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Images Dated 29th January 2007

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Comte de Paris, 19th century Featured 29 Jan 2007 Image

Comte de Paris, 19th century

Comte de Paris, 19th century. Louis-Philippe Albert of Orleans, Count of Paris (1838-1894) was the grandson of Louis-Philippe I, King of the French. He became the Prince Royal, heir to the throne, when his father, Prince Ferdinand-Philippe, Duke of Orleans, died in 1842. Attempts to place him on the throne after Louis-Philippe abdicated in 1848 came to nothing, and he fled into exile. He served in the Union Army in the American Civil War. The French monarchy was never restored and the Count of Paris died at Stowe House in Buckinghamshire

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Louis-Philippe, King of France, 1830.Artist: Thomson Featured 29 Jan 2007 Image

Louis-Philippe, King of France, 1830.Artist: Thomson

Louis-Philippe, King of France, 1830. Louis Philippe (1773-1850) was proclaimed king in 1830 after the overthrow of the repressive regime of Charles X by the July Revolution. Ruling as King of the French rather than of France, he attempted to establish a monarchy more in touch with the people than previously. Louis Philippe's rule was initially popular, but his regime increasingly came to be regarded as conservative and favouring the wealthy. In 1848 the people revolted again and Louis Philippe abdicated and fled to England. His overthrow brought an end to the monarchy in France

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Louis Philippe I, King of France Featured 29 Jan 2007 Image

Louis Philippe I, King of France

Louis Philippe I, King of France, 19th century. Louis Philippe (1773-1850) was proclaimed king in 1830 after the overthrow of the repressive regime of Charles X by the July Revolution. Ruling as King of the French rather than of France, he attempted to establish a monarchy more in touch with the people than previously. Louis Philippe's rule was initially popular, but his regime increasingly came to be regarded as conservative and favouring the wealthy. In 1848 the people revolted again and Louis Philippe abdicated and fled to England. His overthrow brought an end to the monarchy in France

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