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  2. 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 ...

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    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.

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  5. Biography of Louis-Auguste Blanqui - Marxists

    Louis-Auguste Blanqui. Auguste Blanqui (1805-1881) was nick-named "l'enfermé" because over half of his adult life was spent in jail. He is remembered as an activist, an insurgent, involved in abortive insurrectionary movements in 1839, 1840, and 1870. Blanqui's father, a Tuscan lecturer in philosophy, embraced the French Republic and became a ...

  6. Blanquism - Wikipedia

    Louis Auguste Blanqui. The Central Revolutionary Committee (CRC) was a French Blanquist political party founded in 1881 and dissolved in 1898. The CRC was founded by Édouard Vaillant to continue the political struggle of Auguste Blanqui (1805–1881). The CRC was a Blanquist party, supporting revolutionary activism, atheism, patriotism, and ...

  7. 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.

  8. Louis Auguste Blanqui - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Louis-Auguste Blanqui (Puget-Théniers, Francia, 8 de febrero de 1805- París, Francia, 1 de enero de 1881), conocido como Auguste Blanqui, fue un periodista, escritor, activista político revolucionario, filosofo y marxista francés de ideología comunista que organizó el movimiento estudiantil parisino, y luchó en primer lugar por la instauración de la república contra la monarquía y en ...

  9. Louis Auguste Blanqui - Wikipedia

    Louis Auguste Blanqui ( Puget-Théniers, 8 februari 1805 - Parijs, 1 januari 1881) was een Franse communist. Blanqui was de grondlegger van het blanquisme, dat een belangrijke communistische stroming was voordat het marxisme populair werd. Het blanquisme had een grote invloed op de Russische bolsjewiek Vladimir Lenin en diens theorie van de ...

  10. Louis Auguste Blanqui – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

    Louis Auguste Blanqui. Louis Auguste Blanqui (ur. 8 lutego 1805 w Puget-Théniers, zm. 1 stycznia 1881 w Paryżu) – francuski działacz i przywódca rewolucyjny. Reprezentował idee republikańsko-socjalistyczne, chociaż często uznawany jest za utopijnego socjalistę. Przez młodszych towarzyszy obdarzony został przydomkiem l’Enfermé ...

  11. Louis-Auguste Blanqui (1805-1881) was one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century French revolutionary politics, and he played a role in all of the great upheavals that punctuated his life – the insurrections of 1830, 1848 and 1870-71.

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