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Who was the ruler of France from 1867-1934?

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Louis XIV was ruler of France in that year.

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The ruler of France was king Louis XV and that of Austria was empress Maria Theresa of Hapsburg.

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After the French Revolution and the ensuing bloodbath and chaos, a strong ruler was needed.

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France has no ruler. Instead there is a President, whose name is Nicolas Sarkozy.

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Napoleon Bonaparte was the ruler who decided to sell all that land to the US.

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Francis 1 was a ruler of France

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the French King Louis the fifteenth

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The most famous absolute ruler of France in the 1600s and early 1700s was Louis XIV, who was also called the "Sun King". He drew in all power from across France and strongly weakened the nobility.

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It is actually 4134 km, the border of France. Sources:Google Earth Ruler Tool, traced around France border

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I think the ruler of France during WW1 was premier Georges Clemenceau (give or take spelling...sorry can't spell in French)

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Napoleon Bonaparte became ruler of France and conquered most of Europe.

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The ruler of France in 1914 was President Raymond Poincare. His term of office was from 1913 to 1920.

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I need this to be answered by tomorrow for school thank you

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The ruler who declared "I am the state" was Louis XIV of France. He reigned from 1638 to 1715 and was known as the Sun King.

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France had spent years overthrowing the Monarchy and then handed Napoleon the throne.

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the answer is Charlemagne because he conquered much of France

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No, he was not. He was an influential figure in the French Revolution and First Republic, a member of the National Convention and of the Committee of Public Safety, and popular with the people, but he never came close to being an actual ruler of France. He was a supporter of the Republic, and wouldn't have sought to be an absolute ruler.

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In the year of 1500 A.D. the ruler was Valois- Orléans Branch. He was the ruler from 1498 AD through 1515 AD.

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In the year 1558 King Henry II was the monarch of France. He was the ruler of France from March 31,1547 until July 10, 1559.

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Do you mean Napoleon Bonapart who was the famous general and ruler of France?

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France ,England, anywhere but Germany

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Maximilian I (1832-1867) qualifies as such.

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They had dinner with Napoleon Bonaparte, later known as Napoleon I (the first). He was ruler of France in the years 1769 - 1821.

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In 1770 the ruler of France was King Louis XVI. On May16, 1770 he married Marie Antoinette. At the time he was the oldest son of the king of France.


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