Armand Marrast

Armand Marrast ( born June 5, 1801 in Saint- Gaudens, † March 10, 1852 in Paris) was a French journalist.

Marrast was very early teacher of eloquence at the Collège to Orthez and went in 1827 to Paris, where he appeared as a journalist.

At the July Revolution of 1830, he took an active part and was then Upper editor of the Tribune, the most passionate member of the Republican Party. In April of 1834, involved process, he escaped from prison in 1835 to London, where he edited with Jacques François Dupont de Bussac the unfinished Fastes de la révolution française (1835 ).

Returned a result of the amnesty in 1838 to France, he took over the overall management of the nation and in February 1848 was a member of the provisional government, and in March mayor of Paris.

In the Constituent Assembly, which he had been elected from four departments, he ran from July 1848 to May 1849 the Bureau and had the largest share of the conclusion of the new republican constitution. Then he stepped back into private life, and died 1852.

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  • Mayor (Paris)
  • Newspaper journalist
  • Frenchman
  • Born in 1801
  • Died in 1852
  • Man