Who were considered as enemies of the republic by Robespierre?

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Maximilian Robespierre punished and sentenced to death all those persons whom he considered as enemies of the Republic, whether they were ex-nobles, clergy, and members of any political parties, including Jacobins.


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Jews and many of Germans who opposed robesphere
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Maximillan Robespierrw saw ex-nobles and clergy,members of other political parties and even members of his own party who didn't agree with his methods as enemies of the republic.They were arrested,imprisoned and then tried by a revolutionary tribunal.If they were found guilty they were guillotined.
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Maximillan Robespierrw saw ex-nobles and clergy,members of other political parties and even members of his own party who didn't agree with his methods as enemies of the republic.They were arrested,imprisoned and then tried by a revolutionary tribunal.If they were found guilty they were guillotined.
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Maximillan Robespierrw saw those ex-nobles and clergy,members of other political parties and even members of his own party who didn't agree with his methods as the enimies of his republic .They were arrested,imprisoned and then tried by a revolutionary tribunal.If they were found guilty or were against him , they were guillotined .
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Maximilien François Marie Isidore de Robespierre 6 May 1758 – 28 July 1794) was a French lawyer and politician, as well as one of the best known and most influential figures associated with the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror.

As a member of the Estates-General, the Constituent Assembly and the Jacobin Club, Robespierre was an outspoken advocate for the poor and for democratic institutions. He campaigned for universal male suffrage in France, price controls on basic food commodities and the abolition of slavery in the French colonies. He was an ardent opponent of the death penalty, but played an important role in arranging the execution of King Louis XVI, which led to the establishment of a French Republic.

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