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  • This book on the English Civil War is aimed at older children and younger adults. In accordance, the content of the book should be written in a style
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  • English Civil War Guidelines Causes
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  • To understand why Civil War erupted in England following decades of strong and powerful rule by the monarchy and why the "Supreme Head" of the land, the
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  • Imperialism Religious Wars in Europe The Rise of Nationalism and the Nation-state Revolution, Change, and philosophy - English Civil War and Bill of Rights
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  • profitable. Enlightenment - (see Age of Enlightenment). English Civil War (1642-1649) - A civil war fought between supporters of Charles I, (king of England
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  • by Charles. These occurrences resulted in the outbreak of the English Civil War. The war pitted supporters of the Parliament against supporters of the
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  • Mary Tudor Decline of Italy Calvinism, Zwingli Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648 English Civil War, 1642-1649 Age of Science Age of Absolutism, epitomized by
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  • Years' War Vikings Battle of Tours Battle of Hastings Wars of the Roses European Religious Wars Thirty Years' War War of the Three Henrys English Civil War
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  • The last conflict in which castles played a major role was the English Civil War. This war, fought through the 1640s, saw castles brought back into use
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  • during the English Civil War. His inability to speak to Parliament "had an unfavorable influence on his affairs." Charles lost the war and was executed
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  • Henry VIII and the Civil War. Do you win the quiz? Yes, because it is true that either Henry VIII had six wives or the English Civil War took place in the
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  • possibly included a hall, kitchen, and guest lodgings. By the time the English Civil War broke out in 1643, the castle was owned by the Parliamentarian John
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  • ← The Development of the Castle | Civil War Castles → The Norman period began on 14 October 1066 when the invading forces of William, Duke of
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  • Thomas Percy. The castle was garrisoned by Parliament during the English Civil War and was largely demolished by an act of Parliament in 1650 as a precaution
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  • Sharrington Range. The castle became a Royalist stronghold during the English Civil War, and was besieged twice before its surrender to Cromwell's forces
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  • destruction. Although partially refortified in the 17th century during the English Civil War, the castle remained a ruin until the urban expansion in Bedford during
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  • the new building. However in the seventeenth century, during the English Civil War, the bones, after being used as missiles to shatter stained glass
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  • Philippine History Russian History Serer History Soviet History The English Civil War The History of the Native Peoples of the Americas The Holocaust The
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  • During the English Civil War low earthwork defences were thrown up beyond the castle to protect it from landward attack. After the war it was replaced
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  • century Holt Castle had fallen disuse and ruin. In 1643, during the English Civil War Holt was garrisoned by Royalists troops. Three years later, after
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