This article is about Polish civil rights. For Civil War, see Polish-Lithuanian Civil War. For Civil Rights of 1943, see Polish Civil Rights Movement, 1943.''
Lithuanian-Polish Civil Rights Movement
Date 3 May 1830 – 18 February 1837
(6 years, 9 months, 2 weeks and 1 day)
Location Krakow, Warsaw, Radzilow, other cities and towns of Poland
Polish Rebels
Lithuanian Rebels
Lodz-Linz Crime Family
Flag of the Kingdom of Poland (1795–1813).svg Kingdom of Poland
 • Flag of Poland.svg Polish army
 • Flag of Poland.svg Radzilow crime family
 • Flag of Poland.svg Krakow-Warsaw crime family
Commanders and leaders
Ludwik Kamieniecki  (WIA) /
 • Francis de Rohan II  (POW)
Flag of Poland.svg King Charles I
Flag of Poland.svg Mil. Gov. Casimir L. Tyszkiewicz
Flag of Poland.svg Mob boss Daniel Radzilowski

Lithuanian-Polish Civil Rights Movement (May 3, 1830 – February 18, 1837) was first Polish Civil Movements, when Lithuanian rebels leader, President Ludwik Kamieniecki forced Emperor Charles abdicated, the emperor refused. Charles's older brother, Daniel Radzilowski (1775-1848), a Mob boss of Radzilow crime family. Right before the movement was over, The Lithuania president got assassinated in February 14, 1837. After the Polish and it's allies conguerer. Lithuanian people has turned into from a republic to a Principality.

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