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Bonapartists

  1. The only remaining Bonapartist claimants since 1879, and today, have been the descendants of Jerome and Catherine of W--rttemburg in the male line. (Web site)
  2. The Band_of_the_10th_of_December was a secret Bonapartist society organized mainly from among lumpen proletariat, opportunists, military leaders, etc. (Web site)
  3. This was followed by the Thermidorian reaction and the Bonapartist counter-revolution. (Web site)
  4. Already the Moscovite journals repeat the language of the Bonapartist journals of the War of 1866. (Web site)
  5. Thus, even before war operations had actually set in, we treated the Bonapartist bubble as a thing of the past. (Web site)

Regime

  1. In their period of decay and decline, Trotsky referred to the regimes of Hitler and Mussolini as Bonapartist regimes. (Web site)
  2. However, for Comrade Frank's benefit, this does not make a Kerensky regime a Bonapartist regime. (Web site)
  3. It is difficult to understand why Comrade Frank stops at 1934 to trace Bonapartist regimes in France. (Web site)
  4. Napoleon, Louis Napoleon, von Schleicher and Papen, Petain, and the fascist-regimes-become-Bonapartist - all were Bonapartist regimes. (Web site)

Bonaparte

  1. The honey bee was a prominent political symbol in the empire of Napoleon Bonaparte, representing the Bonapartist bureaucratic and political system.
  2. It follows that Gouin is Bonaparte and the government which will follow also will be Bonapartist. (Web site)

Napoleon

  1. Napoleon later had Pauline married to a Bonapartist member of the rich Borghese family, Camillo Borghese.
  2. Main article: Bonapartist any of the 19th-century supporters of Napoleon I and Napoleon III and of their political theories and policies. (Web site)
  3. Furthermore, the death of the Duke of Reichstadt (Napoleon II) on 22 July 1832, in Vienna, marked another defeat for the Bonapartist opposition.

Regime Bonapartist

  1. Raymond Hinnebusch has characterized Hafez al-Asad 's regime in Syria as Bonapartist.
  2. Trotsky said that the Petain regime was Bonapartist. (Web site)
  3. If one declares a regime Bonapartist, then the specific features of the regime must be brought out. (Web site)
  4. Pierre Frank's confusion is further exposed by his triumphant declaration that the Petain regime was Bonapartist. (Web site)
  5. Many citations could be given to show the conditional nature of the characterisation of the Kerensky regime as Bonapartist. (Web site)

Coup

  1. As is well known, this attempted Bonapartist coup was defeated by the masses, where the communists and socialists participated in a general strike. (Web site)
  2. B. The coup d'etat, by Louis Bonaparte on December 2, 1851, which marked the beginning of the Bonapartist regime of the Second Empire. (Web site)
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