Charles X: Charles X, king of France from 1824 to 1830.
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He was consecrated at Notre-Dame de Reims 4 Nov 1380. In Jan 1393,he appointed his brother Louis Duc d'Orléans as regent to act during hisperiods of insanity. He concluded a four year peace with England in 1395,sealed by the marriage of his daughter Isabelle to King Richard II. During oneof his periods of madness he was persuaded to sign the Treaty of Troyes 21 May1420, under which he named Henry V King of England as regent and his heir.
Abridged History of Rome - PART III - III - A Period of Change
It was because of Prussian arms that the Imperial election was subverted, with Charles VII of Bavaria becoming the only non-Hapsburg Emperor after Sigismund of Luxemburg -- later, a new Imperial Germany would be the creation of Prussia.
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Imperial forces were led by able and flamboyant figures like Albrecht von Wallenstein (d.1634) and were on the verge of defeating the German Protestants more than once; but Imperial ambitions were checked first by the entry of , with her gifted warrior King, Gustavus Adolphus, and then by the cynical intervention of France, which thought that defeating the Hapsburgs was more important than defending Catholicism.
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It has been said that Charles V and Philip II were great Kings, that Philip III and Philip IV at least like Kings (with Philip IV immortalized by the great portraits of Velázquez), but that Charles II was scarcely a .