Ernest Augustus suppresses the Constitution in Hanover

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Historical Context Note

Ernest Augustus, the new King of Hanover after the death of William IV of Britain and Hanover, suppresses the liberal constitution which had been granted to the German kingdom by William in 1833.
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Editors. "Ernest Augustus suppresses the Constitution in Hanover". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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