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  1. 乔治·蒙克(George Monck,1608-1670),阿尔比马尔公爵,英国内战时期在爱尔兰和苏格兰作战的国会派将领、苏格兰总督。第一次英荷战争和第二次英荷战争的舰队司令。当他在克伦威尔之后几乎掌握无限的权利的时候,他没有选择成为独裁者,而是为了全国和解,促成了王政复辟。

  2. George Monck was one of the architects of the Restoration of the monarchy, along with Pepys' patron Edward Montagu. He was an accomplished military commander and served as Joint-Commander-in-Chief with Prince Rupert, in the campaign of 1666 against the Dutch. Pepys disliked Monck and criticised his judgement calling him a 'heavy dull man'.

  3. 29 de mai. de 2018 · Monck, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle (1608–70) English soldier and diplomat. In the English Civil War, Monck fought for Charles I (1643–44). After his capture and imprisonment (1644–46), Monck changed sides and helped Oliver Cromwell quell an Irish rebellion. Cromwell rewarded him with command of the forces in Scotland (1651).

  4. George Monck. George Monck ( Merton, 6 de desembre de 1608 - Londres, 3 de gener de 1670) fou un militar i polític anglès que va servir Carles I, però que amb l'arribada de la Commonwealth d'Anglaterra va decidir treballar per a Oliver Cromwell . Durant la guerra anglo-escocesa, el juliol de 1651, les forces de Cromwell van creuar el Fiord ...

  5. Life of George Monck. by Charles Harding Firth, ©1894. George Monck - April 23, 1661 George Monck (or Monk), first Duke of Albemarle. Born 6 Dec. 1608 at Potheridge, near Torrington in Devonshire, was the second son of Sir Thomas Monck, knight, by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir George Smith of Maydford in the same county (Thomas GUMBLE, Life of Monck, 1671, p. 1; Visitation of Devonshire, 1620 ...

  6. George Monck (eller: Monk ), 1:e hertig av Albemarle, född den 6 december 1608 i Potheridge ( Devonshire ), död den 3 januari 1670, var en engelsk general och statsman. Han var far till Christopher Monck, 2:e hertig av Albemarle . Monck utbildade sig 1629 – 1938 i nederländsk krigstjänst, deltog de följande åren som överstelöjtnant ...

  7. Charles II’s (1630-1685) main ally was Cromwell’s governor of Scotland, General George Monck (1608-1670), who went on to become the chief architect of the Restoration. Monck had changed sides during the civil wars. In the mid 1650s rumours circulated that he was secretly working for the Stuarts. These rumours were probably baseless at the time.