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  1. Manuel II, (born Nov. 15, 1889, Lisbon, Port.—died July 2, 1932, Twickenham, London, Eng.), king of Portugal from 1908 to 1910, when the republic was declared. Manuel was the younger son of King Charles and Queen Marie Amélie. Charles supported the dictatorship of João Franco and was repudiated by most of the political leaders.

  2. Manuel II (Lisboa, 15 de novembro de 1889 – Londres, 2 de julho de 1932), [1] cognominado "o Patriota", foi o último rei de Portugal e Algarves de 1908 até à sua deposição em 1910 com a Implantação da República Portuguesa.

  3. Manuel II de Portugal, El Patriota o El Desventurado, el último rey de Portugal. 33,691 views Mar 21, 2020 1.3K Dislike Share Save BioPic Channel 373K subscribers Manuel II tuvo un...

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  4. Dom Manuel II (15 November 1889 – 2 July 1932), was the last King of Portugal. He became the King after the assassination of his father Carlos I and his elder brother Luís Filipe. His reign ended during the 5 October 1910 revolution. Manuel lived the rest of his life in exile in Twickenham, Middlesex, England . References [ change | change source]

  5. Manuel II of Portugal fell in love with French actress and dancer Gaby Deslys after meeting with her during a visit to Paris in July 1909, following which he showered her with lavish gifts. Foreign newspapers in Europe and America regularly published stories about their affair, which continued even when he was in exile in London, but ended after she relocated to New York in the summer of 1911.

  6. 27 de dic. de 2014 · En 1889 nacería el príncipe Manuel, quien pasaría a la Historia como Manuel II de Portugal (1889-1932), el último rey portugués. La princesa Amelia no se limitó a ser una consorte al uso.

  7. -Manuel II, Rey de Portugal de 1908 a 1910 . Revolución de Portugal de 1910 . Caída de la Monarquía Lusa y 1ª República de Portugal 1910-1932 . Golpe de Estado del Mariscal Carmona y dictadura nacionalista. António Óscar de Fragoso Carmona, General, Presidente de Portugal del 1926-1951