Maximilien Robespierre was appointed to the Committee of Public Safety on July 26, 1793, thus beginning his reign of terror. The role of the Committee of Public Safety included the governance of war, the appointing of judges and juries for the Revolutionary Tribunal, the provisioning of the armies and the public, the maintenance of public order, and oversight of the state bureaucracy.
7 documents, including: LOUIS XVI. Document Signed ("Louis"), Versailles, December 19, 1786. * LOUIS XV. Document Signed secretarially, Versailles, March 13, 1743. * SANTERRE, ANTOINE JOSEPH. Letter Signed ("Santerre"), n.p., June 26, 1784. * Document Signed by JEAN-ANTOINE LOUIS "DU BAS-RHIN" and other members of the Committee of Public Safety, n.p., August 15, 1794. * PHILIPPE, DUKE OF ORLEANS. Document Signed ("Duc de Orleans"), May 6, 1789. All but the last framed, together with one…
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d'Herbois, Jean-Marie Collot aka Collot - A French actor/playwright. An ardent revolutionary, he became a member of the Committee of Public Safety during the Reign of Terror. He is credited with saving Madame Tussaud from the guillotine, but.