Orangism

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Orangism

[Luxembourg] Orangism was a movement in the 19th century Grand Duchy of Luxembourg favouring the personal union of the Netherlands and Luxembourg under the House of Orange-Nassau. Made up of many notable figures, mainly nobles and Roman Catholic clergy, they were moderate liberals or conservative-liberals and slightly anti-clerical. At firs...
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Orangism

[Belgium] Orangism was a political current in what is now Belgium that supported its inclusion in the short-lived United Kingdom of the Netherlands (1815–1830). After the secession of Belgium in 1830, Orangist sentiment in Flanders for a time sought a restoration of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands. Some of the most prominent Flemish...
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Orangism

[Netherlands] Orangism is a monarchist political support for the House of Orange-Nassau as monarchy of the Netherlands. It played a significant role in the political history of the Netherlands since the Dutch revolt. Since the mid-19th century, the Netherlands has been a constitutional monarchy, meaning that the term `Orangism` is no longer...
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