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After the fall of Napoleon, the Bourbon monarchy was restored.
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After ascending to the throne in 1824 Charles X wanted to impose his ultra-royalism on France, but his annoying subjects kept resisting.
In early 1830 King Charles X tried to beat back the liberal opposition. Instead they came back stronger than ever.
On Monday July 26, 1830 the Four Ordinances were published. On Tuesday July 27 the July Revolution began.
On Wed July 28, 1830 the people of Paris proved that piles of rubble were the key to urban revolution.
Time to get this piece on the board.
King Charles X should have never signed the Four Ordinances. You know. In hindsight.
What the heck did the rest of France think about the July Revolution? Sponsor Link: Audible.com/revolutions
In 1830, the Belgians said we don't want to be a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands anymore.
After the fall of Napoleon, Austrian Foreign Minister Metternich attempted to orchestrate a new conservative order in Europe. Sponsor: Bombfell.com/revolutions.