answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

Louis XVIII. was the grandson of Louis XV

User Avatar

Wiki User

14y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Louis xv111 of France is the grandson of?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Continue Learning about General History

Who was king Louis XVI dad?

Louis Ferdinand, dauphin of France, who died aged 36 and was the only son of Louis XV, then King of France. Therefore, Louis XVI became the new dauphin and eventually King instead of his father.


Who was the Grandson of Louis XVI?

Louis XVI never had a grandchild.


Why didn't any of Louis the XIV's children succeeded him as the future king?

Louis XIV was put to the guillotine because of his misuse of power. this was a major cause of the French Revolution.being executed by the people, this was basically saying "as the French people, we take the power away from you and are now forming a radical republic"first off, in a radical republic, kings are non-existantsecondly, Lous was removed for a reason do theFrench really want his chldren???????thrid of all, when removed form power, there will never be a successor from the samefamily.AnswerLouis XIV lived a very long life and ruled France for 72 years. He outlived both his son and grandson. His great grandson was his successor, Louis XV. Louis XV's grandson became Louis XVI who was the King of France who was guillotined along with his wife, Marie Antoinette. After Louis XVI's death came Napoleon and after Napoleon's exile was the brother of Louis XVI, Louis XVIII who was never able to rule as an absolute monarch.


Who was the next king after king Louis xvi?

Depends on your point of view. France became a Republic until 1814, so - nobody. But for Royalists, the Dauphin (eldest son of the King) immediately became Louis XVII until he died. This is why, when the monarchy was restored in 1814, the new King (brother of Louis XVI) was called Louis XVIII.


What is Louis VIII of France's birthday?

Louis VIII of France was born on September 5, 1187.

Related questions

After King Louis who was the leader of France?

his great-grandson


Was Marie Antoinette ever the wife of Louis XIV of France?

No she was not. She was married to his grandson Louis XVI


Did king Louis XV111 rule before Napoleon?

No, his restoration came after Napoleon's exile


Were Louis fifteenth and Louis of France the sixteenth brothers?

No. Louis XVI was the grandson of Louis XV. The series of brothers came next - Louis XVI, Louis XVIII and Charles X.


French monarch maintained the power of the monarchy in the years 1688 to 1789?

Louis XIV (Le roi du Soleil) was King of France from 1643 until 1715. He was succeeded by this great-grandson Louis XV, who reigned from 1715 until 1774. He was succeeded by this grandson Louis XVI who reigned until 1793 and was the last King of France.


The first Bourbon king of Spain 1700-1746 grandson of Louis XIV of France?

Philip V, grandson of Louis XIV of France, was the first Bourbon King of Spain. His reign lasted from November 1, 1700 until January 15, 1724. He then abdicated in favor of his son, Louis. Upon the death of Louis on September 6, 1724, he assumed the throne again.


Who was king Louis XVI dad?

Louis Ferdinand, dauphin of France, who died aged 36 and was the only son of Louis XV, then King of France. Therefore, Louis XVI became the new dauphin and eventually King instead of his father.


Who was the Grandson of Louis XVI?

Louis XVI never had a grandchild.


Why were the restored bourbons short lived?

The restored bourbons were rulers who were brought back to power in France by the great powers of Vienna after the down fall of Napoleon1.this idea of restoring the legitimate rulers was brought by Prince Metternich under the principle of legitimancy. They governed France between 1815-1830 & these were Louis Xavier Stanslas De-France commonly known as Louis XV111 from 1815-1824 & Charles X commonly known as Comte De-Artois from 1825-1830.The following are the reasons why the bourbons were short lived. There government wasn't popular since it was not elected by the French themselves but imposed by the Vienna powers. Weak rulers i.e Louis XV111 was too old & sticky which made his government to be inefficient. There was political instability & civil wars caused by the ultra royalists led by Charles X who dominated the parliament and executed about 7000 Bonapartists on what came to be known as "The White Terror" Favoured landlords i.e Louis XV111 allowed the Emigres to re-posses their land which made peasants disgrantoned. They destroyed the 1814 constitutional charter & began to rule France in the ways of the ancient kings.


Who preceded Louis XIV?

Nobody. Napoleon Bonaparte crowned himself emperor and ended the French Revolution. Then, in 1814, the count of Provence, crowned himself King of France, but he was only so in name and had no actual reigning power. Neither had any of his successors. Louis XVI was actually the last real King of France in the old regime.


Louis 15 in 1774?

Louis XV died in 1774, and was succeeded by his grandson Louis XVI.


Son of Louis XV?

Louis, Dauphin of France, who died in 1765 (aged 36) Philippe de France, who died in 1733 (aged 3) Both of them died before the end of Louis XV's reign. His son Louis had 3 sons before he died, making the oldest son the new Dauphin (crownprince) and this grandson of Louis XV would inherit the throne. This was Lousi XVI.