King Charles I and King James I both believe that God gave them their power. So they both believed they didn't have to follow Parliaments rules.
In 1642 a civil war breaks out between Parliament (the roundheads) and the King (the cavaliers). In which 185,000 died during this period.
King James II is worrying me about being so Catholic.
yeah i agree
At the end of the Civil War the roundheads where victorious in defeating the Cavaliers. And King Charles I was beheaded in public.
It's all ours.
Cromwell sets up a military dictatorship and assembles a army and rules until his death in 1658. And he becomes a monarch like King Charles I was.
After the death of Cromwell the Charles II son of Charles I is made King he didn't believe in the Divine Right of Kings and didn't threaten the Parliaments authority and he rules until his death and his brother becomes King which worries Parliament because he is openly Catholic.
A group of English nobles invited William of Orange to help invade England and take it from James II Mary of Orange's father William happily excepted this and so James II fled to France when he realized he had no support from England and there was little bloodshed and William took over England