Results for: Jacobin

Why did the Jacobins kill Marie Antoinette?

She was married to King Louis XVI who had been earlier executed. Subsequently, she was also tried for treason and incest, found guilty and executed in 1793. It was a sham tria (MORE)

Are Jacobins and Jacobites the same?

  No, two completely different things as one was a supporter of Republicanism and the other a supporter of a claim to a throne.   A Jacobin was a supporter of the Frenc (MORE)

Who reintroduced slavery in France after it was abolished by Jacobins?

Napoléon Bonaparte, on May 20, 1802. Time scale of the French laws: - 1776, Feb. 4: the King Louis the 16th forbids to own slaves on the French territory. - 1790, March (MORE)

What were jacobins and girondins?

These two groups were two large political groups during the French revolution. Jacobins were people who supported the revolution and wanted a centralized Republic. They were t (MORE)

Summarize the goals and actions of the Jacobins?

The Jacobins were a radical, left-wing political organization with the goals of providing universal suffrage, a strong central government, public education, and the separation (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What were the goals and actions on the jacobins?

The Jacobins were a radical, left-wing political organization with the goals of providing universal suffrage, a strong central government, public education, and the separation (MORE)

How were the Sans-culottes different from the Jacobins?

The Jacobins were an elite political club which once had a membership of about 420,000. Their members were professionals and financially well off. They were the bourgeoisie an (MORE)

Who is Jacobin?

Jacobin is not a person; rather, the Jacobins were a radical political club that evolved during revolutionary France. It was lead by Parisian members of the Third Estate. The (MORE)