(1773-1850) King of France 1830-48. Son of Louis Philippe Joseph, Duke of Orléans 1747-93; both were known as Philippe Egalité from their support of the 1792 Revolution. Louis Philippe fled into exile...
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[musician] Louis Philippe (real name: Philippe Auclair) is a London-based French singer, songwriter, arranger and producer who has been active from the mid-1980s onwards. His name is associated with the short-lived, but very influential él record label; since this label`s demise (1989), he ...
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Louis Philippe (lwē fēlēp') , 1773–1850, king of the French (1830–48), known before his accession as Louis Philippe, duc d'Orléans. The son of Philippe Égalité (see Orléans, Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'), he joined the army of the French R...
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Louis Philippe was King of the French. He was born in 1773 at Paris and died in 1850. He was the eldest son of Duke Louis Philippe Joseph of Orleans, surnamed Egalite, and during his father's lifetime he was known as Duke of Chartres. He entered the army in 1791, and favouring the popular cause in t...
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King of France 1830–48. Son of Louis Philippe Joseph, Duke of Orléans 1747–93; both were known as Philippe Egalité from their support of the 1792 Revolution. Louis Philippe fled into exile 1793–1814, but became king after the 1830 revolution with the backing of the rich bourgeoisie. Corrupti...
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king of the French from 1830 to 1848; basing his rule on the support of the upper bourgeoisie, he ultimately fell from power because he could not win ... [22 related articles]
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