L’expression de Terreur blanche a une origine qui reste très incertaine.

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  • L’expression de Terreur blanche a une origine qui reste très incertaine. Elle caractérise deux épisodes dans l’histoire de France : en 1795, dans le Midi, certains partisans royalistes pourchassent et massacrent les jacobins responsables de la Terreur « rouge » en place les années précédentes.Cependant, à la fin de l’année 1815, après la chute définitive de Napoléon, elle est utilisée par les bonapartistes et les anciens révolutionnaires pour désigner les sanctions et les mesures d'éviction prises contre certains d'entre eux.
  • «Белый террор» (фр. Terreur blanche) — так называется ряд жестокостей и насилий, совершенных во Франции роялистами в 1815—1816 годах под белым знаменем Бурбонов.
  • Biały terror - fala represji dokonywanych przez rojalistów na osobach podejrzewanych o sympatie rewolucyjne lub bonapartystowskie po ostatecznym upadku Napoleona I, głównie na południu Francji.
  • The Second White Terror occurred in France in 1815. Following the return of Louis XVIII to power, people suspected of having ties with the governments of the French Revolution or of Napoleon suffered arrest and execution. Marshal Brune was killed in Avignon, and General Jean-Pierre Ramel was assassinated in Toulouse. These actions struck fear in the population, persuading liberal and moderate electors (48,000 of 72,000 total permitted by the census suffrage) to vote for the ultra-royalists. Of 402 members, the first Chamber of the Restoration was composed of 350 ultra-royalists; the king himself thus named it the Chambre introuvable ("the Unobtainable Chamber"), called as such because the Chamber was "more royalist than the king" (plus royalistes que le roi), in Louis XVIII's words. The Chamber voted, sentencing Marshal Ney and the Comte de la Bédoyère to death for treason, while 250 people were given prison sentences and some others exiled, including Joseph Fouché, Lazare Carnot, and Cambacérès.
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  • L’expression de Terreur blanche a une origine qui reste très incertaine.
  • «Белый террор» (фр. Terreur blanche) — так называется ряд жестокостей и насилий, совершенных во Франции роялистами в 1815—1816 годах под белым знаменем Бурбонов.
  • Biały terror - fala represji dokonywanych przez rojalistów na osobach podejrzewanych o sympatie rewolucyjne lub bonapartystowskie po ostatecznym upadku Napoleona I, głównie na południu Francji.
  • The Second White Terror occurred in France in 1815. Following the return of Louis XVIII to power, people suspected of having ties with the governments of the French Revolution or of Napoleon suffered arrest and execution. Marshal Brune was killed in Avignon, and General Jean-Pierre Ramel was assassinated in Toulouse. These actions struck fear in the population, persuading liberal and moderate electors (48,000 of 72,000 total permitted by the census suffrage) to vote for the ultra-royalists.
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  • Terreur blanche de 1815
  • Biały terror (Francja)
  • Second White Terror
  • Белый террор (Франция)
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