The Cabinet of Moltke I was the government of Denmark from 22 March 1848 to 15 November 1848. It was also referred to as the March Cabinet. In March 1848, Copenhagen was full of rumours that Schleswig and Holstein had rebelled against Denmark, and the National Liberals took advantage of the situation by arranging protest demonstrations against King Frederick VII and his politics. On 21 March, King Frederick responded by dismissing his ministers and asking Carl Emil Bardenfleth to form a new government. Bardenfleth failed to reach a compromise with the National Liberals, however, and so did Peter Georg Bang whom the king had asked to take his place. On the morning of 22 March the king begged Adam Wilhelm Moltke, the leader of the previous cabinet, to lead a government of responsible ministe

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  • Das Märzministerium (dänisch: Martsministeriet) oder Regierung Moltke I war die Regierung Dänemarks vom 22. März 1848 bis zum 16. November 1848. Zuvor gab es nur ein Kollegialsystem beim absolutistischen König, aber durch die Ereignisse der Märzrevolution konnten sich die Nationalliberalen auch in Dänemark durchsetzen und eine Regierungsform durchsetzen, in der es verantwortliche Fachminister und einen Ministerpräsidenten (dän. Statsminister) gab. Die Regierung selbst bestand sowohl aus Nationalliberalen als auch aus konservativen Gesamtstaatsbefürwortern. Die Märzregierung beauftragte ihren Kultusminister Ditlev Gothard Monrad mit der Ausarbeitung des dänischen Grundgesetzes, das am 5. Juni 1849 in Kraft trat und mit einigen Veränderungen bis heute gilt. Daher war das Märzministerium die erste richtige Regierung Dänemarks in einer Kontinuität bis heute. (de)
  • The Cabinet of Moltke I was the government of Denmark from 22 March 1848 to 15 November 1848. It was also referred to as the March Cabinet. In March 1848, Copenhagen was full of rumours that Schleswig and Holstein had rebelled against Denmark, and the National Liberals took advantage of the situation by arranging protest demonstrations against King Frederick VII and his politics. On 21 March, King Frederick responded by dismissing his ministers and asking Carl Emil Bardenfleth to form a new government. Bardenfleth failed to reach a compromise with the National Liberals, however, and so did Peter Georg Bang whom the king had asked to take his place. On the morning of 22 March the king begged Adam Wilhelm Moltke, the leader of the previous cabinet, to lead a government of responsible ministers, effectively ending the absolute monarchy. Moltke quickly managed to put a government together, the Cabinet of Moltke I. It was replaced by the Cabinet of Moltke II on 15 November 1848. (en)
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  • Nonpartisan
  • The Society of the Friends of Peasants
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  • Das Märzministerium (dänisch: Martsministeriet) oder Regierung Moltke I war die Regierung Dänemarks vom 22. März 1848 bis zum 16. November 1848. Zuvor gab es nur ein Kollegialsystem beim absolutistischen König, aber durch die Ereignisse der Märzrevolution konnten sich die Nationalliberalen auch in Dänemark durchsetzen und eine Regierungsform durchsetzen, in der es verantwortliche Fachminister und einen Ministerpräsidenten (dän. Statsminister) gab. Die Regierung selbst bestand sowohl aus Nationalliberalen als auch aus konservativen Gesamtstaatsbefürwortern. (de)
  • The Cabinet of Moltke I was the government of Denmark from 22 March 1848 to 15 November 1848. It was also referred to as the March Cabinet. In March 1848, Copenhagen was full of rumours that Schleswig and Holstein had rebelled against Denmark, and the National Liberals took advantage of the situation by arranging protest demonstrations against King Frederick VII and his politics. On 21 March, King Frederick responded by dismissing his ministers and asking Carl Emil Bardenfleth to form a new government. Bardenfleth failed to reach a compromise with the National Liberals, however, and so did Peter Georg Bang whom the king had asked to take his place. On the morning of 22 March the king begged Adam Wilhelm Moltke, the leader of the previous cabinet, to lead a government of responsible ministe (en)
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  • Märzministerium (Dänemark) (de)
  • Moltke I Cabinet (en)
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