King Charles I is Beheaded

King Charles I is Beheaded

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  • Before we do that, you must sign the "Petition of Right".
  • He won't be receiving any money.
  • FIRE!
  • Parliament now cannot be dissolved without our approval. Also, King Charles I will not receive his money.
  • Charles I told Parliament to raise taxes. But, before they'd raise taxes he would have to sign the "Petition of Right". The king agreed but, immediately dissolved Parliament and ruled 11 years without them.
  • Practice harder we must beat Charles I.
  • We've already won.
  • Ha! This'll be a quick, and easy victory.
  • Why train? We're obviously are gonna win.
  • After 11 years of ignoring Parliament, Charles I has ran low on funds and reconvened Parliament, this being because he needs funds to put down a Puritan/Protestant rebellion. Parliament has other ideas......
  • After hearing word that Parliament would not supply him with his money, Charles charged into The House of Commons and attempting to take them prisoner. Charles I ended up taking few prisoner, others fled without capture.
  • The commoners of Parliament were supported by and consisted of manufacturers and Puritan Clergy. They were led by Oliver Cromwell, they were known as the Roundheads. But many thought them to lose. King Charles I army were known as the Cavaliers. They were supported by loyal nobles, they were well trained in warfare and thought they'd have a quick victory.
  • We'll win this battle, and I'll get my money.
  • After a number of wars Cromwell's army finally defeated the king. During 1647 the Kings fate, was in Parliament's hands.
  • After the war was over, the King was put on trial, found guilty, and beheaded. This sent shock waves throughout Europe.
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