Charles X



(Charles Gustavus) 1622–60, king of Sweden 1654–60.
1757–1836, king of France 1824–30.
noun
title of Charles Gustavus. 1622–60, king of Sweden, who warred with Poland and Denmark in an attempt to create a unified Baltic state
1757–1836, king of France (1824–30): his attempt to restore absolutism led to his enforced exile

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