lunes, 6 de abril de 2015

April 6: The Committee of Public Safety, led by Maximilien Robespierre, became the executive body of the French Republic in 1793, during the French Revolution.


Maximilien Robespierre,spokesman and a radical voice behind the leadership of the Committee of Public Safety

The disorder and insurrection spread throughout the French territory due to the absence of a defined policy with a clear horizon. The revolutionary fanaticism focused on recruiting farmers to expand manpower; the clergy continued to be pursued.





At that time, the leaders of the Revolution created an instrument of government they called "Committee of Public Safety" to clean the country of all those who were against the French Revolution. That Committee should be handled with an "iron fist" and send to the guillotine all anti-revolutionary conspirators.






On April 6, 1793, the Committee will lead the call time of the "Reign of Terror" was created.

The French government had fallen into a swirl of legislation without administration that led nowhere and benefit to any social group.

Maximilian Robespierre was the radical and intolerant leader who guillotinar over 60,000 opposed to the French Revolution.

Maximilien Robespierre assumed leadership of a group of 12 people for what he thought would be the health of the state. Instead others saw the Committee of Public Health as a repressive tool to clean all the French territory traitor to the cause of revolution.


Reign of Terror: The Guillotine