Revolutionary Court

Revolutionary Tribunal established in France.

March 10, 1793: Creation of the Revolutionary Court. Which was supposed to judge “spies, conspirators and counter-revolutionaries”, and after it – the Committee of Public Safety, which was to regulate the domestic and foreign policy of the country.

At the same time, the list of allegedly executed with the death punishment was being expanded. In the following days, the catholic and monarchical region of the Vendée took up arms against the Republic.

French Revolution Timeline
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