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Citizen-king: the life of Louis-Philippe, King of the French.
T. E. B. Howarth
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With the Revolution of came hope for more liberty, in the person of the “Citizen King” Louis Philippe (–), who had pledged to protect freedom of the press. It didn’t take long.
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Following the July Revolution, Louis-Philippe became the country's "citizen king" in A repressive ruler, he was forced to abdicate the throne in Born: A riveting introduction to Louis-Philippe's life, character, and to the wider issues which then divided France, this is a marvelously well written but also scholarly account - and given the extraordinary and unlikely life of this king, it is a page-turner!5/5(1).
Citizen-king: the life of Louis-Philippe, King of the French. London, Eyre & Spottiswoode  (OCoLC) Named Person: Louis Philippe, King of the French; Louis Philippe, King of the French: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Named Person: Louis Philippe, King of the French; Louis Philippe, King of the French: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: T E B Howarth.
Louis-Philippe, also called (–) Louis-Philippe, duc d’Orléans, byname Citizen King, French Roi Citoyen, (born October 6,Paris, France—died AugClaremont, Surrey, England), king of the French from to ; having based his rule on the support of the upper bourgeoisie, he ultimately fell from power because he could not win the allegiance of.
Louis Philippe and the July Monarchy () Collingham, H.A.C. The July Monarchy: A Political History of France, – (Longman, ) Howarth, T.E.B. Citizen-King: The Life of Louis Philippe, King of the French ().
Jardin, Andre, and Andre-Jean Tudesq. Restoration and Reaction – (The Cambridge History of Modern France) ()Predecessor: Charles X, as King of France. Louis Philippe and the July Monarchy () Collingham, H.A.C.
The July Monarchy: A Political History of France, – (Longman, ) Howarth, T.E.B. Citizen-King: The Life of Louis Philippe, King of the French (). Jardin, Andre, and Andre-Jean Tudesq. Restoration and Reaction – (The Cambridge History of Modern France) (). Citizen-king: the life of Louis-Philippe, King of the French.
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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Louis Philippe (lwē fēlēp´), –, king of the French (–48), known before his accession as Louis Philippe, duc d' son of Philippe Égalité (see Orléans, Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'), he joined the army of the French Revolution, but deserted () with Gen.
Charles François gh in exile for the next 20 years, he did not collaborate with. Louis Philippe and the July Monarchy () Collingham, H.A.C. The July Monarchy: A Political History of France, – (Longman, ) Howarth, T.E.B. Citizen-King: The Life of Louis Philippe, King of the French ().
Newman, Edgar Leon, and Robert Lawrence Simpson. Memoirs, / by: Louis Philippe, King of the French, Published: () In the court of the Pear King French culture and the rise of realism / by: Petrey, Sandy. Howarth, T.E.B. Citizen-King: The Life of Louis Philippe, King of the French ().
Jardin, Andre, and Andre-Jean Tudesq. Restoration and Reaction – (The Cambridge History of Modern France) () Lucas-Dubreton, J. The Restoration and the July Monarchy () Newman, Edgar Leon, and Robert Lawrence Simpson.
While only a footnote on Louis Philippe’s tour of America, his stay at Azilum brings extra attention, importance, and fame to this French settlement. In a letter to his advisor, Francois Guizot, Louis-Philippe, known as the “Citizen King” during his reign from tostated that his years in America, including his visiting of.
: Godfather of the Revolution: The Life of Philippe Égalité, Duc d'Orléans eBook: Ambrose, Tom: Kindle Store/5(7). Louis Philippe was King of the French from until when revolution broke out again.
He had an extremely tumultuous life until his death at the Author: Eleanor Bley Griffiths. Citizen-King: The Life of Louis Philippe, King of the French. Poisson, Georges () Poisson, Georges () Siméon Denis Poisson (2, words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article find links to article.
Similar Items. Citizen-king: the life of Louis-Philippe, King of the French. by: Howarth, T. Published: () King of the French; a portrait of Louis Philippe, King Louis Philippe (), had ascended to the throne as a result of the July Revolution ofan outpouring of public opposition to King Charles X ().Known as the "Citizen King" for his menial habits and public visibility, Louis Philippe was a direct descendent of Philippe d' Orleans (), the youngest son of King Louis XIII ().
Louis-Philippe I., Ludwig Philipp I. or Louis-Philippe Ier, -also known as Roi Citoyen, French for 'citizen king', during the so-called July Monarchy he was the last king of France with the official title 'King of the French', wood engraving, around Two years before the rebellion featured in Les Misérables, the July Revolution of had put the popular “Citizen King” Louis-Philippe on the throne.
Popular for. “Citizen King” Louis-Philippe put them back in serfdom/slavery. Aug revolt was for the abolition of the monarchy. “By the spring ofa deadly cholera epidemic had exacerbated a severe economic crisis.” This statement should read, a severe economic crisis had exacerbated a deadly cholera epidemic.
Matted with a book photograph of a locket bearing the King's portrait (b/w, 6x9 overall, image 4x5½, one surface), to an overall size of 12x15½.
Known as the "Citizen King" for his menial habits and public visibility, Louis Philippe () was a direct descendent of Philippe d' Orleans (), the youngest son of King Louis XIII. Very readable account of the life of very interesting man who is not often given a biography: the prince who voted in favor of executing his cousin Louis XVI, and who is often called the "bankroller" of the French Revolution.
He too eventually perished under the guillotine; his son became the "Citizen King" Louis Philippe/5. Longer titles found: Nine Funerals of the Citizen King searching for Citizen King 60 found ( total) alternate case: citizen King. Louis Philippe I (5, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article the wealthy bourgeoisie.
At first, he was much loved and called the ". Le secret des rois de France: De Hugues Capet. Louis-Philippe 1er by Pierre Copernik Serge Cosseron Christian Bouyer Marcel Jullian and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The campaign led to the February Revolution of Louis Philippe abdicated in favor of his grandson, but a republic was set up.
The king fled to England, where he died. Louis Philippe was known as the citizen king because of his bourgeois manner and dress, and he and his regime were satirized by Honoré Daumier.
Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orleans, from what was known as the "cadet branch of the Bourbons," became King of France, however, the Capetians got revenge by killing the new Jacobin King through Capetian King Louis Philippe III (the actual son of Bourbon-Capetian Louis Philippe I "the Fat").
The French Revolution was so ruthless that Charlemagne's. Louis-Philippe was one of the wealthiest men in France when he ascended the throne, but in the early years of his regime he sought to play the role of a ‘Citizen-King’. Whereas Charles X was ‘King of France’, he became ‘King of the French’.
François Pierre Guillaume Guizot (French: [fʁɑ̃swa pjɛʁ ɡijom ɡizo]; –) was a French historian, orator, and statesman. Guizot was a dominant figure in French politics prior to the Revolution ofa conservative liberal who opposed the attempt by King Charles X to usurp legislative power, and worked to sustain a constitutional monarchy following the July.
Alexandre Dumas ( – ) Alexandre Dumas, pere, born Dumas Davy de la Pailleterie (J December 5, ), is best known for his numerous historical novels of high adventure which have made him the most widely read French author in the world.
Many of his novels, including The Count Of Monte Cristo and the D'Artagnan Romances, were serialized. The July Revolution of that put the “citizen king” Louis-Philippe of Orléans on the throne was a turning point for Tocqueville. It deepened his conviction that France was moving rapidly toward complete social equality.
Breaking with the older liberal generation, he no longer compared France with the English constitutional monarchy but compared it with democratic.
Louis Philippe "Citizen king" of France. Charlotte Corday. French king who tried to return to autocratic pre ways but was overthrown in July Revolution () when citizens of Paris revolted.
Locke. Two Treatises on Civil Gov't and advocated the social contract theory of gov't. Thus, on the 9th of August,the "citizen king," Louis Philippe, swore to respect the revised Charter, and, taking possession of the deserted Tuileries, began his reign as "King of the French,"—so called because he was chosen by the people.
A week later, Louis Philippe was made King of the French. The new "Citizen King," as he was called, was popular with his subjects. He dispensed with court etiquette. Anybody and everybody was admitted to his presence, as is the case to-day.
Merovingian Dynasty (–) The name of France comes from the Germanic tribe known as the Merovingian kings began as chieftains. The oldest known was Chlodio. Clovis I was the first of these to rise to true kingship. After his death, his kingdom was split between his sons into Soissons (), Paris, Orléans (), and Metz ().Several Merovingian monarchs brought.
The French Revolution ofalso known as the July Revolution (révolution de Juillet), Second French Revolution or Trois Glorieuses in French ("Three Glorious [Days]"), led to the overthrow of King Charles X, the French Bourbon monarch, and the ascent of his cousin Louis Philippe, Duke of Orléans, who himself, after 18 precarious years on the throne, would be overthrown in Also known as: The July Revolution.
Louis Philippe, King of the French Louis Philip was the eldest son of Louis Philippe Joseph, duke of Orleans (known during the Revolution as Philippe Egalite) and of Louise Marie Adelaide de Bourbon, daughter of the duc de Penthievre.
Full text of "History of Louis Philippe, king of the French" See other formats.Diary Of My Travels In America book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A slight but appealing volume made up, in part, of excerpts from a diary meticulously kept by Louis-Philippe, king of France from to Covering the period 25 March to 21 Maythe diary provides a partial report of a horseback /5.KING LOUIS PHILIPPE The King of France authorizes a delivery of six thousand francs to his wife, Marie Amelie de Bourbon Autograph Document Signed: "Louis Philippe" as King of France, 1p, 7¾x9¾.No place, January In French, with translation.
In full: "I authorize Mr. James to deliver to the Queen [Marie Améli de Bourbon] a sum of six thousand francs (6, f) and to .