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England CXXVII

Strong Monarchs in England

What were the great mistakes that the Stuart Kings commited? They denied the power of the Parliament and asked for great amounts of money
Why did the civil war start in 1642? Because of this denial and religious differences. Cromwell, leader of the New Model Army, puritan searched for a more democratic rule.
Why King Charles I was executed? What´s the meaning of this penalty? Because of his illtreatment of the Parliament and the people. Killing an Absolute ruler with divine right to rule was something very new in history and it was the example in the French Revolution, where King Louis XVI was killed.
Was there any progress in England after this civil war? Yes, a Bill of Rights was created were the Parliament gained lots of power, the laws were created by it. Justice was improved.
Created by: itgshistoria