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Author:
Clive Holmes
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978-1852852825
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1852852828
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Bloomsbury Academic (August 30, 2006)
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This book will certainly not end the debate but it will help its participants to clarify their thoughts and views.

This book will certainly not end the debate but it will help its participants to clarify their thoughts and views. Holmes provides thorough, thoughtful, and learned answers to the questions he poses.

Why Was Charles I Executed? book.

Why the king was defeated and executed has long been a central question in English history. The old answers, whether those of the historian S R Gardiner or of Lawrence Stone, no longer satisfy. ISBN13:9781847250247.

Title: Why Was Charles I Executed? By: Clive Holmes Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 256 Vendor: Bloomsbury .

Title: Why Was Charles I Executed? By: Clive Holmes Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 256 Vendor: Bloomsbury Academic. Publication Date: 2006 Weight: 2 pounds ISBN: 1852852828 ISBN-13: 9781852852825 Stock No: WW852828. Publisher's Description. ▲. The execution of Charles I in 1649, followed by the proclamation of a Commonwealth, was an extraordinary political event. Why the king was defeated and executed has been a central question in English history, being traced back to the Reformation and forward to the triumph of parliament in the eighteenth century.

The execution of Charles I in 1649, followed by the proclamation of a Commonwealth, was an extraordinary political event. It followed a bitter Civil War between parliament and the king, and their total failure to negotiate a subsequent peace settlement.

This is an electronic book (eBook). Clive Holmes supplies clear answers to eight key questions about the period, ranging from why the king had to summon the Long Parliament to whether there was in fact an English Revolution at all. Why Was Charles I Executed? (eBook). It followed a bitter Civil War between parliament and the king, and their abject failure to negotiate a peace settlement.

King Charles believed in divine rule

King Charles believed in divine rule. That is that he was given the right to rule by God and only God could take it away from him. He wasn’t a particularly good people manager and upset a number of people including the House of Commons. What followed was a short period of disturbance that led to the English Civil War. Cromwell developed well trained Modern Army which eventually defeated the Royalists. Charles was captured and imprisoned in Caribrooke Castle on the Isle of Wight. He tried to escape on numerous occasions and letters inciting the country t rebel against Parliament. Eventually Cromwell decided he had no option but to rid himself of his King.

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Why Was Charles 1 Executed. Charles I was indeed a poor monarch, but Cromwell was just as bad. He lead genocidal campaigns against the Scots loyal to the house of Stewart (Charles' family) and Irish Catholics, which fueled resentment against the English and the actions of militant groups such as the IRA to this day (note: I am not defending the IRA, just explaining their position. I do not support terrorism of any kind).

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The execution of Charles I in 1649, followed by the proclamation of a Commonwealth, was an extraordinary political event. It followed a bitter Civil War between parliament and the king, and their total failure to negotiate a subsequent peace settlement. Why the king was defeated and executed has been a central question in English history, being traced back to the Reformation and forward to the triumph of parliament in the eighteenth century. The old answers, whether those of the Victorian narrative historian S.R. Gardiner or of Lawrence Stone's diagnosis of a fatal long-term rift in English society, however, no longer satisfy, while the newer ones of local historians and ‘revisionists' often leave readers unclear as to why the Civil War happened at all. In Why Was Charles I Executed? Clive Holmes supplies clear answers to eight key questions about the period, ranging from why the king had to summon the Long Parliament to whether there was in fact an English Revolution.