Orangist

Some articles on orangist, orangists:

Colonel Borremans - Resistance By The Orangists
... throne of the Duke of Nemours, son of the new king of France, Louis-Philippe, the Orangist faction in the southern part of the Netherlands was able to easily increase its public support ... The Orangists created a network that was able to re-establish the legitimate regime, a network in which were represented, among others, the former Minister Gobbelschroy, an ... For the Orangists, the decision to revolt was caused when Minister Alexandre Gendebien founded, on 23 March 1831, the day of his resignation, the National ...
Batavian Revolution In Amsterdam - Aftermath
... of the ruling city councils to new provisional administrations and the disarmament of the Orangist civic militias and their replacement with "Free Corps" companies from the ... Only the Orangist stronghold of The Hague held out its Orangist city government sought its own accommodation with the French and it was only replaced on 26 February ...
Second Stadtholderless Period - Background - Historiographical Note
... Prinsterer, who were indeed continuing the traditions of the Orangist party during the Republic, recast that history as a heroic narrative of the exploits of the stadtholders of the House ... Superficially, the Orangist historians seemed to have a point, because both stadtholderless periods arguably ended in disaster ... next to the causal process that the Orangists postulated ...
First Stadtholderless Period - The End of The De-Witt Regime
... During the war with England, and the Buat Conspiracy, the Orangists had to lie low, as we have seen ... development started to take shape, in which the Orangist mob (against which normally both the States Party and the Orangist regents would have formed a common front) injected a ... The Orangist regents (hoping this would be a one-off aberration) legitimized this "unconstitutional" interference of the common people in what they, too, considered "their" affairs ...
Regenten - Developments Under The Republic
... of stadtholder Maurice of Nassau in 1618 the replacement of the Orangist regents after the death of stadtholder William II, issuing into the First Stadtholderless Period the ... which explained the increasing intensity of the partisanship between the Orangist and Republican (under various names) factions during that era ...