The Opera riot Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie in Brussels August 25,1830 Daniel Aubers La Muette de Portici (The Mute Girl ofPortici), a sentimental and patriotic opera
At thebeginning, themovementwasmostlyto reviveFlemishliterarylanguage. Furtheron,themovementputforthpoliticaldemandsthatseparatedFlemish and Walloon. AlliancewithCatholicsPeoplePartymadestrongerthemovement.• Theflemishlanguagebecamethesecondofficiallanguagein the country(1898)• Flemisharmy andmilitaryacademywereinstituted.Thisconsequencesremaineduntilthemid 20th century,becausethepoliticalcontrolshiftedtotheflemings.
17 August 1800–27 May 1885 Journalistic campaigns against Dutchrule in Belgium. In 1824 he founded the journal MathieuLaensberg (afterwards Le Politique On the outbreak at Brussels in August1830, Rogier went there with a militiaof about 300 citizens of Liège. In Brussels he gained recognition asone of the most active among thepatriot leaders. He became Prime Minister of Belgiumon two separate occasions: from 1847 to1852, and again from 1857 to 1868.Charles LatourRogier
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