He was an absolutist manarch. He controled the foreign people in spain and spanish can not study out of Spain
WAR WITH FRANCE
The French Republic declared war on the monarchy of Charles IV.
Spain realized that France was stronger and in the end, Godoy signed a Peace https://youtu.be/75LgMcYofLU
PEACE OF BASEL
A series of treaties signed to end the French revolutions and to bring peace between the countries
TREATY OF SAN IDEFONSO
The treaty of San Ildefonso of 1796 was a military alliance signed between Spain and France in 1796, with France embarking on the wars of its revolutionary stage. Under the terms of the agreement, both States agreed to maintain a joint military policy against Great Britain, which at that time threatened the Spanish fleet on its voyages to America.
TREATY OF FONTAINEBEAU
The Treaty of Fontainebleau was signed in the French city of Fontainebleau between the respective plenipotentiary representatives of Manuel Godoy, valid of the King of Spain Carlos IV of Bourbon, and Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French to finish with the war betwen Sapin and France https://youtu.be/ZmVnTEuRJHk
It was made by the Spanish General Courts meeting in Cádiz on March 19, 1812. It is given great historical importance as it is the first Constitution promulgated in Spain, as well as being one of the most liberal of its time. https://youtu.be/YcSHyvzTpUo
It was characterized by the influence that a group of friends and people of the court who were nicknamed as the clique had on him. During this six-year term there were numerous pronouncements and uprisings
ANNULMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION
The king Fernando VII decreed the dissolution of the Courts, the repeal of the Constitution and the arrest of the liberal deputies
With the battle of Tolosa that was one of the battles of the Napoleonic Wars, considered the last of the War of Spanish Independence.This brought an end to a long war that began with the uprising of the people of Madrid on May 2, 1808, and ended with the taking of the city on April 12 and the French withdrawal.
The nineteenth-century period in the contemporary history of Spain that elapses between 1820 and 1823. It is framed in the convulsive context of struggle between liberalism and absolutism characteristic of Spain in the early nineteenth century.
100.000 SONS OF ST.LOUIS
Were a French contingent with Spanish volunteers who fought in Spain in 1823 in defense of the Bourbon absolutism, the Old Regime, which Fernando VII of Spain wanted to impose, ending the Realist War and the Liberal Triennium. https://youtu.be/_Su2pDlxFvA
INDEPENDENCE OF LATIN AMERICA
Was due to internal and external causes. There was a series of armed conflicts in each town in Latin America, which had only one objective, the independence of each town. https://youtu.be/rgG1eXtT4gU
It is the pragmatics promulgated by the King of Spain that concerns fundamental aspects of the State, regulating issues such as dynastic succession or others. They are usually identified by the date they were sanctioned.
PRONUNCIAMIENTO LED BY TORRIJOS
It was a pronouncement headed by the general and liberal politician José María Torrijos that took place in 1831 in Spain at the end of the reign of Fernando VII and whose objective was to put an end to absolutism and restore the Constitution of 1812.
She was Queen of Spain between 1833 and 1868, thanks to the repeal of the Succession Regulations of 1713. This provoked the insurgency of the infant Carlos María Isidro, brother of Fernando VII and uncle of Isabel II, who, supported by the absolutist groups (the so-called "Carlists") had already tried to proclaim himself king.
FIRST CARLIST WAR
It was a civil war that developed in Spain between 1833 and 1840 between the Carlists, supporters of the Infante Carlos María Isidro de Borbón and an absolutist regime https://youtu.be/wEpeHtd-eq4
MARIA CRISTINA'S REGENCY
Constitutes the first period of the minority of age of Isabel II of Spain during which her mother María Cristina de Borbón-Dos Sicilias assumes the functions corresponding to the Crown (1833-1840) and has to face the First Carlist War
It was the last period of the minority of age of Isabel II of Spain, so called because General Baldomero Espartero after the triumph of the "revolution of 1840" that ended the regency of María Cristina de Borbón, mother of the future Queen Isabel II, then nine years old, assumed the regency in his place.
The Spanish Constitution of 1845 was the supreme norm during the effective reign of Isabel II, which replaced the Constitution of 1837 the supreme norm during her minority.
SECOND CARLIST WAR
It was a warlike conflict that took place mainly in Catalonia between September 1846 and May 1849.
It was due to the failure of the attempts to marry Isabel II with the Carlist suitor, Carlos Luis of Bourbon. https://youtu.be/6l13foW9YpM
DEMOCRATIC SIX-YEAR TERM
Period in the contemporary history of Spain elapsed from the triumph of the revolution in September 1868 until the pronouncement of December 1874, which marked the beginning of the stage known as the Bourbon Restoration.
It was a military uprising with civilian elements that took place in Spain in September 1868 and led to the dethronement and exile of Queen Elizabeth II and the beginning of the period called Democratic Sexenio.
It was the Constitution approved under the Provisional Government of 1868-1871, after the triumph of the Revolution of 1868 that ended the reign of Isabel II.
MONARCHY OF AMADEO DE SABOYA
It was the first attempt in the history of Spain to put into practice the form of government of the parliamentary monarchy, although it ended with a resounding failure since it only lasted two years https://youtu.be/JR_pH4HsAac
THIRD CARLIST WAR
It was a civil war developed in Spain between 1872 and 1876, between the supporters of Carlos, Duke of Madrid, Carlist pretender to the throne, and the governments of Amadeo I, the First Republic and Alfonso XII.
FIRST SPANISH REPUBLIC
It was the political regime in force in Spain from its proclamation by the Cortes, on February 11, 1873, until December 29, 1874, when the pronouncement of General Martínez Campos led to the restoration of the Bourbon monarchy. https://youtu.be/ypBC_RWhZP4
THE BOURBON RESTORATION
Political stage in the history of Spain developed under a monarchical system that lasted between the end of 1874 (moment of the pronouncement of General Arsenio Martínez Campos that ended the period of the First Spanish Republic) and April 14, 1931 (date of proclamation of the Second Republic).
CONSTITUTION POLITICAL MANIPULATION (CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY)
This constitution started from a constitutional draft developed by a group of 600 notables. The final text was approved without major changes by a constituent Cortes elected by direct male suffrage, without specifying a voting system in accordance with the provisions of the 1869 Constitution.