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Charles X of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Charles X (Charles Philippe; 9 October 1757 – 6 November 1836) was King of France from 16 September 1824 until 2 August 1830. [1] For most of his life he was known ...

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To learn the story of Charles X, the last of the Bourbon monarchs of France who survived two revolutions and periods of exile, head to

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Charles X, also called (until 1824) Charles-philippe, Comte (count) D’artois, byname (1795–1824) Monsieur (born Oct. 9, 1757, Versailles, Fr.—died Nov. 6, 1836 ...

The Mad Monarchist: Monarch Profile: King Charles X of France

Surely one of the most staunchly monarchist of all monarchs was His Most Christian Majesty King Charles X of France. As the younger brother of King Louis ...

Charles X - NNDB

Charles X, King of France from 1824 to 1830, was the fourth child of the dauphin, son of Louis XV and of Marie Josephe of Saxony, and consequently brother of Louis XVI.

Charles X of France - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

Charles X (1757-1836), king of France and Navarre (1824-30). He was the grandson of Louis XV and younger brother of kings Louis XVI and Louis XVIII.

Charles X of France - Historipedia Official Wiki - Wikia

Childhood and adolescence Edit File:Charles-x-and-his-sister-clotilde-mounting-a-goat.jpg Charles Philippe of France was born in 1757, the youngest son of the Dauphin ...

Category:Charles X of France - Wikimedia Commons

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Charles X, The Last Coronation. Tau Palace, Reims, France ...

Charles X, The Last Coronation. Tau Palace, Reims, France. ... Portrait of Charles X of France by François Gérard 1829. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Charles VIII of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Childhood and youth. Charles was born at the Château d'Amboise in France, the only surviving son of King Louis XI by his second wife Charlotte of Savoy.