Der Aufstand der Seidenweber in Lyon im November 1831 war der erste große soziale Aufstand zu Beginn des Industriezeitalters in Frankreich. Er wurde, wie zwei weitere in den Jahren 1834 und 1848 am selben Ort, durch eingesetztes Militär niedergeschlagen.

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  • Der Aufstand der Seidenweber in Lyon im November 1831 war der erste große soziale Aufstand zu Beginn des Industriezeitalters in Frankreich. Er wurde, wie zwei weitere in den Jahren 1834 und 1848 am selben Ort, durch eingesetztes Militär niedergeschlagen.
  • Major revolts by silk workers in Lyon in France, known collectively as the Canut revolts (French: Révolte des canuts), occurred in 1831, 1834 and 1848. They were among the first well-defined worker uprisings of the period known as the Industrial Revolution. The word Canut was a common term to describe to all Lyonnais silk workers.The First Canut revolt in 1831 was provoked by a bad economy and a resultant drop in silk prices, which caused a drop in workers' wages. In an effort to maintain their standard of living, the workers tried to see a minimum price imposed on silk. The refusal of the manufacturers to pay this price infuriated the workers, who went into open revolt. They seized the arsenal and repulsed the local national guard and military in a bloody battle, which left the insurgents in control of the town. The government sent Marshal Jean-de-Dieu Soult, a veteran of the Napoleonic Wars, at the head of an army of 20,000 to restore order. Soult was able to retake the town without any bloodshed, and without making any compromises with the workers. Though some workers were arrested, all were eventually acquitted. The revolt ended, with the minimum price abolished and with the workers no better off.The Second Canut revolt in 1834 occurred in a prosperous economy that had caused a surge in workers' wages. Owners saw these wages as too high, so they attempted to impose a wage decrease. This combined with laws that oppressed republican groups caused the workers to rebel. The government crushed the rebellion in a bloody battle, and deported or imprisoned 10,000 insurgents. A third insurrection occurred in 1848. Although it was as violent and was motivated by almost identical worker exploitation, 1848 was a year of revolution all over Europe and it did not acquire the same renown as that of 1831. Indeed, the revolt of 1831 encouraged many other worker revolts of the 19th century.
  • Лионское восстание (21 ноября — 1 декабря 1831 года) — восстание рабочих (преимущественно ткачей), недовольных налоговой политикой городских властей.
  • La rivolta dei Canut ("tessitori di seta") fu una sollevazione degli operai tessili di Lione avvenuta il 21 novembre 1831.Fu una delle prime rivolte sociali seguite alla rivoluzione industriale.Gli operai riuscirono in due giorni, trascinando con sé una parte della Guardia nazionale, a impadronirsi militarmente della città, abbandonata dal generale Roguet, comandante della divisione, e dal sindaco Prunelle.In seguito alla decisione presa dal presidente del consiglio Casimir Pierre Perier di una reazione energica, il maresciallo Soult, accompagnato dal duca d'Orléans partì per Lione alla testa di un'armata di 20.000 uomini, che penetrò in città senza colpo ferire il 3 dicembre e riuscì a ristabilire l'ordine.
  • Powstania tkaczy w Lyonie – bunty pracowników zakładów jedwabniczych w Lyonie w latach 1831 i 1834, w przededniu powstania ruchu robotniczego.
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  • Der Aufstand der Seidenweber in Lyon im November 1831 war der erste große soziale Aufstand zu Beginn des Industriezeitalters in Frankreich. Er wurde, wie zwei weitere in den Jahren 1834 und 1848 am selben Ort, durch eingesetztes Militär niedergeschlagen.
  • Лионское восстание (21 ноября — 1 декабря 1831 года) — восстание рабочих (преимущественно ткачей), недовольных налоговой политикой городских властей.
  • La rivolta dei Canut ("tessitori di seta") fu una sollevazione degli operai tessili di Lione avvenuta il 21 novembre 1831.Fu una delle prime rivolte sociali seguite alla rivoluzione industriale.Gli operai riuscirono in due giorni, trascinando con sé una parte della Guardia nazionale, a impadronirsi militarmente della città, abbandonata dal generale Roguet, comandante della divisione, e dal sindaco Prunelle.In seguito alla decisione presa dal presidente del consiglio Casimir Pierre Perier di una reazione energica, il maresciallo Soult, accompagnato dal duca d'Orléans partì per Lione alla testa di un'armata di 20.000 uomini, che penetrò in città senza colpo ferire il 3 dicembre e riuscì a ristabilire l'ordine.
  • Powstania tkaczy w Lyonie – bunty pracowników zakładów jedwabniczych w Lyonie w latach 1831 i 1834, w przededniu powstania ruchu robotniczego.
  • Major revolts by silk workers in Lyon in France, known collectively as the Canut revolts (French: Révolte des canuts), occurred in 1831, 1834 and 1848. They were among the first well-defined worker uprisings of the period known as the Industrial Revolution. The word Canut was a common term to describe to all Lyonnais silk workers.The First Canut revolt in 1831 was provoked by a bad economy and a resultant drop in silk prices, which caused a drop in workers' wages.
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