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    The English Civil War The English Civil War was a complicated, intellectual war between the two most powerful forces in England: Parliament and the King. Conflicts between the two powers began when King Charles I dissolved Parliament in 1625 because they would not give him the money he demanded to fund his war against Spain. Parliament, who was lead by John Pym, felt that the King was showing favouritism towards the Roman Catholics, especially since Charles had recently married the Roman Catholic

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    Benjamin Christ HIST 324, Exam 2, Questions 5 & 3 Causes of the English Civil War in 1642 The cause of the first English civil war should not be thought about in terms of any single event. The increasing tension between the King and Parliament over a series of issues led to both sides losing faith in each other. The war would come to involve not only England, but Scotland and Ireland as well. The outbreak of the civil war was due to a series of conflicts involving the personal behavior, decision

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    The English Civil War were multiple events of armed battles and political machinations between Parliamentarians(Roundheads) and Royalists(Cavaliers) over the English government. There were multiple battles in the English Civil war, also at different times. The war went on from August 22 1642 to September 3 1651. Some of the main battles were Edgehill, Marston Moor, and the battle of Naseby.America was involved in this war and it is one of their only Civil Wars ever. There were a lot of casualties

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    The English Civil War was a war between Charles I and the Parliament, it took place between the years 1642 - 1649. The nobility and supporters of the king called themselves Cavaliers, and the Parliament and their supporters called themselves Roundheads. The Roundheads were for Puritan domination, otherwise known as the pilgrims. They built up their forces and then met for their first battle called Edge Hill in 1642. The result of that battle was undefined for both parties claimed they had won. They

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    War did start between King Charles I and Parliament due to the countless times Parliament trying to negotiate with Charles but him just turning them down. Parliament ended up winning with the help of Oliver Cromwell, a military general. Parliament only wanted to try again to offer Charles options where he could still be king but that he needed to agree to their terms and when Charles did not accept, he was eventually brought to court. In court Carles I was marked guilty and in the first time in England

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    The English Civil War was one of the most radical wars of its time It sparked rebellions similar to Spain and France It had economic components, religious components, territory components and government/policies components. I am going to talk about the economic components which I think had a major play. There was a chain of events that led to the English Civil War. Most of the war took place between two parties the royalist and parliamentary forces in 1642. The financial burden that helped lead

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    Nester Cp English 4 21 November 2017 English Civil War While little guns were for the most part more successful, the Royalists and Parliamentarians utilized guns that were so extensive they must be drawn by sixteen horses. The size did not make them horrendously exact, so they were for the most part used to strike fear into contradicting powers. A big factor to play in the war was, “Fear”. Fear was not just something to shy the militaries away. It was what drove these men to succeed in the war. It brought

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    were several disagreements between Parliament and the King that eventually led to the English Civil War. The war broke out gradually and after a series of events, so it was not a specific conflict that caused the war to commence. Although there were both religious and political differences between the two sides, the English Civil War was a fight over political rights because many of the major causes of the war involved the governing of England. The major causes included the King’s close relationship

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    The relationships between England and the other Europeans along with the Indians and Africans changed after the English Civil War. After King Charles, I sent those to America to colonize the first six colony’s in 1670 an indentured servant named Nathaniel Bacon and other indentured servants began killing the Doegs and Susquehannock when after their seven years of working was over they weren’t given their land. After the governor outlawed Bacon, in September of 1676 Bacon and his forces went to Jamestown

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    The English Civil War fought between Parliamentarians and Royalists between 1642 and 1651 which consisted of a succession of armed discordances and political intrigues1. A war commenced as a result of a conflict over the potency of the monarchy and the rights of Parliament. However, in the course of the early phases of the war, the Parliamentarians expected to retain Charles as King, but with expanded power for Parliament2. Though the Royalist won early victories, the Parliamentarians ultimately

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