Jean Paul Marat


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Jean Paul Marat

Jean Paul Marat Death

Jean-Paul passed away on July 13, 1793 at the age of 50 in Paris, France. Jean-Paul's cause of death was killed by charlotte corday.

Jean Paul Marat death quick facts:
  • When did Jean Paul Marat die?

    July 13, 1793
  • How did Jean Paul Marat die? What was the cause of death?

    Killed by charlotte corday
  • How old was Jean Paul Marat when died?

  • Where did Jean Paul Marat die? What was the location of death?

    Paris, France

Jean Paul Marat Birthday and Date of Death

Jean Paul Marat was born on May 24, 1743 and died on July 13, 1793. Jean-Paul was 50 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: May 24, 1743
Date of Death: July 13, 1793
Age at Death: 50

Is Jean Paul Marat's father, Giovanni Mara, dead or alive?

Giovanni Mara's information is not available now.

Is Jean Paul Marat's mother, Louise Cabrol, dead or alive?

Louise Cabrol's information is not available now.

Jean Paul Marat - Biography

Jean-Paul Marat was a Prussian-born physician, political theorist, and scientist best known for his career in France as a radical journalist and politician during the French Revolution. His journalism was renowned for its fiery character and uncompromising stance toward "enemies of the revolution" and basic reforms for the poorest members of society. Marat was one of the more extreme voices of the French Revolution and he became a vigorous defender of the sans-culottes; he broadcast his views through impassioned public speaking, essay writing, and newspaper journalism, which carried his message throughout France. Marat's radical denunciations of counter-revolutionaries supported much of the violence that occurred during the wartime phases of the French Revolution. His constant persecution of "enemies of the people," consistent condemnatory message, and uncanny prophetic powers brought him the trust of the populace and made him their unofficial link to the radical Jacobin group that came to power in June 1793. For the two months leading up to the downfall of the Girondin faction in June, he was one of the three most important men in France, alongside Georges Danton and Maximilien Robespierre. He was murdered in his bathtub by Charlotte Corday, a Girondin supporter.