Desmoulins, Camille (Camille Desmoulin)( Political activist)
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Biography Desmoulins, Camille (Camille Desmoulin)
Camille Desmoulins (1760 - 1794) leads to 1785. legal profession in Paris. July 12, 1789, Mr.. pronounced in the garden of the Palais-Royal's speech denouncing the policy of Louis XVI, warned the patriots of the danger and calls to arms Parisians. 14 July Desmoulins among the Parisians, storming of the Bastille. Quickly becoming popular as a journalist and revolutionary pamphleteer, publisher of the newspaper "Revolution of France and Brabant". As a close friend and soul mate Danton was in the club Cordeliers. After August 10 Danton was appointed General Secretary of the Ministry of Justice. Elected deputy of the Convention of Paris. In December 1793, Mr.. condemned the terror in his paper "Old cordelier". Arrested on March 31, 1794, April 5, along with Danton guillotined by the sentence of the Revolutionary Tribunal.