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Jean Jaurès
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Jean Jaurès

Jean Léon Jaurès ( September 3 is the 246th day of the year (247th in leap years). There are 119 days remaining. Events 301 - San Marino, one of the smallest nations in the world and the worlds oldest republic still in existence, was founded by Saint Marinus. 590 - St. Gregory I becomes Pope... September 3, 1859 is a common year starting on Saturday. Events January January 2 - Erastus Beadle publishes The Dime Book of Practical Etiquette. January 24 - Wallachia and Moldavia are united under Alexander John Cuza under the name Romania (see December 1, 1918 for the final unification, Transylvania and other regions were still... 1859 - July 31 is the 212th day (213th in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 153 days remaining, as the final day of July. Events 1009 - Pietro Boccapecora becomes Pope Sergius IV 1423 - Hundred Years War: Battle of Cravant - The French army is defeated at Cravant on... July 31, 1914 is a common year starting on Thursday. (see link for calendar) Events January 4 - 77 seal hunters freeze to death on ice near Labrador. January 5 - Ford Motor Company announces an eight-hour workday and a minimum wage of $5 for a days labor. February 13 - Copyright: In... 1914) was a The French Republic or France ( French: République française or France) is a country whose metropolitan territory is located in western Europe, and which is further made up of a collection of overseas islands and territories located in other continents. France is a democracy organised as a... French The color red and particularly the red flag are traditional symbols of Socialism. Socialism is a concept, an ideology and a collection of party-based political movements that have evolved and branched over time. Initially, it was based on the organized working class, with the purpose of building a classless... Socialist leader. He was one of the first Social democracy is a political ideology emerging in the late 19th and early 20th centuries from supporters of Marxism who believed that the transition to a socialist society could be achieved through democratic evolutionary rather than revolutionary means. During the early and mid-20th century, social democrats were in favor... social democrats, differentiating his The emblem of the French Socialist Party The Socialist Party (Parti Socialiste or PS), founded in 1969, is the main opposition party in France. Although it has historically been a democratic socialist party, and still defines itself as such, most political scientists would say that it is now a social... French Socialist Party from those advocating revolutionary class war and strict Communism is a term that can refer to one of several things: a social and economic system, an ideology which supports that system, or a political movement that wishes to implement that system. As a theoretical social and economic system, communism would be a type of egalitarian society with no... communism.


The son of an unsuccessful businessman, he was born at Castres (Castras in Occitan) is a town and commune of Languedoc in south-western France. With a population of 61,760 inhabitants in the metropolitan area in 1999, Castres is the third-largest industrial hub of Midi-Pyrénées (a predominantly rural région) behind Toulouse... Castres ( Tarn (disambiguation). Tarn is a département in the Midi-Pyrénées région in the south-west of France, named after the Tarn River. Categories: France geography stubs | Départements of France ... Tarn) and educated at the Lycée Louis-le-Grand and the École normale supérieure. He took his degree as associate in Philosophy (from the Greek words philos and sophia meaning love of wisdom) is understood in different ways historically and by different philosophers. It, therefore, requires a meta-philosophy to adjudicate. Although it can be conceded that philosophy aims at some kind of understanding, knowledge or wisdom about fundamental matters such... philosophy in Events January - April January 16-24 ? Siege of Geok Tepe ? Russian troops under general Skobeleff defeat Turkomans January 25 - Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell form the Oriental Telephone Company February 5 - Phoenix, Arizona is incorporated. February 13 - First issue of the feminist newspaper La Citoyenne is published... 1881. After teaching philosophy for two years at the lycée of Albi is also a municipality in the comarca (county) of Garrigues, in Catalonia. Location within France Albi is a city and commune in southern France. It is the préfecture (capital) of the Tarn département, and is located on the Tarn River, 22 miles northeast of Toulouse... Albi (Tarn), he lectured at the The University of Toulouse is one of the oldest universities in Europe. Its formation was imposed on Count Raymond VII as a part of the Treaty of Paris in 1229 ending the crusade against the Albigensians. As he was suspected of sympathizing with the heretics, Raymond VII had to finance... University of Toulouse. He was elected republican deputy for the département of Tarn in 1885. In 1889, after unsuccessfully contesting Castres, he returned to his professional duties at The Capitole, the 18th century city hall of Toulouse and best known landmark in the city; in the foreground is the Place du Capitole, a hub of urban life at the very center of the city Toulouse (pronounced in standard French, in local Toulouse accent) ( Occitan: Tolosa, pronounced ) is a... Toulouse, where he took an active interest in municipal affairs, and helped to found the medical faculty of the university. He also prepared two theses for his doctorate in philosophy, De primis socialismi germanici lineamentis apud Lutherum, Kant, Fichte et Hegel (1891), and De la réalité du monde sensible.


In Events January-April January 28 - The Carnegie Institution is founded in Washington, DC with a $10 million gift from Andrew Carnegie. France, Loisys Lévangile et lEglise which inaugurates the Modernist Crisis February 11 - Police beat up universal suffrage demonstrators in Brussels. February 15 – Berlin underground opened... 1902 he gave energetic support to the miners of Carmaux who went out on strike in consequence of the dismissal of a socialist workman, Calvignac; and in the next year he was re-elected to the chamber as deputy for Albi. Although he was defeated at the election of 1898 was a common year starting on Saturday (see link for calendar). Events January January 1 - New York City annexes land from surrounding counties, creating the City of Greater New York. The city is geographically divided into five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island. January 13 - Emile... 1898 and was for four years outside the chamber, his eloquent speeches made him a force in politics as an intellectual champion of socialism. He edited the Petite Republique, and was one of the most energetic defenders of Alfred Dreyfus in an army uniform, wearing a mustache. Alfred Dreyfus (October 9, 1859–July 12, 1935) was a French military officer best known for being the focus of the Dreyfus affair. Born in Mulhouse, Alsace, France, Dreyfus was the youngest of seven children in the family of a... Alfred Dreyfus. He approved of the inclusion of Alexandre Millerand, French statesman Alexandre Millerand (February 10, 1859 _ April 7, 1943 at Versailles, France) was a French socialist and politician. He was president of France from September 23, 1920 to June 11, 1924 and Prime Minister of France January 20 to September 23, 1920 Born in Paris, he... Alexandre Millerand, the socialist, in the Pierre Marie René Ernest Waldeck-Rousseau (December 2, 1846 - August 20, 1904) was a French statesman. He was born at Nantes. His father, René Waldec-Rousseau (see below), a barrister at Nantes and a leader of the local republican party, figured in the revolution of 1848 as one of the... Waldeck-Rousseau ministry, though this led to a split with the more revolutionary section led by Jules Basile Guesde (November 11, 1845 - July 28, 1922) was a French socialist politician. Guesde Born in Paris, he began his career as a clerk in the French Home Office, but on the outbreak of the Franco-German War he was editing Les Droits de lhomme at Montpellier, and... Jules Guesde.

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In Events January-April January 28 - The Carnegie Institution is founded in Washington, DC with a $10 million gift from Andrew Carnegie. France, Loisys Lévangile et lEglise which inaugurates the Modernist Crisis February 11 - Police beat up universal suffrage demonstrators in Brussels. February 15 – Berlin underground opened... 1902 he was again returned as deputy for Albi, and during the Combes administration his influence secured the coherence of the radical-socialist coalition known as the bloc. In 1904 he founded the socialist paper, L'Humanité. The French socialist groups held a congress at Location within France Rouen (pronounced in French, sometimes also ) is the historical capital city of Normandy, in northern France, and presently the capital of the Upper Normandy région. Once one of the largest and most prosperous cities of medieval Europe, Rouen was the seat of the Exchequer of... Rouen in March 1905, which resulted in a new consolidation; the new party, headed by Jaurès and Guesde, ceased to co-operate with the radicals and radical-socialists, and became known as the unified socialists, pledged to advance a collectivist programme. At the general elections of 1906, Jaurès was again elected for the Tarn. His ability was now generally recognized; but the strength of the socialist party still had to reckon with the equally practical and vigorous liberalism of Georges Clemenceau (September 28, 1841 - November 24, 1929) was a French doctor, journalist and statesman. Clemenceau was born in Mouilleron-en-Pareds, in the département of Vendée, in France. In his early years in Paris, he was a political activist, publishing what was seen by the then government... Georges Clemenceau, who was able to appeal to his countrymen (in a notable speech in the spring of 1906) to rally to a radical programme which had no socialist See Utopia (disambiguation) for other meanings of this word Utopia, in its most common and general meaning, refers to a hypothetical perfect society. It has also been used to describe actual communities founded in attempts to create such a society. The adjective utopian is often used to refer to good... Utopia in view. Clemenceau's image as a strong and practical radical leader considerably diminished the effect of the socialist propaganda. Jaurès, in addition to his daily journalistic activity, published Les preuves; affaire Dreyfus (1900); Action socialiste (1899); Etudes socialistes (1902), and, with other collaborators, Histoire socialiste (1901), etc.


A committed Pacifism is opposition to the practice of war. Many (but not all) pacifists have a commitment to non-violence in general in society, making a commitment to achieving ones goals only through actively non-violent resistance or non-aggressive means. Other pacifists may not on principle be opposed to... pacifist who wished to prevent by diplomatic means what became the Ypres, 1917, in the vicinity of the Battle of Passchendaele. Battle aftermath. Remains of the Chateau Wood World War I, also known as the First World War, the Great War, the War of the Nations, and the War to End All Wars, was a world conflict occurring from 1914 to... First World War, Jean Jaurès was Jack Ruby murdered the assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, in a very public manner. In its most common use, assassination has come to mean the murder of an important person, although the term really refers to murder via stealth. An assassin — one who carries out the assassination — is usually... assassinated in a Paris café by Raoul Villain (1885-1936) assassinated the French socialist leader Jean Jaurès on the 31 August 1914 at the Paris café Le café du croissant in the Montmartre area around 21:40h, the day before mobilization for the First World War began. Incarcerated for the duration of the war, he... Raoul Villain, a young French nationalist who wanted war with Germany, on July 31 is the 212th day (213th in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 153 days remaining, as the final day of July. Events 1009 - Pietro Boccapecora becomes Pope Sergius IV 1423 - Hundred Years War: Battle of Cravant - The French army is defeated at Cravant on... July 31, 1914 is a common year starting on Thursday. (see link for calendar) Events January 4 - 77 seal hunters freeze to death on ice near Labrador. January 5 - Ford Motor Company announces an eight-hour workday and a minimum wage of $5 for a days labor. February 13 - Copyright: In... 1914, one day before the mobilizations that began the war.


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Jean Jaurés (1084 words)
Jean Jaurés, the son of an unsuccessful businessman, was born in Castres, France, on 3rd September, 1859.
Jaurés was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1885.
It should be explained that M. Jaures and his friends were sitting on a bench with their backs to the open window of the restaurant, and the shots were feed from the street through the window.
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