Spain in the 18th and 19th centuries

  • Death of Charles II

    Death of Charles II
    Charles II died without an heir
  • Philip V First Reing

    Philip V First Reing
    Before his reign, Philip occupied an exalted place in the royal family of France as a grandson of King Louis XIV. His father, Louis, the Grand Dauphin, had the strongest genealogical claim to the throne of Spain when it became vacant in 1700. However, since the Grand Dauphin and Philip's older brother, Louis, Duke of Burgundy, could not be displaced from their place in the succession to the French throne, King Charles II of Spain named Philip as his heir in his will.
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    Philip V First Reing

    Before his reign, Philip occupied an exalted place in the royal family of France as a grandson of King Louis XIV. His father, Louis, the Grand Dauphin, had the strongest genealogical claim to the throne of Spain when it became vacant in 1700. However, since the Grand Dauphin and Philip's older brother, Louis, Duke of Burgundy, could not be displaced from their place in the succession to the French throne, King Charles II of Spain named Philip as his heir in his will.
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    War of the spanish succession

    After Charles II died without heir .Philip V became king of Spain and with countries that were not aggre , it was made an agreement the Peace of Utrecht.
  • Los decretos de nueva planta

    Los decretos de nueva planta
    Waa cause by the system used in France and then in Spain.
    And the rebellion and the defeated of the crown of Aragon
  • Luis I

    Luis I
    It was then shortest reing in the history was the son of Philip V
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    Luis I

    It was then shortest reing in the history was the son of Philip V
  • Philip V Second Reing

    Philip V Second Reing
    abdicated because he had a mental problem and led the throne to his son. when he abdicated in favor of his son Louis, and from 6 September 1724, when he assumed the throne again upon his son's death, to his death.
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    philip V Second reing

    abdicated because he had a mental problem and led the throne to his son. when he abdicated in favor of his son Louis, and from 6 September 1724, when he assumed the throne again upon his son's death, to his death.
  • First Family Compact

    Spain`s righ to recover possessions in Italy in return for Spain`s support in the War of the Polish succession.Italy became obsessive that concided with the ambitions of the 2ºwife of Philip V.Italian-born Isabel Farnese of Parma.In 1734 Spain recovered Naples and Sicily and Isabel`s older son Charles as King of Naples.
  • Second Family Compact

    Support of France`s involvement with the Austrian War of Succession, resulted in the installation of Charles`s younger brother Philip as duke of Parma and Placenza in 1748
  • Jovellanos

    Jovellanos
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    Jovellanos

    Was a writer,lawyer and politician.He represented Asturias and wrote El Pelagio,El Delincuente Honrado,and essays of economy philosophy,politics and agriculture
  • Francisco Goya was born

    Francisco Goya was born
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    Francisco Goya

    He was an spanish painter,he was the painter of some spanish kings shuch as Charles III and Charles IV.he died from a tumor and because he had fallen through the stairs
  • Ferdinand VI

    Ferdinand VI
    When he came to the throne, Spain found itself in the War of the Austrian Succession which ended without any benefit to Spain. He started his reign by eliminating the influence of the widow Queen Elisabeth of Parma and her group of Italian courtiers. As king he followed a steady policy of neutrality in the conflict between France and Britain, and refused to be tempted by the offers of either into declaring war on the other.
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    Ferdinand VI first reing

    he reestablished the absolutism in this first reing.Fernando VII had not other option but to swear the constitution Madrid on 10 of march 1820. But he tried to bring back the absolutism with the intervention of the "Cien mil hijos de San Luis"
  • The Canal de Castila was built

    The Canal de Castila was built
    Was for made easy the irragation.
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    seven years war

    Was a war between Britain and France for the colonies.This war finished with the Treaty of paris in 1763
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    Charles III

    In 1734, as Duke of Parma, he conquered the kingdoms of Naples and of Sicily, and was crowned king on 3 July 1735, reigning as Charles VII of Naples and Charles V of Sicily. In 1738 he married Princess Maria Amalia of Saxony, an educated, cultured woman who gave birth to 13 children, eight of whom reached adulthood. Charles and Maria Amalia resided in Naples for 19 years; she died in 1760.
  • Isabella of Parma

    Isabella of Parma
    she was very clever and got lot of knowledge but she didn´t love his husband and she was in a love affair with her sister,and when she realized her life had only been for giving birth to a chil she started having mental problems untill she died.she was trying
  • Third Family Compact

    Involved the Seven Years War and Austria and Prussia war.American Declaration of Independe in 1776.
  • Treaty o Paris

    Treaty o Paris
    All French territory on the mainland of North America was lost.Louisiana Territory west of the Mississippi were ceded to Spain and Spain in 1779 joined the frayas an ally of the french but was not officially recognised by American rebels.
  • Esquilache Riots

    Esquilache Riots
    wre the people that did not always accept reformsand they made popular protests
  • Expell of Jesuits

    Expell of Jesuits
    In order to eliminate their power and education.
    San Ignacio de loyola created it
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    Royal Tapestry

    the tapestry was made by: José del Castillo, Ramón Bayeu y Goya.
  • Coun of Floridablanca

    Coun of Floridablanca
  • El Quitasol

    El Quitasol
    Was a painting of Goya,it is in the Royal Tapestry.It apperared for the first time in the catalogue of the museum in 1876.It considered one of the most known painting of goya
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    Count of Floridablanca

    prime minister during those years.
    He was ono of the defensors of the expulsion of the jesuits.
    He made a program of administrative reforms (cabinet council)
  • Charles lV

    Charles lV
    In 1788, Charles III died and Charles IV succeeded to the throne. He intended to maintain the policies of his father and maintained his prime minister the Count of Floridablanca in office. Even though he had a profound belief in the sanctity of his office and kept up the appearance of an absolute, powerful monarch, he never took more than a passive part in the direction of his own government. The affairs of government were left to his wife, Maria Luisa, and his prime minister
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    Charles lV

    In 1788, Charles III died and Charles IV succeeded to the throne. He intended to maintain the policies of his father and maintained his prime minister the Count of Floridablanca in office. Even though he had a profound belief in the sanctity of his office and kept up the appearance of an absolute, powerful monarch, he never took more than a passive part in the direction of his own government. The affairs of government were left to his wife, Maria Luisa, and his prime minister
  • Painter of Charles III

    Painter of Charles III
    Goya was his painter when he(Goya) had 40 years
  • Goya became deaf

    Goya became deaf
    In 1792 Goya became ill with the ear finally in 1793 he became deaf until he deaf
  • Execution of Louis XVI

    Execution of Louis XVI
    After his execution Spain joined in 1793 in the first coalition of powers against the french revolutionary regime .
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    War of the Pyrenees

    France against the kingdoms of Spain and Portugal.in 1795 a treaty was signed that made the French retired north of Pyrenees Spain ceded half of the Caribbean island of Santo Domingo. In 1796 the second one the Treaty of San Ildefonso, and declaring war to Britain the island of Trinidad was taken by England and they cut off most trade with America by blockaded Cadiz.
  • Los Caprichos by Goya

    Los Caprichos by Goya
    it consist of 80 images that represent the actual crisis and the idea of change
  • Charles IV family painting by goya

    Charles IV family painting by goya
    is an oil on canvas painting by the Spanish artist Francisco Goya who began work on this painting in 1800 and completed it in the summer of 1801. It features life sized depictions of Charles IV of Spain and his family, dressed in fine costume and jewelry. The painting was modeled after Velázquez's Las Meninas when setting the royal subjects in a naturalistic.
  • Manuel Godoy

    Manuel Godoy
    He was first minister.
    he made that Charles IV'sgovernment was corrupted and ineficient.
  • Spanish defeat at trafalgar

    Spanish defeat at trafalgar
    the spanish fleet shared in the defeat of the French by Nelson at trafalgar
  • Treaty of Fontainebleau

    Treaty of Fontainebleau
    Napoleon gained a complete personal acendance over Charles IV and Godoy so he thought that conquering Spain it would be easy he forced Spain to join in an invasion of Portugal.
  • Napoleonic troops im Spain

    Napoleonic troops im Spain
  • Tomás de Zumalacárregui

    Tomás de Zumalacárregui
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    Tomás de Zumalacárregui

    he was Carlist general during the Carlist war
  • 2 May 1808

    2 May 1808
    They were riots against napoleonic rule in Madrid and then it was extended to all spain and it ended with the war of the Spanish independence, and the represion ended with lots of victims because French troops were shooting them
  • Abdications of Bayonne

    Abdications of Bayonne
    Napoleon made both Charles and Ferdinand abdicate their rights to the throne on which he placed his brother Joseph.Charles and Ferdinand were given pensions and estates in Bayonne where they were detained.National pride and devotionto their religion rose spontaneously against the hated invaders in 2 May 1808
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    Josep I

    Joseph temporarily retreated with much of the French Army to northern Spain. Feeling himself in an ignominious position, Joseph then proposed his own abdication from the Spanish throne, hoping that Napoleon would sanction his return to the Neapolitan Throne he had formerly occupied. Napoleon dismissed Joseph's misgiving. finally he abdicated and returned to France
  • Josep I

    Josep I
    Joseph temporarily retreated with much of the French Army to northern Spain. Feeling himself in an ignominious position, Joseph then proposed his own abdication from the Spanish throne, hoping that Napoleon would sanction his return to the Neapolitan Throne he had formerly occupied. Napoleon dismissed Joseph's misgiving. finally he abdicated and returned to France
  • Constitution of 1812

    It was the first spanish constitution.
  • independence war by goya

    independence war by goya
  • Ferdinad VII

    Ferdinad VII
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    Ferdinand VII second reing

    during this reing he closed universities. there were riots against the absolutist monarchy.The Spanish empire dissapeared.
  • Old paintings from goya

    Old paintings from goya
    He painted many unusual paintings on canvas and on the walls, including references to witchcraft and war.At the age of 75, alone and in mental and physical despair, he completed the work as one of his 14 Black Paintings,All of which were executed in oil directly onto the plaster walls of his house.
  • Riego's promumciamiento

    coronel Rafael de Riegomade a pronunciamiento and broght the constitution back for 3 years ( trienio) because Ferdinand VII accepted
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    Absolutist period for Ferdinand VII

    Ferdinand VII didn't accepted the constitution although he had oathed loyalty (trienio) so for getting rid of it he asked for help to the holy alliance, and the " 100 mil hijos de San Luis" came and made him absolute monarch.and he was an absolute monarch untill he died.
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    Maria Christina of the Two Sicilies regency

    When Ferdinand died on 29 September 1833, Maria Christina became regent for their daughter Isabella. Isabella's claim to the throne was disputed by her uncle, the Infante Charles Count of Molina, who claimed that his brother Ferdinand had unlawfully changed the succession law to permit females to inherit the crown .
  • Pragmatic sanction

    He proclaimed that her daughter Isabella would be the queen after his death. His brother Carlos did not accept this sanction and claimed for his rights there then followed 100 years of civil strife in Spain with periodic civil wars and revolutions culminating in the massive civil war in 1936-1939
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    1 st Carlist war

    Was a war between the carlist and isabellinos because the type of government of Isabella
  • Isabella II

    Isabella II
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    Isabella II

    Ferdinand VII promulged the Pragmática Sanción de 1830. so her daughter could reing when he died but she needed to wait untill she was over 18 to rule mean while her mother was ruling the country and some people where wishing Carlos María Isidro de Borbón to be the king but finallt Isabella II became the Queen of Spain
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    Baldomero Espartero Prince of Vergara regency

    He was associated with the radical (or progressive) wing of Spanish liberalism and would become their symbol and champion after taking credit for the victory over the Carlists in 1839. His noble titles, Duke of La Victoria were granted by Isabella II to him as a result. The title Prince of Vergara was granted to him by King Amadeus of Spain in 1870.
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    2 nd Carlist war

    Take part in Catalonia because of the failure of the tries to marry
    Isabella ll with the carlist´s candidate.Finally she married with his cousin ¨Francisco de Asís de Borbón¨.
  • Glorious revolution

    Glorious revolution
    Isabella's II interference in political affairs was resented on all sides and in 1868 she was overthrown when a military rebelion led by Juan Prim and Francisco serrano Deprived her of support of the army she went on to exile in France
  • Amadeus de Savoy

    Amadeus de Savoy
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    Amadeus de Savoy

    last Spanish King before the republic.He was the son of Victorio Emmanuel II (King of Piedmon ans silicy)
  • Juan Prim

    Juan Prim
    He started the glorious revolution with Francisco Serrano They deprived Isabella II of support from the army and made him to exile in France, He was murdered he died becaus of some injuries from an terrorist attack 3 days before. He was murdered because he was supporting Amadeus de Savoy (he was meeting him that day
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    3º Carlist war

    Was a war between Charles Vll and Amadeus l with Alfon Xll
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    1st Republic

    It was short and it had four presidents after Amadeus I renounced to the throne
  • Estanislao Figueras

    Estanislao Figueras
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    Estanislao Figueras

    1st president of the First Republic
  • Francisco Pi y Margall

    Francisco Pi y Margall
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    Francisco Pi y Margall

    2nd president of the First Republic
  • Nicolás Salmerón

    Nicolás Salmerón
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    Nicolás Salmerón

    3rd president of the First Republic
  • Emilio Castelar

    Emilio Castelar
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    Emilio Castelar

    4 th president of the First Republic
  • Restoration of monarchy

    In 1874 there was anather uprrisin and it brought about the restoration of the monarchy