Louis Philippe


noun

"Citizen King", 1773–1850, king of France 1830–48.

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Louis Philippe
/ (French filip) /

noun

known as the Citizen King. 1773–1850, king of the French (1830–48). His régime became excessively identified with the bourgeoisie and he was forced to abdicate by the revolution of 1848
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