HistoryWho wrote the national anthem “La Marseillaise”?

Who wrote the national anthem "La Marseillaise"?


  1. A
    John Locke
  2. B
    Jacques Rousseau
  3. C
    Voltaire
  4. D
    Roget de L‘isle  

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    La Marseillaise is the name of France's national anthem was written after the French soldiers returned from battle victorious. It is patriotic since many of the lyrics praise the military personnel. Strasbourg-based composer Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle created the music during the French invasion of Austria in 1792. The song's original title, "War Song for the Rhine Army," translates to "Chant de Guerre for the Rhine Army." It is a hymn of patriotism and the anthem of freedom. It was first chanted in Marseille before parading. It was established as a result of French patriotism and struggle.
     
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