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Javier Sanz Vicente

on 19 November 2015

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Transcript of MINOR AGED ISABELLA II (1833-1843)

In 1840 the general Baldomero Espartero became regent but he didn't last long.
In 1843, there was a political and military coup led by the generals Leopoldo O'Donnell and Ramón María Narváez. Isabella II was declared adult when she was only 13 years old instead of 14.
The 1º Carlist War (1833-1839)
This war had the origin in the dead of Ferdinand VII and his succession.
One side (Liberals) supported Isabella II of Spain and Maria Christina and on the other side (Carlist) supported Charles V (the king's brother).
It began with the battle of Alsasua and ended with the battle of Ramales.
Isabella's II Childhood
Isabella was born in Madrid in 1830. She was the daughter of Ferdinand VII and Maria Christina of Bourbon. Isabella came to the power because her father Ferdinand VII establish a law called the "pragmatic sanction of 1830". As she was only three years old, her mother Maria Christina became regent in 1833 until 1840. During her regency a new Spanish Constitution of 1837 was approved. The succession of Ferdinand VII led to the Carlist Wars.

The Carlists
Supported by: Miguel I of Portugal.
Wanted to govern in a absolutist way.

Supported by: France, United Kingdoms and Maria II of Portugal.
Wanted to govern in a liberal way.
Baldomero Espartero
By: Javier Sanz Vicente
César Torrego Guillén
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