'Carlism' can also refer to...

Albert, Carl (1908—2000)

Baron Carl Joachim Hambro (1807—1877) merchant banker

Berthold Carl Seemann (1825—1871) botanist and traveller

Blue Suede Shoes: The Very Best Of Carl Perkins (Carl Perkins album)

Butler, Carl And Pearl

C. B. (Carl Berendt) Lorck (1814—1905)

Carl A. Scott (1928—1986)

Carl Allen (b. 1961)

Carl Allen Ginet (1932)

Carl Alwin (1891—1945)

Carl Andre (b. 1935) American minimalist sculptor

Carl Andreas Paulsen (b. 1620)

Carl August Ehrensvärd (1745—1800)

Carl August von Steinheil (1801—1870)

Carl B. Stokes (1927—1996)

Carl 'Bama' Warwick (b. 1917)

Carl Bamberger (1902—1987)

Carl Bantzer (1857—1941)

Carl Barriteau (1914—1998) clarinettist and bandleader

Carl Baudenbacher

Carl Becker (1873—1945)

Carl Beckwith

Carl Belew (1931—1990)

Carl Berger (b. 1939)

Carl Bildt (b. 1949)

Carl Blegen (1887—1971)

Carl Bleibtreu (1859—1928)

Carl Bosch (1874—1940)

Carl Brisson (1895—1958)

Carl Brisson


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A Spanish conservative political movement originating in support of Don Carlos, brother of Fernando VII (died 1833), who claimed the throne in place of Fernando's daughter Isabella. The movement supported the Catholic Church and opposed centralized government; it was revived in support of the Nationalist side during the Spanish Civil War.

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