In early 1830 King Charles X tried to beat back the liberal opposition. Instead they came back stronger than ever.
Direct Link: 6.03- Help Yourself And Heaven Will Help You
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After ascending to the throne in 1824 Charles X wanted to impose his ultra-royalism on France, but his annoying subjects kept resisting.
Direct Link: 6.02- Charles the Simple
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After the fall of Napoleon, the Bourbon monarchy was restored.
Direct Link: 6.01- The Chain of Time
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In 1830 both Simon Bolivar and Gran Colombia died.
Direct Link: 5.27- The Labyrinth
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On Sept 25, 1828 Simón Bolívar went out the window.
Direct Link: 5.26- Out the Window
[Update: Edited out the line where I accidentally called Santa Marta "a small island off the coast of Colombia" which it is really super not and never was. Thanks Juan!]
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At the end of 1826 Simon Bolivar returned to Colombia to deal with the revolt of Jose Antonio Paez.
Direct Link: 5.25- The Tangled Swords
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In 1825 Upper Peru became the independent nation of Bolivia.
Direct Link: 5.24- The Republic of Bolivar
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Wherein Gen. Sucre wins a very Bolivarian battle.
Direct Link: 5.23- Ayacucho
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Simòn Bolívar and Jose de San Martin met for the first and only time in July 1822
Direct Link: 5.22- The Guayaquil Conference
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In 1822, Antonio Jose Sucre and Simon Bolivar liberated Quito and made Gran Colombia whole.
Direct Link: 5.21- The Third Sister
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