Revolutions (general)

King Charles X should have never signed the Four Ordinances. You know. In hindsight. 

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Time to get this piece on the board. 

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On Wed July 28, 1830 the people of Paris proved that piles of rubble were the key to urban revolution. 

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On Monday July 26, 1830 the Four Ordinances were published. On Tuesday July 27 the July Revolution began. 

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In early 1830 King Charles X tried to beat back the liberal opposition. Instead they came back stronger than ever. 

 

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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.

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After the fall of Napoleon, the Bourbon monarchy was restored. 

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In 1830, both Simon Bolivar and Gran Colombia died. 

 

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On Sept 25, 1828 Simón Bolívar went out the window.

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At the end of 1826 Simon Bolivar returned to Colombia to deal with the revolt of Jose Antonio Paez. 

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