Removal of the remains of Marat and Jacobins.

On February 5th: The semi-official government newspaper Le Moniteur Universel condemns the past incitement to violence and terror by Marat and his allies. On February 8th: Removal of the ashes of Marat and other extreme Jacobins from the Panthéon.

Convention Refined.

December 8th: Return of the 73 Girondins deputies still alive to the Convention. December 16th: Execution of Jacobin Carrier, one of the most brutal of the Terrorists. December 24: Abolition of the maximum laws – The Convention revoked the law setting maximum prices for grain and other food products. Again,…


On October 1st: Confrontations in the gatherings of the Paris sections among supporters and opponents of the Terror. On October 3rd: Arrest of the leaders of the groups of armed sans-culottes in Paris.

Battle of Fleurus

Battle of Fleurus.

June 26: French forces under Jean-Baptiste Jourdan defeat the Austrian invaders at the Battle of Fleurus.

Police for Committee of Public Safety.

April 15: A report to the Convention by Saint-Just calls from greater centralization of the police under the control of the Committee for Public Safety. April 23: Robespierre creates a new Bureau of Police attached to the Committee of Public Safety, in opposition to the existing police under the Committee…

Leaders Against Robespierre.

March 4: At the leaders of Cordeliers Club, Jean-Baptiste Carrier calls for an insurrection against the Convention. March 11: The Committees of Public Safety and General Security denounce a planned uprising by the Cordeliers.

Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon Bonaparte.

December 19: Toulon, captured by the British invaders, is recaptured, following a successful military operation, conceived and commanded by a young artillery officer, Napoléon Bonaparte. Later on December 22: Napoleon Bonaparte appointed brigadier general of the French military.

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