Rebellion, Executions and Common Prayer
Lady Jane Grey and her husband are sent to the Tower of London.
Bloody Mary and the Burning of Cranmer
Two hundred Protestants, including Thomas Cranmer, are burnt at the stake.
Elizabeth I is declared Supreme Governor of the English Church as England becomes Protestant by law.
The Spinster, the Hapsburg and the Scottish Widow
Parliament calls upon the Queen to marry.
Trading, Slaving, Piracy and the Spanish Armada
Drakes' fire ships destroy the Spanish Armada.
Essex, Ireland and Sturdy Beggar
A large army led by the Earl of Essex attempts to subdue a rebellion in Ireland.
King of the Scots Becomes King of the English
Guy Fawkes tries to blow up James I's Parliament.
A Damp Squib
Catholics are banned from living anywhere near London or holding public office.
The Death of Raleigh and the First King of Great Britain
James I imprisons Sir Walter Raleigh.
Charles I and the Right of an Englishman
The King dissolves Parliament.
The Scottish Revolt and the Seeds of Civil War
Supported by Parliament and the Puritans, the Scots invade and take Northumberland and Durham.
The King's on the Run
Civil War is inevitable as the Commons challenges Charles I's constitutional rights
The Civil War Begins
Charles I storms the Commons Chamber in an attempt to prosecute five MPs for treason, and England goes to war.
The Rise and Rise of Oliver Cromwell
Cromwell forms the New Model Army after defeating the Royalists in the bloodiest battle of the Civil War.
The First Redcoat and the Battle of Naseby
The Scots hand Charles I over to the English.
The Execution of Charles I
Cromwell becomes a dictator as Charles Stuart loses his head in the snow.
The Republic of England
The monarchy, the House of Lords and the Anglican Church are abolished.
The Lord Proctor
Parliament offers Cromwell the Crown.
The Beginning of the Restoration
The army demands the dissolution of Parliament.
The Beginning of Private Enterprise Industry
The people of London line the streets to welcome the triumphant Charles II.
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