Parliament Limits the English Monarchy
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King Charles fled
I'm getting out of here!
The English civil war
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During the autumn of 1641, the parliament passed the law to limit the royal power which made Charles mad and fled to the North of England where he raised an army there.
From 1642 to 1649, supporters of King Charles fought the English civil war against the Puritans, supporters of the parliament.
At first neither side was winning until 1644, the Puritans found a new general - Oliver Cromwell. By 1645, Oliver and his new model army defeated King Charles and his army and held him prisoner.
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