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  • This guy is insane!
  • God gave me the power to be king. I don't have to listen to you. 
  • The only reason he's king is because his cousin died.
  • James l, believed in the Divine right of kings. Which is where he believes that God gave him the right to be the king. So he didn't have to listen to anyone. Which led to controversy with parliament.  
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  • This dispute led to a civil war. The Cavaliers against The Round Heads.  The round heads supported the King, they were also known as royalists. While the Cavaliers were with the parliament. This bloody battle led to King James l being beheaded. Parliament proved to be victorious.
  • I have to get out of here, this is just way to much to handle.
  • After the king died, Oliver Cromwell (military genius) took over. After destroying both the king and parliament he decided to set up a military dictatorship. Cromwell ruled until his death in 1658. The army finally realized how unpopular they have become, restored the monarchy in 1660. The new king was James ll.
  • A glorious revolution. English nobles invited the Dutch leader, William of Orange to invade England. William was married to the king's daughter Mary. Which put Mary in a difficult situation.
  • After King James ll heard about William of Orange coming in to create a revolution. He decided to flea away from England and into France. This battle had hardly any bloodshed. But since King James ll ran away, who was to be the new king?
  • After the revolution, the throne was offered to William of Orange and Mary, where they introduced the English bill of rights. This was the foundation for a constitutional monarchy.
  • English Bill of rights.
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