The Guillotine decapitation

A French doctor named Joseph Ignace Guillotin gave his name to the world-famous beheading machine.

Thousands of people were killed during the French Revolution using the guillotine. Among them were King Louis and the Queen of France. Similar cutting machines are used in Germany and Persia. It is said to have been used in Scotland and Italy for a long time.

Strangely enough, this beheading machine was not invented by the Guillotines. Guillotin was a member of the French Revolution and an abolitionist group. Guillotin advised the organization to execute in the most painful (swift and painless) way before the death penalty could be abolished.

The French Revolution accepted Guillotin’s suggestion, and in 1791, a German scientist named Tobias Schmidt was paid 960 French francs to make a sample beheading machine.

First, the sheep and cow They try to kill people with dead bodies. On April 25, 1792, Nicolas Jacques Pelletie was the first to be executed with this beheading machine.

Originally, the scalping machine was called Louisette, and later it was called la gallotine by many people, so French scalping machines were called “gallotine”.

The last person to be executed by guillotine in France was Eugene Weimann, who was executed on June 17, 1939.

The last person to be executed by guillotine was Hamida Djandoubi, who was executed on September 10, 1977, in Marseilles.