spain in 18 and 19 century

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    Philip V

    His wife was Maria Luisa of Savoy.
    He was the first Borbon king that ruled in Spain.
    Althought his damage helth, he reorganised the army and the tax office. He also made econimics and educatives reforms, and traties with others kingdoms
  • Charles II death

    Charles II death
    He died in Madrid, the cause of his death is not know probably by his damege health. The group of docctor who made the autopsy said that his body did not contain blood and several organs where root.
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    War of the Spanish Succession

    It main cause was the dead of Charles II with out descendence, leaving the Spanish kingdom without king, In thus war the Borbons fought against the Habsburg and against the Bavarian
  • New fundation laws (decretos de nueva planta)

    New fundation laws (decretos de nueva planta)
    It is a set of laws which abolish the laws and institutions of the kingdom of Valence, kingdom of Aragon, kingdom of Catalonia, kingdom of Mallorca.
  • Treaty of Utrecht

    Treaty of Utrecht
    It was a peace treaty, sign by the states that fought in the Spanish succesion war. The main aim of this treaty is the end of the spanish sucession war.
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    Lous I

    He was married by Luisa Isabel de Orleans. He death 7 months before his was named king due to smallpox.
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    Philip V

    His wife was Maria Luisa of Savoy.
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    Bourbuns family compacts

    It was an aliance between the French and Spanish kings.
    There were three pacts, and it aim was dealt with political and comercial relation between France and Spain...
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    Ferdinand VI

    He was the third son of Philip V. His first wife was Bárbara de Braganza.
    He make a politic of neutrality and peace in the exterior
    His last year of king he suffer a mental problem due to the death of his wife, wich incapacitate him for rule the country, thats by the last year of his reign is call the year with out king.
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    Charles III

    He was duke of Parma, Plasencia and Castro. His wife was Maria Amalia de Sajonia.
    He make spain take part in the seven year war, and he supported France in the independence war of USA.
    He sign traties of free comerce with Turkey
    He support speditions to America, which let in to news territories for Spain, Îles de la Société and Archipel des Tuamotu, which belongs to the French polynesia.
  • Esquilache Riots

    Esquilache Riots
    During the rule of Charles III of Spain
    The causes of the riot were new law about spanish culture,etc. But it was an exucuse, the real causes were the hunger the economical crisis and the live of novels and other politicians
  • Jesuits expelled by borbons

    Jesuits expelled by borbons
    New laws were sign in that time, witch gave the govenment the right to control the church posesions. It was sign for giving the monarch more power, because the church heavly influence the population of that time.
    The government finaly decide to expelled the Jesuits, giving the monarch more authority
  • Amercan declaration of independence

    Amercan declaration of independence
    Due to heavy taxes inposed by UK to the American colonies with out any representations in his parliament, taxation with out representation, British colonies in North America declareted them self independence from UK.
    France and Spain supported the independece and they sent troups to America to defend US against the British troups.
  • Treaty of Paris

    Treaty of Paris
    In this treaty was signed the peace between Great Britain and the nations that supported the American Cause (American independence): France, Spain and the Dutch Republic.
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    Charles IV

    They called him "The Hunter". He was son and the successor of Charles III.
    He let govern other high level ministers such as the count of Floriblanca, count of Aranda, Manuel Godoy,and Saavedra y Urquijo.
    Due to several wars the government came in bankruptcy, and the king was exile to France while Bonaparte was the emperor, when he was defeted, Charles and his wife move to Rome where both died,
  • Storming battle (French revolution)

    Storming battle (French revolution)
    Revolutionaries took control of Basille in a way of protest because of the crisis, agaist the absolute monarchy.
    This is the begining of the French revolution, which change Europe
  • Execution of Louis XVI

    Execution of Louis XVI
    He was murdered in the Place de la revolucion and he was the first victim of the Regimn of Terror. Jacobins order to execute Lous XVI
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    War of Pyrenees

    In this war Spain fought against the French.
  • Napoleon First Consul

    Napoleon First Consul
    He was proclamed first consul of France. French population like him because the saw him as a leader not as a absolutist king who does not care of his population.
    It was the begining of French empire.
  • Treaty of S.Ildefonso

    Treaty sign by Spain and French.
    The agrrement icludes: the French republican gave the italian Duke of Parma a territory in the Italian peninsula; Spain gave French war ships with cannons and the Luisiana coloni
  • battle of Trafalgar

    battle of Trafalgar
    It confronts the alliances of Spain and France.
    Great Britain fought against France and Spain.
    The cause of the battle was the intention of conquest the British islands by France.
  • Treaty of Fontainebleau

    Treaty of Fontainebleau
    It was signed in the French city of Fountainebleau. The most important representatives were: Manuel Godoy and Napoleon Bonaparte. The first treaty acorded the division of Portugal.
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    Ferdinand VII

    He was under the protection of Napoleon, and he tried to be recognise as a king by Napoleon.
    For this recognition he trevel to Bayona, wher Napoleon was,. There he was made prisioner living for 6 year in a palace, where he could not go out.
    Durig this 6 years Napoleon named his brother Joseph the monarch of Spain.
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    Peninsular War

    Conflict between Napoleon´s empire and the allied of Spain, Britain and Portugal.
  • Abdications of Bayonne

    Abdications of Bayonne
    Charles IV was forced to abdicate, This let to the Spanish war of independence.
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    Joseph I Bonaparte (regime)

    French politician, lawyer, diplomatic and Napoleo´s brother.
    He was named monarch because of the violence of the kingdom against Charles IV, promoted by the ideas sprwal all over Europe by Napoleon I.
    Joseph I finally was exiled to USA in 1843, where he protect the followers of Bonaparte wich emigrates throught masonery.
    In 1841 he moved to Florence, where he died in 1844
  • FIrst Spanish constitution, La Pepa

    FIrst Spanish constitution, La Pepa
    It was sign in Cadiz during the Peninsular war.
    In the document national soveranity, freedom of the press, universal male suffrage, and other principles were sign.
    It was abolish several years later by Ferdinand VII
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    Ferdinand VII, Reaction

    Several wars take part in the last priod of rule by Josepht I, who was exilie.
    Ferdinand VII was given a passport and he traveled to Spain, where he was named King
  • Riego`s pronouncement

    Riego`s pronouncement
    It was a conspiracy between important liberal politician and army officers. They decide to change the government and transform Spain in to a new liberal country.
    Ferdinand VII agree with them but it did not last for long.
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    Ferdinand VII, Liberal Triennium

    During this period a number of revolution take part in Spain,
    This revolution led to the uprising of Riego
  • cien mil hijos de San Luis

    cien mil hijos de San Luis
    It was an army of one hundred thousand French soldiers, wich were send by the absolute kingdom of France for the restoration of Ferdinand VII absolute monarchy
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    Ferdinad VII, The Ominous Decade

    Last ten year of the Ferdinand VII kingdom.
    Tis period started when the constitution of 1812 was abolish in 1823.
    Ferdinand VII became and absolutist king with censorship, the restoration of former organitations like the Jesuits...
    Due to the politics of Ferdinand VII revolts started in Catalonia, Valence, Aragon, Andalusia, and the Basque Country.
    This period of revolts and violence finished with the death of Ferdinand VII
  • Pragmatic Sanction (Ferdinand VII)

    Pragmatic Sanction (Ferdinand VII)
    Ferdinand VII decided to change the law about the succession to the throne, the salic law.
    This law only allow the male sons of the king or male family be monarch, Ferdinand VII change it because he only have daughters. Since that time womens and mens could rule Spain
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    Legency of Maria Cristina de Borbon.

    Isabella II was named quee of Spain, but as she was under the minimun age for been the ruler. During this period his mother Maria Cristin de Borbon take care of the kingdom.
    During this period the three carlist wars take place.
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    Isabella II

    She reign during a period of transition in Spain, in which the monarchy led most of his power to the Parliament.
    His decisions were heavily influenced by ministers and the father Claret.
    Economical crisis , antiliveral politics and facts of his privete life let into revolts and his exilie in France
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    Three Carlist civil wars (1st)

    Carlist, suporters of an absolutish regime and Carlos María Isidro de Borbón against isabelinos, supporters of Isabel II.
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    Regency of Espartero

    When Maria Cristina went to the exilie, the president of the government, Espartero, took the power, but this would be momentary until Las Cortes vote for the head of the State.
    In the power Espartero made new laws pro the progresists, and elections in Las Cortes. When the elctions in Las Cortes for choosing the head of the state until Isabell II could be Queen, Esparteros was chose.
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    Three Carlist civil wars (2nd)

    The Catalans rebells were trying to install Carlos VI (carlist) on the throne.
    Other small rebolutions take place in others part of Spain such as the Basque country, but they were put down.
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    Spanish Glorious revolution

    Revolutionary forces from Cadiz, fought against Isabell II. Queen Isabel II due to the fact that his army defeated to the revolutionary, she decided to retired to France.
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    Amadeus of Savoy

    He was the count of Savoy.
    When Isabella II abdicated, a provisional gobernment, which sign a new constitution. The parliament choose Amadeus of Savoy because of his religion, his was from a dinasty releated with Spain and he has modern thoughts releted to the government. He was the first Spanish king been choose by the pailiament.
    In 1873 he abdicated, the same day of his abdication, the first Spanish republic was set.
    He classify Spaniards as ungobernable.
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    Three Carlist civil wars (3rd)

    Queen Isabella II was overthrown by a conspiracy of liberal generals.
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    First Republic

    When Amadeo of Savoy abdicated, a provisonal government was set. This new government was in charge of choosing the new way of governing Spain. The republic was choose due to a voting process in the Congress and the Senate. The first president of the republic was Estanislao Figueras.