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Definitions

  1. The July Monarchy (1830-1848) was a period of liberal monarchy rule of France under Louis-Philippe.
  2. The July Monarchy was a frank plutocracy run by the upper bourgeoisie.
  3. The July Monarchy, the regime of Louis Philippe, was dominated by the well-to-do landed proprietors and a few wealthy businessmen and bankers.

Paris

  1. In 1840 the first ‘communist banquet’ was held in Paris - banquets and banquet speeches were a common form of political protest under the July monarchy.

Throne

  1. Because of the constant threats to the throne, the July Monarchy began to rule with a stronger and stronger hand.

Years

  1. During the years of the July Monarchy, enfranchisement roughly doubled, from 94,000 under Charles X to more than 200,000 by 1848 [ citation needed].

Dominant

  1. Louis-Philippe's "July Monarchy" (1830–1848) is generally seen as a period during which the haute bourgeoisie was dominant.

Revolution

  1. The resulting regime, known as the July monarchy, lasted until the Revolution of 1848. (Web site)

Second Republic

  1. His ineptness and rightist actions led his "July Monarchy" to the French revolution of 1848 and the Second Republic.
  2. In 1830, a civil uprising established the constitutional July Monarchy followed by the Second Republic in 1848.

France

  1. At the time of composition, the July monarchy had liberalised religious practices in France. (Web site)

Louis-Philippe

  1. This king was not to be found until Louis-Philippe 's reign during the July Monarchy. (Web site)
  2. Louis-Philippe ascended to the throne during the July Revolution; some historians treat the resulting July Monarchy as a separate period in French history. (Web site)

July Monarchy

  1. Louis-Philippe 's "July Monarchy" (1830–1848) is generally seen as a period during which the haute bourgeoisie was dominant.
  2. The July Monarchy, however, remained a time of turmoil. (Web site)

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  1. Louis-Philippe
  2. Second Republic
  3. Bourgeoisie
  4. Turmoil
  5. Dominant
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