(1793), incident precipitated by the military adventurism of Citizen Edmond-Charles Genêt, a minister to the United Statesdispatched by the revolutionary Girondist regime of the new French Republic, which at the time was at war with Great Britain and Spain. His activities violated an American proclamation of neutrality in the European conflict and greatly embarrassed France's supporters in the United States.
Full of hate and intended anger
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The Treaty of Versailles
Hunger, anger, frustration, fear,
Edmond Genet died in 1917.
Edmond Genet, against direct orders from Washington, let a French-sponsored warship to sail out of Philadelphia. This angered Washington, and he demanded that Genet be recalled by France.
Edmond Charles Genet, often referred to as Citizen Genet, was a French minister who came to the United States in 1793. George Washington demanded he return to France when Genet was found to be handing out letters authorizing Americans to attack British trade vessels.
Edmond-Charles Genet was the French Ambassador in the United States during the French Revolution. He is called citizen Genet and he tried to recruit people to join the French and fight the British.
it was Edmond Genet
Their desire for neutrality
genet wanted to recruit american privateers to help france fight against britain
Born on January 8, 1763, Edmond-Charles Genet became the French ambassador to the US while the French Revolution was in progress. He passed away on July 14, 1834.
Edmond Genet was the french representative sent to the US to seek American support against Britain
Edmond-Charles Genet was a French ambassador to the United States during the French Revolution. He was sent to the United States to try to get their support for France's wars with Spain and Britain.
He tried to end US Neutrality during the French Revolution while he was the French Ambassador to the US.