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MAGABACK:

What caused the polish revolution? (tell u below)

MAGABACK:

The final spark that ignited Warsaw was a Russian plan to use the Polish Army to suppress France's July Revolution and the Belgian Revolution, in clear violation of the Polish constitution. The rebels managed to enter the Belweder, but Grand Duke Constantine had escaped in women's clothing.

MAGABACK:

All traces of former Polish autonomy were removed, and the Kingdom was divided into ten provinces, each with an appointed Russian military governor under the control of the Governor-General in Warsaw. All former Polish government functionaries were deprived of their positions and replaced by Russian officials.

MAGABACK:

November Insurrection, (1830–31), Polish rebellion that unsuccessfully tried to overthrow Russian rule in the Congress Kingdom of Poland as well as in the Polish provinces of western Russia and parts of Lithuania, Belorussia, (now Belarus), and Ukraine.

MAGABACK:

The Greater Poland uprising of 1848 or Poznań Uprising (Polish: powstanie wielkopolskie 1848 roku / powstanie poznańskie) was an unsuccessful military insurrection of Poles against forces of the Kingdom of Prussia, during the Revolutions of 1848.

MAGABACK:

166,000 people lost their lives in the uprising, including perhaps as many as 17,000 Polish Jews who had either fought with the AK or had been discovered in hiding.

Aliciaa:

The final spark that ignited the uprising was the decision of Nicholas І to use Polish forces to suppress Page 3 3 the revolution in France. Responding to the call of the Military Union on 29 November 1830, thousands of Warsaw residents rose up. Grand Duke Constantine fled the city. What were the causes of the Polish revolution? When a revolution broke out in Paris (July 1830) and the Russian emperor Nicholas I indicated his intention of using the Polish Army to suppress it, a Polish secret society of infantry cadets staged an uprising in Warsaw (Nov. 29, 1830). The direct cause of the uprising was an extensive plan of forced recruitment of Polish youth into the Imperial Russian Army. The insurrectionists used guerilla tactics and the fights took place in the provinces. The rebels attempt to conquer the base in Płock was not successful.

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