Georges Étiévant

(1865 - 1900)

Biography :

Georges Etiévant , born on June 8, 1865 in Paris and died in the Salvation Islands , in Guyana on February 6, 1900 , is an individualist anarchist in favor of propaganda by the fact .

The July 27 , 1892 , he was sentenced to five years in prison for the theft of the dynamite used in the Ravachol attacks. Despite Ravachol's denials, he was sentenced with three companions. His sentence served, he was again sentenced to five years for a series of articles published in Le Libertaire . Actively wanted, he stabs a policeman January 19 , 1898 . Sentenced to death on June 15 , 1898 , his sentence is commuted to forced labor for life. He died a few years later in a penal colony in Guyana .

From : Wikipedia.org.

Works :

Author of Declaration Before the Assize Court (November 30, 1919)

Author of First Declaration of Georges Étiévant (November 30, 1897)

Chronology :

June 08, 1865 : Georges Étiévant's Birth Day.
February 06, 1900 : Georges Étiévant's Death Day.
April 21, 2020 : Georges Étiévant's Added to http://www.RevoltLib.com.

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