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1923 Primo Rivera dictatorship victory over 1936 popular 1973 Murder
Carrero Blanco State Strike
1977 UCD 1981
Signed VII
1823 Absolutism or mediocre monarch Prince Charles joined radical
brother of King
Alfonso XII Champs Restoration brings heads of government Mtnez Canovas
Sagasta liberal liberal Posada,Maria Cristina regency death
Alfonso XIII Restoration mother regency government chief cristina m º Sagasta
Fco Silvela conservative mismatch problems real political system
parties and unions boom PSOE, UGT, cnt; serious working class mise
Barcelona tragic week, killing gutters, 1st
World War; coup
Primo Rivera

1870/72 Amadeo Heads of Government gnrales Serrano Zorrilla
Sagasta, abdicates proclaimed republic
America declares independence 1824
Battle Ebro
Catalonia conquest exodus republic loyal troops and civilians
"Bailen wear French troops, exhausted Russian economy from
"Trafalgar 1805 French victory
Restoration happens Berenguer Primo Rivera path back up
proclaims the 2nd Spanish Republic
Biennium lerrous center-right radicals were discredited by straperlo
Left approves biennium Catalan statute or not the Basque Galiacia
Two Progressive begins after delivery and pro Odonell Vicalvaro
Clamacion clear apple
Luis S 100,000 children less opposition preemptive invasion 1820-23
wanting to get rid of liberalism liberate Signed VII, Spain gives a
ominous decade revolutionary image back to absolutism
Carlos IV abdicates in Signed first constitution VII
Change the succession and women can reign Signed VII
Canovas del Castillo 1857 Alfonsino party leader Alfonso XII; regency
Maria Cristina is killed Ideas Turno parties; approach
Cea Bermudez 1833/35 absolutist mayor with M ª Cristina
Napoleon French city obtains waiver Bayona Carlos IV and Fernando 7
the Spanish throne
1890 Civil Code adopted Regency Maria Cristina
Granted voting rights to minorities more capable
1812 Constitution separation of powers, elections mechanisms cuts
mo control, principle of equality, economy
principle of property
ing full and individual economic freedom at all, just the
unionism, abolishes inquisition, deep ideological divide between
Liberals and conservatives
1845 Constitution established shared sovereignty between the courts and
King official state religion Catholicism
1869 Monarchist Constitution civil rights statement
established national sovereignty claims courts elected members
universal male suffrage
1931 Constitution democratic and egalitarian fixed, did not recognize
peerages if women political rights secular parliamentary
Constitution 1978 as absolute monarchy shared sovereignty state
For King and court
Courts Cádiz1812 sovereign state, require, transcendent to
Spanish liberalism perform legislative work becomes dictatorship Spain
CNT 1910
XIX Century
Ominous Decade 1823 s son back absolutism 100,000 hard luis
Disentailment system helped consolidate estates in the countryside
Church Disentailment 1835 Juan Alvarez Mendizabal
Desamotizacion civil, 1855Banking law, corporation, railways, invest
foreign capital, the electric telegraph
Disaster ultramar1898 war with sinking boat used by Joaquin
Municipal Elections 1931 Alfonso XIII was persuaded to stay the
exercise real power and leave the country
Emilio Castelar Amadeo 1873 after Congress dominated by
1822 abolition exalts nobility privileges forced to pay church
is free money changer, exiled to Englandwith Elizabeth II after
lifting replaced by Narvaez
Expedition to Mexico with Odonell
Expulsion of the French Ferdinand VII
FERNANDO VII 1814 with the independence of America is consumed except
South American states arise Antilla bankrupt estate, plots
civilian and military
expulsion of the French, Crea F º Development, First
budgets boycotting liberal reforms through constitutional powers
Decade of the 1833 State Final diesabsolute support Carlos
Maria Isidro angry king tolerance against liberal and Francophile
Timelines Sexenio Absoluitista; Trienio liberal Absolu Decade
First Carlist War
Death confronts daughter Elizabeth and Carlos Maria Isidro
Railroad was built with capital, foreign technology equipment
U.S. training 1788 Charles IV
Political and social regime
Franco was born during civil war
Most relevant person in the first phase Serrano
Spanish courts fundamental rights and duties collected
Civil Guard 1844 Queen Elizabeth II
Blow da Pavia 1874 Gnral Gnral state Mtnez Fields
Civil War cause labor disputes, lost moderate influence Gil
Robles and Calvo Sotelo rising authoritarian phalanx grew very fast
Psoe divided with murder Caballero Prieto and cons Calvo Sotelo
Jeje Sanjurjo led military breaths Government
Starts Quiroga 170,736
Civil Support was put gnral Sanjurjo but crashed and assumes Fran
coruña crtra first stage battle, Rio Jarama, Guadalajara
Bandos monarchy restoration requests is heredereos Carlism Alfonso
Charles died without a successor, Alfonso 13, Falange not accept monarchy idea
authoritarian state and death of Alfonso Carlos Rivera Primo franc has
ce organizations stronger by removing all harsh repression
Hispano-American War sinking Regency Maine in Havana
Maria Cristina

1812 Independence War current protagonists sympathetic to Spain
mo of ordinary people in history was negative for destrucion
economic crisis
facing death and allies franciacontra Spain English
is and Portuguese
Napoleonic Wars 1808
1st Carlist War Cristina M º 1839 Regency between Chartists and gnerales
Carlist supporters Elizabethan old values
Cuba Revolt 10 years Carlist War 1868/78
USA 1898 War outcome was decided at sea Cavite and Santiago
Franco-Prussian War struggle claimants to the throne six years revolution 1870
Godoy 1792 head of government
Azana Popular Front Government, Casares, Quiroga resume politi reforms
Government Odonell Narvaez characterized by peace, support bourgeoisie, war
Morocco vast territories of Ceuta and Melilla
Elizabeth II
Goya s XIX
Historical Facts Glorious Revolution, 1 ª Republica; Restoration
Nineteenth century
liberalism versus fundamentalism Joaquin Costa
Cuban armed insurrection Grito de Yara Restoration
Elizabeth born 1830 parents Signed VII M º Cristina Espartero government chief
sequences flees to France 1868; Provisional Government;
Gnrales Serrano Prim; Amadeo Savoy abdication; Republic; Alfonso XII;
M. Cristina; Alfonso XIII Timelines Decade moderate; Biennium
Progressive, Liberal Union
Joaquin Costa 1898 complaint oligarchy and despotism, ultra-disaster
Tues war used by sinking boat, nationalism born desta
Sabino can Fdez Aranas with religious fundamentalism and the concept of
Catalanismo was more reasonable race goes to a federal state based its
prosperity and free trade protectionist textile tongue tasting
xix s wool is revalued fundamentalism versus liberalism
Jose Canalejas progama regenerationist abolition included some military serv
Jose Aparicio painting s painting XIX hunger in Madrid
Juan Alvarez Mendizabal1835 disentailment ecclesiastical icautacion
church property from the state whom the auction off, income
Carlist wars, invest in their own state negative
increasing social inequality is consolidated estates
1835 estates Juan Perez Mendizabal
Canton Uprising regions, cities, counties declared Republican
And they rebel against the state
first republic
Alfonsino party leader Canovas del Castillo
League 1904 League catalina Fransex Combou conservative, moderate open
labor movement appears
Rail Lineunit opened by Elizabeth II Barcelona mataro
Leonardo Alenza soup kitchen table sharing S XIX
Social Security Legislation Regent Maria Cristina
Salic law was abolished French Revolution 1830
Labor Law Regency women and children Maria Cristina
Liberals divide radical and absolute
Liberalism clashes with the reality of the period 1820-23 are divided into
moderates and progressives with
M º 1833/35 Cristina
countess with her painting XIX Vilches S
Manifesto of the Persians Duke of San Carlos and 69 deputies absolutist
Signed VII
Maura policy could not conclude the weeks events lose confidence king
Alfonso XII Champs restoration Mtnez son of Isabel II
Martinez de la Rosa replaces liberal 1833/35 M º Cristina Cea Bermudez
Maria Cristina 1839 fdo VII woman tries to maintain absolutism removes Cea
Martinez Bemudez is absolutist and liberal support liberal pink 1
Carlist War 1839
National Militia created Liberal Triennium
M º building created with Signed VII 1823
Moderate and exalts 1820-23
(national guard military force
citizens in defense of the scheme) benefit the largest harassed
the liberal regime
Mutiny of Aranjuez dismissal abdication carlosIV Godoy 1808
1904 labor movement
league Fransex Combou
1898 Nationalism
stand Sabino Arana Fdez integrator
Catalanismo religious and race concept was going to a more reasonable
federal state based its prosperity and textile protectionism
Catalan free trade is revalued against fundamentalism s nineteenth
liberalism Joaquin Costa
1843/54 Narvaez uprising against Espartero remains moderate
as Queen
Elizabeth II Head of Government
1857/63 Odonell formed the Liberal Union, the prestige
expedition to Mexico,
1859-1860 Moroccan War after the death of
Narvaez and progressives and unionists want Odonell end of the dynasty
Forces church and nobility to pay taxes 1822
Oligarchy and
Joaquin Costa Caciquismo of exclusivism and synthesizes ideas
Insincerity election as vice principal political system
Timelines Maria Cristina Borbon Regency, Regency Espartero Isabe
"Cuckoo incident events;
Week tragic; mur eduard
Pasan rural people to cities
Pact of Pardo Sagasta Canovas and health of King Alfonso XII of Time
1885 Games
Peseta 1868 established as national currency unit to Elizabeth II
Ponzano sculptureLate neoclassical work lions Members S XIX
state budgets are beginning to be 1823 but
this lacks the means to modernize a lack of money
First Spanish Constitution 1808 with Jose Bonaparte cuts Bayonne
Return crown to Charles IV and that the emperor of France cedes
World War Restoration Spain maintained neutr Alfonso XIII
consequences unrest labor unrest from 1917
First Spanish Republic Restoration Figueras unit presidents
; Margal federal federal Salmeron, Castelar, gnral Serrano uprising
cantonal; MtnCampos
Prim Restauració murder 1870/72 Amadeo reign to Levantam
tion cantonal
Alfonso Rivera Primo Restoration da coup supported some exercise state
quote and Catalan bourgeoisie;
achievements peace protectorate dictatorship
landing lavender; opposition creates telephone Campsa House,
Berenguer resigned happens committees delivery rooms; 2nd Republic
1843/53 school Promotes Elizabeth II
Recognition liberties revolutionary sexenio
Reduce illiteracy S XIX
Agrarian Reform starts timidly with exalts
"Labor, military, government agricultural CEDA
"WMDs division in 49 provinces with M º Cristina
Regency is in Cadiz
"M º 1885 Restoration wife Cristina Alfonso XII, Madrid
Alfonso XIII heads of government gnrales Serrano Zorrilla Silvela; Sagasta;
Canovas, Hispanic-American war, legislation on social security law
Serrano occupy Crown Regency Savoy Amadeo
Catholic Religion narvaezse comes a single seat under state sta
1874/1902 Statement of Mtnez Restoration Campos Canovas
Sagasta conservative liberal
Liberal Party leader Sagasta During this
lished universal male suffrage gnrales government heads Serrano Prim
Cuban armed insurrection Grito de Yara
Glorious Revolution of Prim, Serrano 1868
"Glorious / 1st
Republic / Restoration
1830 French Revolution
Government support conto Revolucion 1934, Cnt Pce and prepared leaders
Yield burst socialist members enter government Lerroux

1820 Irrigation uprising succeeds alliance forces to create sta abide Signed VII
French Revolution
Romantic sentimentality is feeling the Elizabethan era painting
manners to everyday life scene painting Leonardo Alenza
sharing soup kitchen, or your table
Madrazo Countess Vilches S XIX
Chief government liberal Sagasta Amadeo Savoy Alfonso XII
Tragic Week Barcelona Alfonso XIII intensifies opposition Antonio
Maura who ministers council resigns as president
Sexenio absolutist constitution abolished 1814-1820 uprising Ends
Ejercito de
Revolutionary Sexenio get to have three wars at once Third War
Carlist, Cuba, 10 years; Cantonalist

Provisional Revolutionary Government Sexenio General Restoration
Serrano and Prim, Elizabeth II flees to France
S late eighteenth worrying problem of cultural backwardness, can read only 6%
S XIX retreat of the church there is no means to go to all, anarchism has
civil war ta basic message unionism advocated abstention
CNT 1910, Pablo Iglesias 1878 socialism 1910 Paul Igelesias UGT 1880
ART CULTURE S XIX scarce economic resources, church Negative
municipalities do not fund art and culture
industrialization positive move
rural people to cities providing schooling reduces the
analfabetación precarious as Spain with 65% notes
Goya Art
Signed neoclassical VI reign of Pta Toledo, Congress Members,
Jose Aparicio hunger in Madrid painting, sculpture neo Ponzano
Late classic work lions
Romanticism is emotional Members
hera sentimentality with Elizabethan manners to scene painting
Leonardo everyday Alenza sharing soup kitchen table, Madrazo
Vilches countess with her painting
S XX Art Neoclassicism, Romanticism and NaturalismCulture growth
Working Class schoolchildren social reality weight becomes life
social and labor becomes mobile
Sta Alliance 1820 uprising
Socialist progressed slowly
universal suffrage 1890 Spain was a democracy
Fontanebleu 1807 Treaty authorized French troops to cross
Spain to attack Portugal
Democratic transition period restoration democratic institutions
between 1975/1982 its economic success and social transformation need
democratic development paper crown came after Arias Navarro Adolfo Suar
Torcuato Fdez Miranda advised by open elections terrorism Suar
ucd creates open cuts which create APRU constitute constitution 06/12/78
1820 Liberal Triennium end up failing political regime, by the division
Liberals were moderates and radicals Irrigation head of government
They established laws passed in Cadiz deletion inquisition
Widespread corruption
Vicalvarada Elizabeth moderate power abuse
gnrales Duce and the rebel Queen calls
Esparteros Odonell shares
UGT 1910 S XIX
Fco Silvela conservative Union founded inRegent Maria Cristina

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