Claire Lacombe articles on Wikipedia
Claire Lacombe
Claire Lacombe (4 August 1765-?) was an actress in her early life, but is best known for her contributions during the French Revolution. Though it was
Apr 23rd 2017



Lacombe
football (soccer) player Brigitte Lacombe (b. 1950), French photographer Claire Lacombe b. 1765, Woman of the French Revolution Emile Henry Lacombe (1846-1924)
May 1st 2014



Georges Lacombe (painter)
Georges Lacombe (18 June 1868 – 29 June 1916) was a French sculptor and painter. Born to a distinguished family of Versailles, he received his artistic
Nov 27th 2016



Claire (given name)
Australian actress Claire Hooper (born 1976), Australian comedian Claire Lacombe (born 1765), French actress Claire Martin (writer) (born 1914), pseudonym
Apr 21st 2017



Pauline Léon
Republican Women (Societe des Republicaines-Revolutionnaires) along with Lacombe Claire Lacombe and became its president on 9 July 1793. Leon and Lacombe both held
Mar 27th 2017



Red Rosa
Red Rosa may refer to: Claire Lacombe (b. 1765), French actress Rosa Luxemburg (1871–1919), Polish Marxist theorist, socialist philosopher, and revolutionary
Dec 23rd 2015



Enragés
benefit the poor. Jacques Roux, Jean Varlet, Theophile Leclerc, and Claire Lacombe, the primary leaders of the Enrages, were strident critics of the Convention
Mar 21st 2017



Jean Théophile Victor Leclerc
Jacobian leniency. In 1793, he married Pauline Leon, who together with Claire Lacombe had founded the Societe des Republicaines Revolutionnaires a radical
Jan 2nd 2017



Michèle Fabien
Sara Z (1982) Notre Sade (1985) Tausk (1987) Adget et Berenice (1989) Claire Lacombe (1989) Berty.Albrecht (1989) Dejanire (1995) Charlotte (1999) Maison
Jun 12th 2016



List of French directors
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Jun 12th 2016



Les Nabis
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Apr 25th 2017



The Little Prince (Lost)
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Apr 20th 2017



Society of Revolutionary Republican Women
marked the beginning of the end for the Society. On this day in 1793, Claire Lacombe, then president of the Society, was publicly denounced by the Jacobins
Mar 27th 2017



Jordi Bernet
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Apr 26th 2017



Annie Ducaux
Ducaux Annie Ducaux (10 September 1908 – 31 December 1996) was a French actress, who appeared in 40 film and television productions between 1932 and 1980. Ducaux
Mar 9th 2017



Aurore Clément
Aurore Clement (born 12 October 1945) is a French actress who has appeared in French language and English language motion pictures and television productions
Feb 24th 2017



Fédéré
who displayed outstanding conduct in the assault – Louise Reine Audu, Claire Lacombe, and TheroigneTheroigne de Mericourt. The term "Federations" was revived during
Oct 1st 2016



Oued Merguellil
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Jan 22nd 2017



1982 in France
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Mar 18th 2017



94.1 FM
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Mar 30th 2017



Roman du terroir
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Feb 15th 2017



List of museums in Louisiana
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Mar 8th 2017



The Lazarus Effect (2010 film)
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Jan 12th 2017



1765
Jean-Baptiste Drouet, Comte d'Erlon, French marshal (d. 1844) August 4Claire Lacombe, French actress and political activist. August 21King William IV
Feb 19th 2017



Lauderdale, Edmonton
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Apr 2nd 2017



French Syndicate of Cinema Critics
French-Syndicate">The French Syndicate of Cinema Critics (French: Syndicat francais de la critique de cinema et des films de television) has awarded 4 prizes ("Prix de la
Aug 16th 2016



Militant feminism in the French Revolution
Revolutionary Republican Women which was founded by Leon and her colleague Claire Lacombe on May 10, 1793. The goal of the club was "to deliberate on the means
Apr 2nd 2017



Carlingue
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Apr 10th 2017



National Order of Quebec
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Apr 26th 2017



Women in the French Revolution
Revolutionary Republican Women, which was founded by Leon and her colleague, Claire Lacombe on 10 May 1793. The goal of the club was "to deliberate on the means
Apr 27th 2017



List of French film directors
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Sep 10th 2016



Patrick Modiano
"Modiano" redirects here. For other uses, see Modiano (disambiguation). Jean Patrick Modiano (French: [ʒɑ̃ patʁik mɔdjano]; born 30 July 1945), generally
Apr 8th 2017



Nébias
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Jan 30th 2017



André Andrejew
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Jan 7th 2017



Feminism in France
the execution of the Girondins. In February 1793, Pauline Leon and Claire Lacombe created the exclusively-female Societe des republicaines revolutionnaires
Apr 22nd 2017



University of Neuchâtel
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Mar 9th 2017



Parks Canada
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Mar 6th 2017



Montreal municipal election, 1990
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Apr 19th 2017



R v Butler
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Jul 29th 2016



New Waveland Cafe and Clinic
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Apr 4th 2017



Urban Sax
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Feb 12th 2016



1988 in film
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Apr 25th 2017



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Apr 27th 2017



James Garvey (Louisiana politician)
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Apr 17th 2017



French presidential election, 2017
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Apr 28th 2017



Francis Poulenc
Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc (French: [fʁɑ̃sis ʒɑ̃ maʁsɛl pulɛ̃k]; 7 January 1899 – 30 January 1963) was a French composer and pianist. His compositions
Apr 29th 2017



Methane
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Apr 28th 2017



Alberta
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Apr 28th 2017



Azille
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Mar 1st 2017



CTrain
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Mar 21st 2017





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