Carlos's IV son, Fernando, was opposed to the agreement between Godoy and ....
so he led the Mutiny of ...
in .... (year)
It forced Carlos IV to abdicate in favour of his son Fernando, who became Fernando ....
Napoleon then forced Fernando to abdicate and put his brother ....
on the throne of Spain
The french invasion caused an (levantamiento) .....
the SECOND OF MAY OF ....
beginning the War of ....
It was not only a war against France but also a ...
war in Spain.
With the help of the ....
the French were defeated in .... (year)
and then Napoleon recognized Fernando as the king of Spain
The first Spanish Constitution was signed in .... (place)
the only place which was not under French rule.
It was signed in ... (year)
It was the most liberal constitution of its time and the first in Spain.
abolished by Joseph Bonaparte in 1812
drawn up by Carlos IV in 1808
revoked by Fernando VII again in 1823
abolished by Fernando VII in 1814
drawn up by Fernando VII in 1814
1825 / Cuba, Puerto Rico and Bolivia
1825 / Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Philippines
1823 / Cuba, Chile and Argentina
1833 / Cuba, the Philippines and Puerto Rico
According to a law, the heir to the throne of Fernando VII was supposed to be ... (name)
his brother. But Fernando VII chose ... (name)
his eldest daughter instead.
When Fernando VII died in ...
Isabel was only 3 years old, so her mother María Cristina and General ...
ruled as REGENTS.
The beggining of the REGENCY PERIOD was marked by civil wars known as ....
The Carlists were in favour of an absolute monarchy in which the monarch should be Carlos the brother of Fernando VII.
During the reign of Isabel II, Spain became a ....
However, her reign was characterised by political instability and conflict, so she had to exile in ...(year)
With no monarch in charge, a provisional government drew up the second constitution of Spain in .... (year)
which was very similar to the Constitution of 1812.
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