Ephemeris of March 21

Ephemeris of March 21

1918: The Germans launch an offensive in France which announces a vast series of attacks until July and which will lead in particular to the second defeat of the Ladies' Way in June for the Allies.
1884: Under the impetus of the Minister of the Interior René Waldeck-Rousseau, the deputies vote a law which recognizes the unions.
1804: The law of 30 Ventôse year XII establishes the Civil Code. Wanted by the First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte, this collection of texts establishes a unique legal arsenal which applies throughout the territory and for all French people.
1804: Wishing to put an end to any hint of conspiracy among the royalists, Napoleon had the Duke of Enghien emigrated to Germany. Summarily judged by a council of war, the duke is executed on the spot.



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