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This Day In History. HISTORY Podcasts. History at Home. Shows This Day In History Schedule Topics Stories. Its origins date back to the Middle Ages.

It was originally developed as a more humane method of execution. Guillotine executions were major spectator events.

Guillotine operators were national celebrities. Scientists conducted gruesome studies on the heads of the condemned.

It was used for executions in Nazi Germany. It was last used in the s. France , country of northwestern Europe.

Historically and culturally among the most important nations in the Western world, France has also played a highly significant role in international affairs, with former colonies in every corner of the globe.

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Andere Vorläufer sind das Fallbeil von Halifax engl. Bekannte Persönlichkeiten, die vor dem Auf einem Holzschnitt aus den Martyrien der Apostel , c von Lucas Cranach dem Älteren wird der heilige Matthias mit einem einfach konstruierten Fallbeil enthauptet.

Heinrich Aldegrever skizziert in einer fiktiven Radierung, wie Titus Manlius Imperiosus Torquatus seinen Sohn mit einer Mannaia, einer Vorläuferin der Guillotine, enthauptet.

Guillotin reichte am Oktober für eine geplante Beratung über ein neues Strafgesetzbuch und des Strafvollzug sechs Artikel [3] ein, unter anderem einen Antrag auf Einführung eines mechanischen Enthauptungsgeräts, um grausame und entehrende Hinrichtungsarten abzuschaffen.

Unterstützt wurde er dabei durch den Henker von Paris, Charles Henri Sanson , der die Nachteile der Enthauptung mit dem Schwert plastisch beschrieb.

Am März legte Louis einen Entwurf vor, der das Fallbeil von Halifax zum Vorbild hatte. März wurde dem Antrag stattgegeben. Die Debatte um die später so genannte Guillotine war von einem leidenschaftlichen Streit um die Todesstrafe begleitet.

Er hatte lediglich dessen Einführung und Gebrauch aus humanitären Gründen empfohlen. Seine Nachfahren nahmen einen anderen Namen an.

Als er dann jedoch die Versuche mit Leichen fortsetzte, wurde der Hals nicht immer vollständig durchtrennt.

Erst durch Erhöhung des Gewichts und die Einführung der abgeschrägten Schneide, die der Guillotine ihre charakteristische Form gibt und den Trennvorgang zum Schneidevorgang macht, arbeitete das Gerät einwandfrei.

Schon bei den ersten Modellen gab es auch den Tisch oder die Wippe französisch bascule , ein Brett, auf das der Hinzurichtende bäuchlings festgeschnallt wurde und das dann nach vorn in die Waagerechte geklappt wurde.

Somit wurde der Kopf zwischen die Pfosten der Guillotine auf die Halsauflage untere Lünette gebracht, die dann mit dem nach unten verschiebbaren Gegenstück verriegelt wurde.

Volkstümliche Spitznamen waren le rasoir national das nationale Rasiermesser und la raccourcisseuse die Kurzmacherin.

Während der Französischen Revolution wurde die Guillotine per Dekret der Nationalversammlung vom März als einziges Hinrichtungswerkzeug eingeführt.

Die Hintergründe sind verschiedener Natur. Zum einen sollte die Maschine die zahlreichen Hinrichtungen rationalisieren. Ferner sollte die Hinrichtung für die Betroffenen schmerzfrei gemacht werden, denn zuvor brauchte ein Henker mit einem von Hand geführten Beil unter Umständen mehrere Schläge.

Für den Namensgeber Guillotin waren humanitäre Gründe ausschlaggebend. Er meinte, dass man den Verurteilten die Angst vor dem Sterben nicht nehmen könne, wohl aber die Qualen der Hinrichtung selbst begrenzen.

Die Folter und besonders grausame Hinrichtungsmethoden wie das Rädern sollten mit der Guillotine abgeschafft werden.

Tatsächlich gibt es jedoch Berichte, nach denen bei den während der Französischen Revolution benutzten Modellen bisweilen erst nach mehreren Durchgängen der Kopf vollständig abgetrennt werden konnte — so auch bei der Hinrichtung Ludwigs XVI.

Mit der Guillotine wurden alle Hinrichtungen vereinheitlicht. Als erster Mensch wurde am The Halifax Gibbet was a wooden structure consisting of two wooden uprights, capped by a horizontal beam, of a total height of 4.

The blade was an axe head weighing 3. This device was mounted on a large square platform 1. It is not known when the Halifax Gibbet was first used; the first recorded execution in Halifax dates from , but that execution may have been by sword, ax, or gibbet.

The machine remained in use until Oliver Cromwell forbade capital punishment for petty theft. It was used for the last time, for the execution of two criminals on a single day, on 30 April A Hans Weiditz woodcut illustration from the edition of Petrarch's De remediis utriusque fortunae, or Remedies for Both Good and Bad Fortune shows a device similar to the Halifax Gibbet in the background being used for an execution.

Holinshed's Chronicles of included a picture of "The execution of Murcod Ballagh near Merton in Ireland in " showing a similar execution machine, suggesting its early use in Ireland.

The Maiden was constructed in for the Provost and Magistrates of Edinburgh , and was in use from April to One of those executed was James Douglas, 4th Earl of Morton , in , and a publication began circulating the legend that Morton himself commissioned the Maiden after he had seen the Halifax Gibbet.

For a period of time after its invention, the guillotine was called a louisette. However, it was later named after French physician and Freemason Joseph-Ignace Guillotin , who proposed on 10 October the use of a special device to carry out executions in France in a more humane manner.

A death penalty opponent, he was displeased with the breaking wheel and other common and gruesome methods of execution and sought to convince Louis XVI of France to implement a less painful alternative.

While not the device's inventor, Guillotin's name ultimately became an eponym for it. The beliefs that Guillotin invented the device, and was later executed by it are not true.

French surgeon and physiologist Antoine Louis , together with German engineer Tobias Schmidt , built a prototype for the guillotine.

According to the memoires of the French executioner Charles-Henri Sanson , Louis XVI suggested the use of a straight, angled blade instead of a curved one.

On 10 October , physician Joseph-Ignace Guillotin proposed to the National Assembly that capital punishment should always take the form of decapitation "by means of a simple mechanism.

Sensing the growing discontent, Louis XVI banned the use of the breaking wheel. A committee formed under Antoine Louis , physician to the King and Secretary to the Academy of Surgery.

The group was influenced by beheading devices used elsewhere in Europe, such as the Italian Mannaia or Mannaja, which had been used since Roman times , the Scottish Maiden , and the Halifax Gibbet 3.

Laquiante, an officer of the Strasbourg criminal court, [14] designed a beheading machine and employed Tobias Schmidt, a German engineer and harpsichord maker, to construct a prototype.

France's official executioner, Charles-Henri Sanson , claimed in his memoirs that King Louis XVI an amateur locksmith recommended that the device employ an oblique blade rather than a crescent one, lest the blade not be able to cut through all necks; the neck of the king, who would eventually die by guillotine years later, was offered up discreetly as an example.

All citizens condemned to die were from then on executed there, until the scaffold was moved on 21 August to the Place du Carrousel. In France, before the invention of the guillotine, members of the nobility were beheaded with a sword or an axe, which often took two or more blows to kill the condemned.

The condemned or their families would sometimes pay the executioner to ensure that the blade was sharp in order to achieve a quick and relatively painless death.

Commoners were usually hanged, which could take many minutes. String Them Up! The revolutionary radicals hanged officials and aristocrats from street lanterns and also employed more gruesome methods of execution, such as the wheel or burning at the stake.

Having only one method of civil execution for all regardless of class was also seen as an expression of equality among citizens. The guillotine was then the only civil legal execution method in France until the abolition of the death penalty in , [21] apart from certain crimes against the security of the state, or for the death sentences passed by military courts, [22] which entailed execution by firing squad.

Louis Collenot d'Angremont was a royalist famed for having been the first guillotined for his political ideas, on 21 August During the Reign of Terror June to July about 17, people were guillotined.

Former King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette were executed at the guillotine in Towards the end of the Terror in , revolutionary leaders such as Georges Danton , Saint-Just and Maximilien Robespierre were sent to the guillotine.

The machine was moved several times, to the Place de la Nation and the Place de la Bastille , but returned, particularly for the execution of the King and for Robespierre.

For a time, executions by guillotine were a popular form of entertainment that attracted great crowds of spectators, with vendors selling programs listing the names of the condemned.

After the French Revolution , executions resumed in the city center. On 4 February , the guillotine was moved behind the Church of Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie , just before being moved again, to the Grande Roquette prison , on 29 November The executioner had "pawned his guillotine, and got into woeful trouble for alleged trafficking in municipal property".

The last public guillotining in France was of Eugen Weidmann , who was convicted of six murders. He was beheaded on 17 June outside the prison Saint-Pierre, rue Georges Clemenceau 5 at Versailles , which is now the Palais de Justice.

Numerous issues with the proceedings arose: inappropriate behavior by spectators, incorrect assembly of the apparatus, and secret cameras filming video and photographing the execution from several storeys above.

In response, the French government ordered that future executions be conducted in the prison courtyard in private. The guillotine remained the official method of execution in France until the death penalty was abolished in Djandoubi's death marked the final occasion that the guillotine would ever be employed as an execution method by any government in the world.

In Germany , the guillotine is known as the Fallbeil "falling axe" and was used in various German states from the 19th century onwards, [ citation needed ] becoming the preferred method of execution in Napoleonic times in many parts of the country.

The guillotine and the firing squad were the legal methods of execution during the era of the German Empire — and the Weimar Republic — The original German guillotines resembled the French Berger model, but they eventually evolved into sturdier and more efficient machines.

Built primarily of metal instead of wood, these new guillotines had heavier blades than their French predecessors and thus could use shorter uprights as well.

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