Execution of the Robespierrists, 28 July 1794

Illustration

Harrison W. Mark
by Bibliothèque nationale de France
published on 28 October 2022

Execution of Maximilien Robespierre and his allies including Louis-Antoine Saint-Just, Georges Couthon, Augustin Robespierre, and Francois Hanriot on 28 July 1794, considered to be the end of the Reign of Terror. Couthon is being beheaded; Robespierre can be seen in the cart, wearing a top hat with a bandage pressed to his jaw. His brother, Augustin, is the figure being led up the scaffold.

National Library of France, Paris.

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