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Louis-Philippe (Louis Philippe)

( The King of France)

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(1773-1850)
Born Oct. 6, 1773 in Paris, the eldest son of Louise of Bourbon and the Duke of Orleans. Subsequently, refused the title of Duke of Chartres and became known as Philippe-EgalitL (Equality). During the Revolution, Louis Philippe has expressed sympathy with the movement for reform, and in 1790 joined the Jacobins. In 1793 broke the revolutionary movement, from that moment began a long period of his exile - he lived in England, Switzerland, and then in the U.S.. Following the abdication of Napoleon in 1814 Louis Philippe returned to France, and Louis XVIII gave him back his titles and property.
The tendency to simplicity and the manner of a Republican won the popularity of Louis Philippe. By 1830, he gained a reputation as a liberal, making it an acceptable figure for the newly nascent industrial capital in France. July Revolution, Louis Philippe offered a chance, and when the Chamber of Deputies offered him the crown, he immediately agreed. He sought to acquire the reputation of the citizen-king, but a liberal start responding rather narrow range of interests of industrialists and bankers. In foreign policy, Louis Philippe was guided by the world and close relations with Britain. By 1846 he had lost his popularity among virtually all segments of the population. February 22, 1848 in Paris, the revolution broke out, and after two days of Louis Philippe abdicated in favor of his grandson - the Count of Paris. The rest of the Chamber of Deputies, elected interim government. Louis Philippe took refuge in England, where he died Aug. 26, 1850.


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