Antwerp Declaration

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  • Editors

Historical Context Note

  • The Literary Encyclopedia. Volume 1.5.1.00: Dutch and Flemish Writing and Culture, c.800-present.

Henri Comte de Chambord, pretender to the French throne with the 'Legitimist' claim, makes what becomes known as the 'Antwerp Declaration', rejecting the idea of a Revolution Monarchy.
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Citation:
Editors. "Antwerp Declaration". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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