Charles I's Voluntary Abdication of 1846
Date 5 February 1846 (1846-02-05)
Location Warsaw, Poland
Outcome Charles I's health becomes due of his stomach cancer and diseases.

Charles I's Voluntary Abdication of 1846 is Polish's abdication of first Polish Emperor, Charles I John voluntary abdication, due of diagnosed with a Cerebral hemorrhage, Stomach cancer and Alzheimer's disease. Which Charles I's doctor Casimir John Tyszkiewicz told him to end his reign on 5 February 1846.

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