BLANKS Louis-Auguste( French revolutionary conspirator)
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Biography BLANKS Louis-Auguste
Blanqui Louis-Auguste (1806 - 1881) - French revolutionary conspirator, developed under the strong influence of Buonarroti, Comrade Babeuf for "conspiracy of equals". Blanks are not pinned any hope for universal suffrage and believed that to achieve the socialist system to establish a "dictatorship of the class-conscious minority of the nation". Path to this dictatorship - the organization of the conspiracy and rebellion. During the Franco-Prussian War Blanks published a newspaper 'La patrie en danger "(" The Fatherland is in danger "), . in which he, together with his closest friends Vaillant and Gustav Tridonom defended the need to fight with the Prussians and the National Defense Paris, . "Prussak - is the enemy", . - He wrote then,
. "Patriotism" Blanks understood in revolyutsinnomu, in contrast patriotizmoma Germanic s-d. or the French socialists in the war 1914 - 1918 he. It stemmed from a deep conviction that France - the only country in Europe, preserves the tradition of the French Revolution, that its military defeat of the meaning of the monarchy would be a victory and the defeat of revadyutsii. Essentially. Blanks life remained a staunch revolutionary, an uncompromising enemy of the bourgeoisie. Forms repeatedly sentenced to death and held in prison about 30 years.