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  1. 5. Juli 2024 · Louis Philippe I (6 October 1773 – 26 August 1850), nicknamed the Citizen King, was King of the French from 1830 to 1848, and the penultimate monarch of France.

  2. 27. Juni 2024 · Biography of Louis-Philippe, king of the French from 1830 to 1848. His actions in the Affair of the Spanish Marriages led to a breach with liberal Britain and closer alliance with French conservatives. His inability to win the allegiance of the new industrial classes led to his fall from power.

  3. 5. Juli 2024 · The July Monarchy ( French: Monarchie de Juillet ), officially the Kingdom of France ( French: Royaume de France ), was a liberal constitutional monarchy in France under Louis Philippe I, starting on 26 July 1830, with the July Revolution of 1830, and ending 23 February 1848, with the Revolution of 1848.

  4. 27. Juni 2024 · The revolution that brought Louis-Philippe to power constituted a victory for the upper bourgeoisie over the aristocracy. The new ruler was titled Louis-Philippe, king of the French, instead of Philip VII, king of France.

  5. 29. Juni 2024 · Februar 1848 durch die Februarrevolution gestürzten französischen König Louis-Philippe I. politisches Asyl und stellte ihm Claremont House zur Verfügung.

  6. 12. Juni 2024 · In February 1848, following Prime Minister François Guizot ’s prohibition of the liberal campagne des banquets, Paris detonated in belligerent protest to the Orléanist regime under King Louis Philippe I, itself born of a revolution (the 1830 Trois Glorieuses ).

  7. 7. Juli 2024 · Belgium’s Prince Philippe, the second son of King Leopold I, was one of the most indolent aristocrats in 19th century Europe. He refused numerous foreign crowns, found politics boring and shunned the limelight. Monday, 16 January 2023. By Vincenzo De Meulenaere.