The Revolt of 1832
The Revolt of 1832 was an anti-monarchist insurrection of Parisian Republicans on 5th and 6th June 1832.
The causes of the revolt were bad crops, food shortages, financial problems, widespread outbreak of cholera, added to the fact that Republicans did not want the Monarchy.
The revolt began during the burial of Jean Maximilian Lamarck and finished with victory for the monarchy.
Lamarck was a French commander who later became a member of the French parliament. He was one of the leaders of the French Revolution.