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|birth = 27 July 1768<br>Saint-Saturnin-les-Ligneries, [[France|Kingdom of France]]
 
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'''Charlotte Corday''' (27 July 1768 – 17 July 1793) was a figure of the [[French Revolution]]. She was a minor noblewoman and a member of the [[Girondists]] of the [[National Convention]]. In 1793, she planned to assassinate the anti-Girondist pamphleteer, [[Jean-Paul Marat]], to end his persecution of the Girondists. Corday pretended that she was going to rat out her fellow Girondists and entered a room where Marat sat in his medicinal bath, stabbing him with a kitchen knife and killing him. [[Arno Dorian]] later investigated Marat's death, and Corday was executed by [[guillotine]] on 17 July 1793.
 
'''Charlotte Corday''' (27 July 1768 – 17 July 1793) was a figure of the [[French Revolution]]. She was a minor noblewoman and a member of the [[Girondists]] of the [[National Convention]]. In 1793, she planned to assassinate the anti-Girondist pamphleteer, [[Jean-Paul Marat]], to end his persecution of the Girondists. Corday pretended that she was going to rat out her fellow Girondists and entered a room where Marat sat in his medicinal bath, stabbing him with a kitchen knife and killing him. [[Arno Dorian]] later investigated Marat's death, and Corday was executed by [[guillotine]] on 17 July 1793.
   

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"I kill one man to save a hundred thousand. There is no turning back."
―Charlotte Corday, admitting to Marat's murder, 1793.[src]
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Charlotte Corday

Charlotte Corday (27 July 1768 – 17 July 1793) was a figure of the French Revolution. She was a minor noblewoman and a member of the Girondists of the National Convention. In 1793, she planned to assassinate the anti-Girondist pamphleteer, Jean-Paul Marat, to end his persecution of the Girondists. Corday pretended that she was going to rat out her fellow Girondists and entered a room where Marat sat in his medicinal bath, stabbing him with a kitchen knife and killing him. Arno Dorian later investigated Marat's death, and Corday was executed by guillotine on 17 July 1793.

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