Charles I is seen as the man who lost the monarchy of England in a civil war. Was it really his fault or was it taken from him by those who also demanded to have power in England?
When did Charles I come to the throne?
What were England's strict Protestants called?
Charles believed in the Divine Right of Kings. What does this mean?
The king had power over Parliament
The king was appointed by God
The king was as important as God
What is the period when Charles ruled without Parliament called?
The Eleven Years' Tyranny
Why was Charles forced to recall Parliament in 1640?
He needed money to fight Cromwell
He needed money to fight the French
He needed money after the Bishops' War
In 1641, Parliament sent Charles a list of 204 complaints. What was this called?
Heads of the Proposals
When did Charles declare war on Parliament?
Which of these fought for the King?
What happened to Charles after the Second Civil War?
He made a deal with the Scots
He went to France with his wife
He was tried for treason and executed
What was Cromwell's title after he dismissed Parliament in 1653?