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Module 25 lesson 1

Quiz yourself by thinking what should be in each of the black spaces below before clicking on it to display the answer.

Why was the death of Charles I revolutionary?   Never before had a reigning monarch faced a public trial and execution.  
Why do you think James II fled to France when William of Orange led his army to London?   James II may have feared being arrested and executed.  
In your opinion, which decisions by Charles I made his conflict with Parliament worse?   Charles I decisions to dissolve the parliament and ignore the Petition of Right made his conflict with Parliament worse.  
What happened as a result of the English Civil War?   Charles I was executed, and puritan leader Oliver Cromwell assumed power.  
Why did the Glorious Revolution take place?.   The Glorious Revolution took place to replace the Catholic king; James II, with the Protestant king and queen, William and Mary.  


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