• French Government of the Hundred Days

    French Government of the Hundred Days

    The French Government of the Hundred Days was formed by Napoleon I upon his resumption of the Imperial throne on 20 March 1815, replacing the government of the first Bourbon restoration which had been formed by King Louis XVIII the previous year. Following the defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo and his second abdication on 22 June 1815 the Executive Commission of 1815 was formed as a new government, declaring the Empire abolished for a second time on 26 June.

  • French Provisional Government of 1848

    French Provisional Government of 1848

    The Provisional government was a short-lived government formed on 24 February 1848 at the start of the French Second Republic, after the Cabinet of Fran├žois-Pierre Guizot and the July Monarchy had been thrown out of power. It was succeeded by the Executive Commission of 1848.

  • French Provisional Government

    The French Provisional Government may refer to:

  • French Provisional Government (1815)

  • French Provisional Government, 1815

  • French Provisional Government (disambiguation)

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