1807 – Born on the 10th of November.
1830 – He joined a theater company in Cologne and started writing politically motivated poetry and plays.
1832 – He came in touch with humanist and liberal circles.
1839 – Blum became a leading figure in Saxony’s national-liberal circles.
1845 – Organized the first German-catholic synod in Leipzig that marked the beginning of Germany’s humanist free religious movement.
1848 – He was sent to Frankfurt to join the National Assembly.
– In October Blum joined the revolutionary forces.
– He was arrested on 4th of November and executed on 9th of November.
– His death became a symbol for the vainness of Germany’s rebellion.