2h 6min, apr 29, 1792 y - Murder of General Dillon by His Own Troops
The French troops were largely untrained, undisciplined and lacked an experienced officer corps. The general sentiment at the time was that there were counterrevolutionary saboteurs, a rumor that led to soldiers mutinying and commanding officers being killed.
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French Revolution - 1792
(Robespierre, Danton, and Lafayette are listed earlier on th...