Translation for 'Bonapartism' from English to Russian
NOUN   Bonapartism | -
бонапартизм {м}
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Translation for 'Bonapartism' from English to Russian

бонапартизм {м}ист.пол.
Usage Examples English
  • Since the first term of president Putin, Gafurov has elaborated the concept of Russian Bonapartism and the attempts by the bourgeoisie for Liberal Revenge.
  • Orleanism was opposed by the two other monarchist trends: the more conservative Legitimism that was loyal to the eldest branch of the House of Bourbon after 1830, and the Bonapartism that supported Napoleon’s legacy and heirs.
  • Following the definite overthrow of the Second French Empire, the Third French Republic was established. Bonapartism faded from a civic faith and monarchist bloc to an obscure predilection, more akin to a hobby than a practical political philosophy or movement.
  • Karl Marx developed the term Bonapartism to explain and describe the character of the regimes that existed under Napoleon I and Napoleon III.
  • This incident affected the young Claude Guillaumin, who opposed bonapartism and all forms of despotism.

  • Thierry Choffat (19 May 1968 – 6 September 2021) was a French political scientist. He specialized in syndicalism, the far right, the far left, and Bonapartism.
  • Khrushchev alleged Bonapartism as a justification for Zhukov's removal.
  • There was some common ground between Bonapartism and radical Boulangism, and Bonapartist leaders such as Prince Jérôme, Prince Victor Napoléon, and Paul Cassagnac thought they could profit from Boulangism.
  • He is a specialist of political and social history of Bonapartism. He is also the honorary master of conferences in contemporary history at the University of Limoges.
  • Another theoretical term used by some Trotskyists, most notably Ted Grant, to describe the dictatorial rule of bureaucracies in such "degenerated" or "deformed" workers' states is proletarian bonapartism.

  • At the Bourbon Restoration, Quérangal was maintained in his duties at Rochefort. After the Hundred Days, he was accused of bonapartism, and was retired with the rank of contre-amiral.
  • At present, of France's three monarchist movements, Orléanism, Legitimism and Bonapartism; all have produced claimants to the defunct French throne, who are descendants of Friso.
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