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Making of Modern Law - Cases

Making of Modern Law - Cases

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Brocher-Rouchy, Victorine, 1838-1921 Biography of French anarchist Victorine Brocher-Rouchy, who fought in the Paris Commune and, in making her escape from the repression, was forced to leave her husband behind. Victorine Brocher-Rouchy Born Paris, France 1838. Died Lausanne, Switzerland 1921 Victorine Malenfant was born in Paris in 1838, into a family with a long revolutionary tradition. Her father was a republican shoemaker and freemason.

Wiki Commons Français : Textes et Planches de l'Encyclopédie de Diderot et d'Alembert. Voir le texte intégral sur Wikisource. Texte[edit] English: The indexes at the French Wikisource link to articles with searchable text rather than image files.Errata (tomes 1 à 7) Planches[edit] British Fiction 1800–1829: Homepage DNSA - Home Bastelica, André, 1845-1884 A short biography of First International member, brilliant agitator and organiser of the Marseilles working class, André Bastelica. Born at Bastia in Corsica on 28th November 1845, Bastelica was from an early age, extremely curious. He was an autodidact par excellence, like so many other workers found in the revolutionary movement. An anarchist even before the term had been properly applied, he started his working life as a shop assistant and then as a typesetter.

Archives nationales - France - Campagnes de traite négrière françaises au XVIIIe siècle Les journaux de bord de campagnes de traite conservés aux Archives nationales, Marine 4JJ > Archives nationales - Page d'accueil Campagnes de traite négrière françaises au XVIIIe siècle Les journaux de bord de campagnes de traite conservés aux Archives nationales, Marine 4JJ > > consulter la base de données > > consulter la liste des campagnes Old Bailey Online - The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674-1913 - Central Criminal Court Paris Commune Archive The Paris Commune, functioning between March 18 to May 28 of 1871, was spawned by the Franco-Prussian war. Germany's victory created discontent among the Parisian workers who were already unhappy over growing economic inequality and food shortages. A truce between France and Germany created further anger among workers who now were technically under German rule as a result of the armistice reached between Germany and France. This Armistice resulted in the Prussian army sending food to Paris and withdrawing troops to the east side of the city. Once a war indemnity (compensation for damages done) was paid, the troops would be withdrawn out of the east of the city and no Prussian troops would occupy Paris.

WebTV - Gerhardt Stenger - "Diderot, homme des Lumières" Denis Diderot (1713-1784) est probablement le philosophe le plus important des Lumières françaises et l'un des écrivains les plus passionnants du 18e siècle. Matérialiste et athée, il a anticipé sur la théorie de l'évolution dans la Lettre sur les aveugles, qui lui valut la prison en 1749. Théoricien du drame bourgeois, il a inventé un nouveau genre théâtral ; dans ses Salons, il a créé la critique d'art ; ses romans et contes comme Jacques le Fataliste ou La Religieuse sont d'une indiscutable modernité. Biographie Gerhardt Stenger est maître de conférences en Littérature française (XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles)à l'Université de Nantes, spécialiste des Lumières. Les conférences de l’Université permanente de Nantes