Intl history 2

Spain in the XlX century Lidia and Alvaro

By Lospuf
  • Manuel Godoy

    Manuel Godoy
    He was a noble and political Spanish, favorite and prime minister of Carlos IV between(among) 1792 and 1797, and again from 1801 to 1808. It(he,she) was at the head of the Government of Spain during the European crisis provoked by the French Revolution and Napoleon's Bonaparte ambitions, which it(he,she) reached with the French invasion of 1808 and the War of Independence,
  • Riot of Aranuez

    Riot of Aranuez
    It app for the dissatisfaction of the nobility, the restlessness of Fernando VII for reigning, the action of the agents of Napoleon and the intrigues of the Court, where opponent was creating a core(nucleus) concerning the Prince of Asturias, the future Fernando VII formed by aristocrats rejealous of Godoy's absolute power, and farisaicamente scandalized by his supposed relations with the queen Maria Luisa of Parma.
  • First Reign Fernado Vll

    First Reign Fernado Vll
    Concerning the young person prince of Asturias had formed a core opponent to the inheritor of the former Aragonese party, who was chasing Godoy's fall. The negotiations stimulated by the French ambassador in order that Fernando was contracting his second marriage with a lady Bonaparte coincided in 1807 with the worsening of the health of Carlos IV. The prince of Asturias wanted to assure the succession and ring-finger the valid one. Godoy and the party fernandino had his first clash.
  • Charles lV's abdication

    Charles lV's abdication
    The king Carlos IV has met bound to abdicate last March 19, 1808 in his son, who has assumed the Crown with the name of Fernando VII. The abdication has taken place(been produced) 48 hours after a crowd was assaulting in Aranjuez Manuel Godoy's palace and four days before they were coming to Madrid up to 55.000 French soldiers.
  • Joseph-Napoleon Bonaparte

    Joseph-Napoleon Bonaparte
    During the Napoleonic Wars it acted as envoy of his brother and signed agreements with The United States, Austria, Great Britain and the Vatican. From 1806 to 1808 it governed the Kingdom of Naples for appointment of his brother.
  • Leopoldo O'Donnell

    Leopoldo O'Donnell
    He was born on January 12, 1809 in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. During the two years of progressive government from 1854 to 1856 he shared power with Espartero, head of progressivism, with whose political views did not coincide. He created his own party (Liberal Union)
  • Francisco Serrano (1810)

    Francisco Serrano (1810)
    Military and Spanish politician (San Fernando, Cadiz, 1810). Son of a liberal military. In 1839, he moved into politics, siding with the progressive option representing Espartero. As a congressman, supported the Regency of Espartero (1841), who appointed him Marshal and Minister of War, but then turned against the excessive power of the regent, cooperating with Juan Prim to overthrow him (1843). He was lover of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Constitution of 1812

    Constitution of 1812
    Known popularly like Pepa, was promulgated by the General Spanish Parliament of Spain, assembled extraordinarily in Cadiz, on March 19, 1812. A great historical importance has been granted him for treating itself about the first constitution promulgated in Spain, beside being one of the most liberal of his time.
  • Fernando Vll

    Fernando Vll
    Known popularly like Pepa, was promulgated by the General Spanish Parliament of Spain, assembled extraordinarily in Cadiz, on March 19, 1812. A great historical importance has been granted him for treating itself about the first constitution promulgated in Spain, beside being one of the most liberal of his time.
  • Second Reign Fernando Vll

    Second Reign Fernando Vll
    Between 1814 and 1820 it restored the absolutism. After six years of war the successive governments fernandinos did not manage to restore the situation. In 1820 there originated the Liberal Triennium, during which there were restored the Constitution and the decrees of Cadiz. As the liberal moderate ones were displaced, the king, he was conspiring to restore the absolutism, what there achieved after the intervention of Hundred Mil Hijos de San Luis in 1823.
  • General Prim

    General Prim
    Nació en Reus(Tarragona) en 1814. Fue un soldado y un líder político. Seis pistoleros dispararon sus armas contra Prim porque tenia muchos enemigos como el duque de Montpensier, el regente Serrano, los esclavos y comerciantes de la Habana
  • Maroto

    Rafael Maroto was born in Lorca in 1783. His military career was intense and brilliant due to the War of Spanish Independence. Then, once deceased Fernando VII, finished inclining for the side Carlist where he acquired great protagonism, so much it is so it managed to happen to the own Zumalacárregui. nevertheless, there owes the signature of the agreement to him with Esparto seller, person in charge of the liberal troops, that Carlist put end to the first war.
  • Sagasta 1825

    Sagasta 1825
    He was born in Rioja in 1825. Spanish liberal politician, was an engineer of roads, canals and ports. He played from young in the Progressive Party, with which he participated in the Revolution of 1854. After the brief experience of progressive power biennium, again as deputy opposition
  • General Pavía 1827

    General Pavía 1827
    Spanish general whose military coup out in practice with the He was born in Cadiz in 1827. In the First Spanish Republic. He participated in the uprising of Salvanés Villarejo (1866) led by Juan Prim and, after the failure of the military coup, went into exile, returning after the Revolution of 1868 that overthrew Isabel II, after this, I realize the famous coup.
  • Cánovas Del Castillo 1828

    Cánovas Del Castillo 1828
    I was born in Malaga in 1828. Spanish politician, architect of the Restoration regime. Law degree from the University of Madrid. He was also a member of the Royal Spanish Academy (1867)
  • Martinez Campos 1831

    Martinez Campos 1831
    I was born in Segovia in 1831. He Was in Cuba for a while and come back to Spain took part in suppressing the uprising occurred in Valencia Republican. In 1874, in Sagunto, Alfonso XII proclaimed as king, and he was elevated to the rank of commander in chief.
  • Carlos Maria Isidro

    Carlos Maria Isidro
    The first claimant Carlist to the Spanish throne, with the name of Carlos V. She was the second son of Carlos IV and Maria Luisa of Parma and brother of Fernando VII. In September, 1816 he married his niece the infanta of Portugal Maria Francisca of Portugal Carlos she was a very religious person who believed in the divine right of the monarchy.
  • Maria Chistine de Bourbon

    Maria Chistine de Bourbon
    She was A Queen of Spain for his marriage with the king Fernando VII in 1829 and regent of Spain, between 1833 and 1840, during a part of the minority of his daughter the queen Isabel II of Spain. The king had named it in his testament Governor of the Kingdom, post in the one that would be confirmed by the constituent Spanish Parliament in 1836.
  • Cabrera

    He was an out-standing leading Carlist. Part took in both major expeditions Carlists during the war. In 1847, the raising of the matiners takes place. Already this year, unconnected items had got up in support of the reason Carlist. They were the prefaces of the Second War Carlist.
  • Tomás de Zumalacárregui

    Tomás de Zumalacárregui
    He was a Spanish military man who managed to be a general Carlist during the First War Carlist. To the beginning of the War of the Independence, in 1808, it enlisted in Saragossa, where it took part in the first site of the city. Also it took part in Tudela's battle and in the second Site of Saragossa
  • Constitution of 1813

    Constitution of 1813
    It was promulgated in Spain during Maria Cristina de Borbón's Regency. It was an initiative of the progressive Party to approve a Constitution of consensus with the Moderate Party that was allowing the alternation of both liberal parties without whenever it was changing the government it was necessary to change the Constitution. It was in force until 1845.
  • Baldomero Espartero

    Baldomero Espartero
    He was a Spanish general, who showed the prince's titles of Vergara, duke of the Victory, duke of Morella, count of Luchana and vizconde of Flags, all of them in reward for his labor in the battlefield, especially in the First War Carlist, where his direction of the Elizabethan army or cristino performed vital importance for the final victory. In addition, he exercised the viceroy's post of Navarre (1836).
  • Creation of Civil Guard (1844)

    Creation of Civil Guard (1844)
    Civil Guard was formed at the initiative and under the control of the Minister of War Manuel de Mazarredo, by a Royal Decree of 28 March 1844. On May 2 of that year Ramón María Narváez took office, returned to the idea, ordering her to equal employment reorganization Francisco Javier Girón y Ezpeleta Las Casas and Enrile
  • Constitution of 1845

    Constitution of 1845
    It was the supreme norm during the effective reign of Isabel II, who replaced the Constitution of 1837 supreme norm during his minority. The Constitution of 1845 was in force up to the proclamation of the Spanish constitution of 1869, though there were several attempts to replace it in 1852 and during the progressive period of two years (1854-1856). It was the constitutional expression of the Spanish doctrinarismo
  • Amadeo I of Saboya 1845

    Amadeo I of Saboya  1845
    He was born in 1845. Courts appointed Amadeo I of Savoy King of Spain by an absolute majority on 16 November 1870. The Prime Minister, General Juan Prim, proposed his candidacy for its Catholic character and progressive. The reign of Amadeo of Savoy was characterized by political instability, symbolized in six cabinets with three Prime Ministers (Francisco Serrano, Manuel Zorrilla and Matthew Sagasta)

    He was born in Ferrol in 1850. Spanish labor movement leader, was the founder of the Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) in 1879 and the General Union of Workers (UGT) in 1888.
  • Vicalvarada (1854)

    Vicalvarada (1854)
    The pronouncement Vicalvarada was a progressive military, led by General Leopoldo O'Donnell and Sweet Sunday against the moderate government. Consequence of the coup ended the decade moderate progressives gain power (1854-1856), which is called the progressive biennium
  • Alfonso XII 1857

    Alfonso XII 1857
    King of Spain (Madrid, 1857). Son of Elizabeth II, accompanied into exile when it was overthrown by the Revolution of 1868. In 1870 her mother abdicated in it, and in 1873 left it to Cánovas defense of the Bourbon cause in Spain.
  • Constitution of 1869

    Constitution of 1869
    The Spanish Constitution of 1869 was the first democratic Spanish nineteenth-century liberalism, was approved on June 6 of that year, after a revolutionary process that ended with the stage of Isabel II and the corrupt government of the moderate liberals, known revolution as "Glorious".
  • Elisabeth ll

    Elisabeth ll
    Isabel II of Borbón, called that of the Sad Destinations was a Queen of Spain between1833 and 1868, after the derogation of the Salic Law by means of the Pragmatic Sanction, which provoked the insurgencia of the infante Carlos, supported by the absolutist groups (the Carlists) who already had tried to proclaim him a king in the agony of Fernando VII.
  • First Republic 1873

    First Republic 1873
    The resignation of Amadeo led provisional government in the new parliamentary majority, radicals and federal Republicans proclaimed the First Republic in 1873 and appointed a new coalition government led by bipartisan Figueras.Con the proclamation of the Republic implemented measures such as the transformation of land ownership, reduced working hours, higher wages, healthy working conditions, compulsory or dont permit the child labour.
  • Salmerón 1938

    Salmerón 1938
    He was born in Almeria in 1938. He was a Spanish politician and philosopher, executive chairman of the First Spanish Republic for six weeks in 1873. He was Professor of World History at the University of Oviedo