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  2. Louis Auguste Blanqui - Wikipedia

    Parent. Jean Dominique Blanqui (father) Relatives. Jérôme-Adolphe Blanqui. Louis Auguste Blanqui ( French pronunciation: [lwi oɡyst blɑ̃ki]; 8 February 1805 – 1 January 1881) was a French socialist and political activist, notable for his revolutionary theory of Blanquism .

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  3. Auguste Blanqui | French socialist | Britannica

    Auguste Blanqui, in full Louis-Auguste Blanqui, (born February 1, 1805, Puget-Théniers, France—died January 1, 1881, Paris), revolutionary socialist, a legendary martyr-figure of French radicalism, imprisoned in all for more than 33 years. His disciples, the Blanquists, played an important role in the history of the workers’ movement even ...

  4. Biography of Louis-Auguste Blanqui - Marxists Internet Archive

    BLANQUI, LOUIS AUGUSTE (1805-1881), French publicist, was born on the 1st of February 1805 at Puget-Théniers, where his father, Jean Dominique Blanqui, was at that time subprefect. He studied both law and medicine, but found his real vocation in politics, and at once constituted himself a champion of the most advanced opinions.

  5. Auguste Blanqui — Wikipédia

    Louis Auguste Blanqui, surnommé « l’Enfermé », né le 19 pluviôse an 13 de la République (8 février 1805) à Puget-Théniers (Alpes-Maritimes) et mort le 1 er janvier 1881 à Paris, est un révolutionnaire socialiste français, souvent associé à tort aux socialistes utopiques.

  6. The Louis-Auguste Blanqui Internet Archive

    Eternity Through the Stars, 1872. The Army Enslaved and Oppressed, 1880. The texts by Blanqui in this archive have been translated from the original French for the M.I.A. by Andy Blunden and Mitch Abidor. The original French texts are to be found in L’archive Auguste Blanqui.

  7. Paris Commune - Wikipedia

    The most extreme revolutionaries in Paris were the followers of Louis Auguste Blanqui, a charismatic professional revolutionary who had spent most of his adult life in prison. He had about a thousand followers, many of them armed and organized into cells of ten persons each.

  8. collected words of louis auguste blanqui - YouTube

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  9. T21 Information Archives - Tocqueville21

    A Politics of Faith: Revisiting Louis-Auguste Blanqui. 7 March 2022 | Atlanta Rae Neudorf. Review of Philippe Le Goff, Auguste Blanqui and the Politics of Popular Empowerment (Bloomsbury, 2020) In June 1852, the incarcerated radical Louis-Auguste Blanqui (1805-1881) wrote a publicised letter describing […] More.

  10. Victoria 3 - Dev Diary #85 - Voice of the People Art Content

    The name of use of Louis-Auguste Blanqui was Auguste, so, if only one of his surnames is kept, it should be his second one: Auguste Blanqui.

  11. Le franc-maçon du jour : Louis Auguste BLANQUI - Zinfos 974

    Louis-Auguste Blanqui se lie à d'autres révolutionnaires comme Buonarrotti, Raspail et Barbès. Il est condamné à mort après l'insurrection du 12 mai 1839 à Paris. Sa peine ayant été ...

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