Hanriot, FrançoisAlternative names
François Hanriot (1761-1794) was a leader of the French Revolution who played a vital role in the insurrection and the fall of the Girondins. He was elected by the Commune as the permanent Commander of the Armed Forces of Paris in July 1793. He was executed on July 28, 1794, after a failed attempt to rescue Robespierre.
From the description of François Hanriot order : [Paris, 4 May 1794?] (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 432364161
From the description of Order signed : [Paris], to Citizen Thibaut, 1793 July 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270510981
|creatorOf||Hanriot, François, 1761-1794. Order signed : [Paris], to Citizen Thibaut, 1793 July 5.||Pierpont Morgan Library.|
|creatorOf||Hanriot, François, 1761-1794. François Hanriot order : [Paris, 4 May 1794?]||UC Berkeley Libraries|
|creatorOf||Sermisy, Claudin de, ca. 1490-1562. [Modern transcriptions and editions in score by Gaston Allaire of masses, motets, and chansons of Sermisy, Allaire, Festa, Hesdin, Richafort, Gascogne, Consilium, Le Heurteur, Févin, and others]||HCL Technical Services, Harvard College Library|
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