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  1. Succession to the former French throne - Wikipedia

    In the event that the queen gave birth to a daughter, Philip undertook to renounce Navarre and Champagne in favor of the princesses, if they renounced the crown of France at the age of consent. If not, their claim was to remain, and "right was to be done to them therein"; but Philip would no longer renounce Navarre and Champagne.

  2. Watching The Crown? Here Are the Real Facts You Need to Know ...

    Jan 13, 2020 · In the end, the Duke ended up in the Bahamas and the Nazis never succeeded in overthrowing the crown. In 1946, Britain, France and the United States agreed to work together to process the Marburg ...

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  3. Hundred Years’ War | Summary, Causes, Effects, Combatants ...

    Sep 10, 2020 · Hundred Years’ War, intermittent struggle between England and France in the 14th–15th century over a series of disputes, including the question of the legitimate succession to the French crown. The struggle involved several generations of English and French claimants to the crown and actually occupied a period of more than 100 years.

  4. 5 moments in 'The Crown' that didn't actually happen in real life
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    • Prince Philip's father didn't blame him for his sister's death. Vickers told Insider that Prince Philip "is very much the show's target" — and that if he wasn't a member of the royal family, he likely would have taken legal action for the false way they portrayed him.
    • Prince Philip was "actually perfectly happy" to kneel before the Queen at her coronation, unlike what the show portrays. "There's a whole episode of Prince Philip refusing to kneel at the coronation, and saying that no man should have to kneel before his wife," Vickers said.
    • The Queen Mother and Lord Mountbatten never conspired to split up Prince Charles and Camilla. "The Queen Mother and Mountbatten had nothing to say to each other at any point in their lives, and there was no question about them conspiring about anything," Vickers said.
    • The Queen didn't visit Churchill when he was ill. The season three episode shows Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Colman) say an emotional goodbye to Winston Churchill (John Lithgow).
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  6. The Estates General and The French Revolution

    Feb 26, 2019 · This was followed by the Estates General being postponed by a few months. The uproar only grew. On December 27th, in a document entitled 'Result of the King's Council of State'—the result of discussion between Necker and the king and contrary to the advice of the nobles—the crown announced that the third estate was indeed to be doubled.

  7. Valois Dynasty | French dynasty | Britannica

    The crown’s exclusive right to levy taxes and to wage war was established; and many of the basic administrative institutions that had begun to develop under the Capetians continued to evolve under the Valois; for example, the Parlements (courts) were extended throughout France to dispense royal justice.

  8. Crown details what happened to Marie France Comeau on her ...

    Oct 19, 2010 · BELLEVILLE -- With day two of the Colonel Russell Williams hearing underway, media and public are hearing what happened the night Corporal Marie France Comeau was murdered. Crown attorney Robert Morrison presented the details to the court Tuesday morning.

  9. What happened to the French royal family? - Quora

    Jun 09, 2020 · Contrary to popular belief, the monarchy of France was not overthrown in the revolution of 1789. At that point it became a constitutional monarchy with Louis XVI as king. That is until the radicals took control and had the king and queen executed. However, that wasn’t the end of the House of Bourbon.

  10. Louis XV, byname Louis the Well-Beloved, French Louis le Bien-Aimé, (born February 15, 1710, Versailles, France—died May 10, 1774, Versailles), king of France from 1715 to 1774, whose ineffectual rule contributed to the decline of royal authority that led to the outbreak of the French Revolution in 1789.

  11. How it happened: Notre Dame Cathedral fire

    What happened: A massive blaze at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris devastated large parts of the 850-year-old church. The fire is now out, but the cathedral's iconic spire fell during the hours it ...