bourbon monarchy

  1. Ferdinand VII isn't captured by Napoleon?

    Less than two months after becoming king of Spain for the first time, Ferdinand VII and his deposed father, Charles IV, were called upon by Napoleon to go to Bayonne to, officially, sort out the situation that was developing as a result of the Tumult of Aranjuez and the Dos de Mayo Uprising...
  2. Basileus_Komnenos

    Development of the Bourbon Kingdom of Sicily if the Murat Kingdom of Naples survives

    Supposing the Kingdom of Naples ruled by the House of Murat remained in place after the Congress of Vienna like it almost did in otl, how would the Bourbon Kingdom of Sicily develop? What would be the likely geo-political and economic developments of Sicily in this tl? How would this Kingdom...
  3. PC: United Kingdom of France and Spain

    Ever since Henri's death in 1883, the Spanish Bourbons have held one of the claims to the French throne. In an atl where France avoids it's disastrous 18th century, was it likely for the French Bourbons to die out? If the main line does extinguish, does the throne go to the closest French...
  4. Consequences of Having More of Louis XIV's Descendants Survive

    How much would France chance if more of Louis XIV's children and their children lived? Obviously, there were many that died young, which would make it hard to determine what would happen afterwards, but what would be the possibilities in the political scheme? Alliances? I'm assuming that the...
  5. WI: Looming seventeenth-century French succession crisis

    Assume the following: 1) Louis XIII's streak of stillborn offspring does not abate in 1638, and he dies childless. 2) This does not butterfly away the battlefield death of the Count of Soissons. 3) The Grand Condé has a daughter rather than a son in 1643; he and his wife, as IOTL, have no...
  6. Guatemalan Revolutionary

    ¡Viva il Re! A Neapolitan timeline

    Hello there, this is my first thread ever in the page, so, please be patient and help me correct any historical mistake, unrealistic event and wank. This thread is about how the kingdom of two Sicilies become a modern and powerfull state that later on will contest the influence of the north...
  7. Basileus_Komnenos

    AHC: Post-1815 Intact Spanish Empire as Major European Power

    How can Spain keep its Empire intact in the 19th Century and restore its status as a premier European power? Spain despite holding a vast colonial empire with lots of untapped resources was treated as a secondary power by the Congress of Vienna in 1815. Spain had lost a great deal of prestige...
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