pierre Brissot — Wikipédia

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    Jacques Pierre Brissot ou Brissot de Warville, né le 15 janvier 1754 à Chartres et mort guillotiné le 31 octobre 1793 à Paris, est un journaliste et homme politique français, considéré comme un des chefs de file de la faction des girondins pendant la Révolution française.

  7. Jacques Brissot - Alpha History

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    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.

  8. Jacques-Pierre Brissot: Journalist and Abolitionist in the French...

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    Jacques-Pierre Brissot de Warville (1754-1793) was a French journalist, abolitionist, and politician who played a prominent role in the French Revolution (1789-1799). A leader of the Girondins, a moderate political faction, Brissot was instrumental in embroiling France in the French Revolutionary Wars (1792-1802).

  9. Brissot de Warville, Jacques Pierre | Encyclopedia.com

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    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.

  10. Jacques Pierre Brissot - Wikiwand

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    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.

  11. Jacques-Pierre Brissot: From Scepticism to Conviction

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    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.