Spain in the 18th and 19th centuries .

  • Charles II ´s death

    Charles II ´s death
    video about charles II November 1700
  • Philip V

    Philip V
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    Philip V

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    War of Spanish ssuccesion

    The War of the Spanish Succession was fought between European powers, including a divided Spain, over who had the right to succeed Charles II as King of Spain.
    The war was fought mostly in Europe but included Queen Anne's War in North America. It was marked by the leadership of notable generals including the Duc de Villars, the Jacobite Duke of Berwick, and the successful partnership of the Duke of Marlborough and Prince Eugene of Savoy.

    Treaty of Utrecht,Rasttat, and Baden.
  • Third agreement

    Third agreement
    Charles III of Spain (1716-1788) returned to the warmongering policy directly against England to recover Gibraltar and Minorca and signed the third Covenant family, which led him to enter the last phase of the war of the seven years in support of France against England, and the defeat which caused considerable losses to the end, in 1763 the two Floridaswhich delivered to England, and Colonia del Sacramento (in the South of Brazil), to Portugal.
  • Louis I

    Louis I
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    Louis I

  • Conde Floridablanca

    Conde Floridablanca
    Jose Monino y Redondo, Count of Floridablanca I (he borned in Murcia and he death was December 30, 1808) was a Spanish politician who served as Secretary of State from 1777 to 1792 and chaired the Supreme Central Junta created in 1808.
  • Floridablanca

    I count of Floridablanca was a Spanish politician who served as Secretary of State between 1777 and 1792 and presided over the Supreme Central Board established in 1808.
  • Treaty of El Escorial

    Treaty of El Escorial
    The first of these agreements was signed by Felipe V of Spain and Luis XV of France from November 7, 1733 at the Royal site of El Escorial. José Patiño Rosales and the count de Rottembourg agreed the Pact on behalf of their respective Kings.Both monarchs, Felipe and Luis, allied to the first Covenant family, making a common front against Austria: Felipe with the intention of recovering the ancient Spanish possessions in Italy, and Luis looking for reinforcements in its support to Poland.
  • Second Agreement

    Second Agreement
    The second family Pact, signed on 25 October 1743 in Fontainebleau, was agreed by the same monarchs, Felipe V of Spain and Luis XV of France, in the course of the war of succession of Austria.Tras the death of Felipe V in 1746, new King Fernando VI of Spain held a policy of active neutrality between England and France. He strengthened the fleet to avoid being dragged into the war and finished the second family Pact, which dissociated himself to support France in its wars.
  • Jovellanos

    Baptized as Baltasar Melchor Gaspar Maria Jové Llanos and ramirez was a writer, lawyer and politician illustrated Spanish.
  • Esquilache Riots

    Esquilache Riots
    Happend during the rule of Charles III of Spain. Caused mostly by the growing discontent in Madrid about the rising costs of bread and other staples, they were sparked off by a series of measures regarding Spaniards' apparel that had been enacted by Leopoldo de Gregorio, Marquis of Esquilache, a Neapolitan minister whom Charles favored.
    Esquilache was diplomat and Spanish politician of Italian origin.
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  • Goya

  • Ferdinad VI

    Ferdinad VI
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    Ferdinand VI

  • Charles III

    Charles III
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    Charles III

  • Teatry of paris

    Teatry of paris
    Was signed by the kingdoms of Great Britain, France and Spain, with Portugal in agreement. Involved a wide-rangingbattle between Britain and France for colonial supremacy . Spain involvement was not overly wise ,there was considerable fear in Madrid taht a British victory over the french would expand British power and increase pressure in Spanish territory . Hostilities were concluded at the Treaty of Paris , territories changed around in North America . Big winner:Britain,big loser France.
  • Treaty of Paris

    Treaty of Paris
    Was signed on 10 February 1763 by the kingdoms of Great Britain, France and Spain, with Portugal in agreement.
    Spain captured the border fortress of Almeida in Portugal, and Colonia del Sacramento in South America. In the treaty, most of these territories were restored to their original owners.
    France and Spain restored all their conquests to Britain and Portugal.Britain restored Manila and Havana to SpainSpain ceded Florida to Britain. France had already secretly given Louisiana to Spain .
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    Seven Years War

    The Treaty of Paris, also known as the Treaty of 1763, was signed on 10 February 1763 by the kingdoms of Great Britain, France and Spain, with Portugal in agreement, after Britain's victory over France and Spain during the Seven Years' War.
  • royal tapestry

    royal tapestry
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    Royal tapestry

  • Jovellanos

    Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos, Gaspar Melchor Baltasar named Maria Ramirez Jove Llanos and January 2 (Gijón, January 5, 1744 - Puerto de Vega, Navia, November 27, 1811) was a writer, lawyer and politician illustrated Spanish.
  • Goya became Charles III painter

    Goya became Charles III painter
  • Charles IV

    Charles IV
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    Charles IV

  • Royal tapestry

    Royal tapestry
  • Goya became deaf

    Goya became deaf

    It was a Spanish nobleman and politician, prime minister and favorite of Charles IV between 1792 and 1797, and again from 1801 to 1808. It was the Duke of Alcudia and Swedish.

    Take place in the Place de la Révolution.Louis XVI arrived in the wrong historical place at the wrong time.He ascended to the throne in 1774,Louis inherited a realm driven nearly bankrupt.The economy spiraled downward crops failed,the price of food soared.People were angry.To top it off,Louis had the misfortune to marry a foreigner,Marie Antoinette. In 1788, Louis was forced to reinstate France's National Assembly which quickly curtailed the king's powers.In the following year,
  • War of the Pyrenees

    Was the Pyrenean front of the First Coalition's war against the First French Republic. It pitted Revolutionary France against the kingdoms of Spain and Portugal from March 1793 to July 1795 during the French Revolutionary Wars.
    The war was fought in the eastern Pyrenees, the western Pyrenees, at the French port of Toulon, and at sea. In 1793, a Spanish army invaded Rousillon in the eastern Pyrenees and maintained itself on French soil through April 1794.

    It was published in 1799, but losing power Godoy and illustrated, Goya (the paiter of these master piece ) withdrew hastily editing for fear of the Inquisition.`Caprichos' is not only one master piece, most of the master pieces usually appear one donckey , we think that Goya paint always with the same intentions ( POPLE DIDN´T HAVE KNOWLEDGE)
  • Charles IV family painting

    Charles IV family painting
  • Spanish defeat at Trafalgar

    Spanish defeat at Trafalgar
    Was a naval engagement fought by the Royal Navy against the combined fleets of the French and Spanish Navies, during the War of the Third Coalition of the Napoleonic Wars. It was the most decisive naval victory of the war. This battle finished with the decisive British victory.
  • Treaty of Fontainebleau

    Treaty of Fontainebleau
    Treaty signed between Spain and France. defined the occupation of Portugal and proposed the division of the country into three kingdoms as a result of the Peninsular war, or War of Independence.
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    Ferdinand VII

  • The second of May

    The second of May
    Napoleon used the pretext of reinforcing his army in Portugal to take control of spain, ocupy it and to seize the Spanish throne, leaving his brother Joseph in power. Attempts to remove members of the Spanish royal family from Madrid provoked a widespread rebellion. This popular uprising occurred between the second and third of May 1808
  • Napoleonic troops in Spain

    Napoleonic troops in Spain
    (5 years, 11 months, 2 weeks and 1 day)
    -Uprising suppressed but insurrection spreads throughout Spain
    -Mass executions in reprisal
    -Outbreak of the Peninsular War

    Take place in Castle Marracq in the French city of Bayonne, Abdications of Bayonne is the name by which the successive resignations of kings Charles IV and his son Ferdinand VII to the throne of Spain are known for Napoleon Bonaparte.
  • Joseph I

    Joseph I
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    Joseph I


    Goya printed detailing the cruelties committed in the Spanish War of Independence.

    100 MIL HIJOS DE SAN LUIS:The April 7, 1823, France invaded Spain with an army to the Hundred Thousand Sons of St. Louis will be called and will only support some liberal resistance army in Catalonia, Madrid can enter comfortably. The Liberal government flees and takes refuge in Andalusia Cadiz, keeping hostage Fernando VII. Besieged by the French, the legitimate government negotiates surrender in exchange for the king swears to respect the rights of Spanish, which makes the monarch.

    The Liberal Triennium was a period of three years of liberal government in Spain.After the revolution of 1820 the movement spread to the rest of Quickly Spain and the Spanish Constitution of 1812 was reinstated.Constant political Tensions Between the two groups Progressively Weakened the government's authority.In 1823,with the approval of the crown heads of Europe,a French army invaded Spain and reinstated the King's absolute power.This invasion is Known asthe Hundred Thousand Sons of St. Louis.
  • Ferdinand VII

    Ferdinand VII

    Goya went crazy and started to paint pictures, his paintings were scary and it is not clear what he wanted to demonstrate.
  • Riego's pronunciamiento

    Riego's pronunciamiento
    On January 1, 1820 took place in the Sevillian town of Las Cabezas de San Juan the military pronouncement of the Colonel Rafael Riego, who had been commissioned to lead an expedition against the insurgents in the American colonies.
    After a small initial success, Riego immediately proclaimed the restoration of the Constitution of Cádiz (1812, La Pepa)
  • Zumalacarregui

    Tomás de Zumalacárregui was a Basque Carlist general during the first Carlist war.
  • Pragmatic Sanction

    Pragmatic Sanction
    The Spanish Pragmatic Sanction of 1830, issued March 29, 1830 by King Ferdinand VII of Spain, ratified a Decree of 1789 by Charles IV of Spain, which had replaced the semi-Salic system established by Philip V with the mixed succession system that had characterized historically the Castilian monarchy (upon which the Spanish monarchy draws its traditions), as noted by the inheritance by queens regnant Urraca of Castile, Isabella I of Castile, and Joanna I of Castile.
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    The First Carlist War (1832-1839) lasted more than seven years and the fighting spanned most of the country at one time or another, although the main conflict centered on the Carlist homelands of the Basque Country and Aragon, Catalonia and Valencia.
    The Second Carlist War (1846-1849) was a minor Catalonian uprising. The rebels tried to install Carlos VI on the throne. In Galicia, the uprising was on a smaller scale and was put down by General Ramón María Narváez.[1]
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    The Third Carlist War (1872-1876)began in the aftermath of the deposition of one ruling monarch and abdication of another.Isabella II was overthrown in 1868,and left Spain in some disgrace. The Parliament replaced her with Amadeo, the Duke of Aosta . Then, when the Spanish elections of 1872 resulted in government against Carlist candidates and a swing away from Carlism, the Carlist pretender, Carlos VII, decided that only force of arms could win him the throne.
  • Isabel II

    Isabel II
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    Isabel II

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    Was queen regnant of Spain,She came to the throne as an infant, but her succession was disputed by the Carlists, who refused to recognise a female sovereign, leading to the Carlist Wars. After a troubled reign, she was deposed in the Glorious Revolution of 1868, and formally abdicated in 1870. Her son Alfonso XII became king in 1874.
  • Canal of castilla

    Canal of castilla
    His adiministrativr location was in Spain, castile leon.subdivisions:Burgos,Palencia and Valladolid.Dimensions:-Length 207 km -Maximum width 22 meters -Average Depth: 1.8 meter -High: 3 metersOther information: -Date of start of construction July 16, 1753-Opening date December 14, 1849-Uses Tourism supply, irrigation, environmental reserve
  • Glorious revolution

    Glorious revolution
    An 1866 rebellion led by General Juan Prim in Madrid, sent a signal to Spanish liberals and republicans. Liberals and republican exiles abroad made agreements at Ostend in 1866 and Brussels in 1867. These agreements laid the framework for a major uprising, this time not merely to replace the Prime Minister with a Liberal, but to overthrow Queen Isabella, whom Spanish l
  • Amadeus of Savoy

    Amadeus of Savoy
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    Amadeus of Savoy


    The General Prim died on December 30, 1870 because of infected wounds that caused her assassination attempt three days earlier. This occured because he supported Amadeus,the new king .The Prim Research Committee, who have studied the dammed body have ruled that "The most surprising and unexpected finding" are the grooves and marks on the neck of the "compatible" with a possible victim strangulation loop.
  • First Republic

    First Republic

    ---the mobs of Paris stormed the hated prison at the Bastille. Feeling that power was shifting to their side, the mob forced the imprisonment of Louis and his family. Louis attempted escape in 1791 but was captured and returned to Paris. In 1792, the newly elected National Convention declared France a republic and brought Louis to trial for crimes against the

  • Jesuits

    Is a Christian male religious congregation of the Catholic Church.The society is engaged in evangelization and apostolic ministry.Jesuits work in education,intellectual research,and cultural pursuits.Also give retreats, minister in hospitals and parishes.Bourbons expelled jesuits out of Spain between 1815-1758, because they thought that they would change the beliefs and opinion of people.