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King Charles was the first monarch to be put on trial for treason. This even is one of the famous in Stuart's England history and controversial.
After his death, from 1649 to 1660 11 years of gap of the leader. Until Oliver Cromwell became the leader.
King Charles was executed on a Tuesday. His last meal was bread and wine. However, there was a delay in his execution. He was very cold, so he wore loads of layers so it wouldn't look like he was scared.
King Charles was allowed to walk in St James park with his dog for the last time.
Charles found no dignity. Spectators were allowed to go to the Scaffold, and after paying handkerchief because people that Charles would help the people that are ill and cure their illness.
When Charles II became King, the people who signed to make Charles I dead they were put on trial.
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