Há 4 dias · Oliver Cromwell (25 April 1599 – 3 September 1658) was an English politician and military officer who is widely regarded as one of the most important statesmen in English history. He came to prominence during the 1639 to 1651 Wars of the Three Kingdoms, first as a senior commander in the Parliamentarian army and then as a politician.
- pre-1642 (militia service), 1642–1651 (civil war)
- Soldier and statesman
- Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
28 de jan. de 2023 · While it suited Cromwell to pose as a man of the people, or at least of the mere gentry, for much of the time, he could not resist also flaunting the only eminence that his lineage could bestow. This links to Andrew Barclay’s essay on the Protector’s court, which makes a splendid job of relatively little evidence to come down on the side of those historians who have emphasised the regal style of the regime.
30 de jan. de 2023 · History Daily • Episode 370. January 30, 1661. On the 12th anniversary of the beheading of King Charles I, the controversial politician Oliver Cromwell faces the same grisly fate, even though he’s already been dead for two and a half years. Also Listen On. More Options.
Há 11 horas · The Earl marked a historical event on Monday Charles I ascended the throne in 1625 and during his reign, his actions resulted in the English Civil War, eventually leading to his execution in 1649....
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29 de jan. de 2023 · Oliver Cromwell’s time as supreme ruler of Great Britain lasted until September 3, 1658, when he died in London. His son Richard took over but was pretty hopeless, really. The restoration of the monarchy in 1660 began in Scotland when General George Monck decided that the united Parliament was useless and he gathered his army at Coldstream to match south and get Charles II back on the throne.
28 de jan. de 2023 · Oliver Cromwell was born in Huntingdon on April 25th, 1599. He died on September 3rd in London.
30 de jan. de 2023 · The bodies of four men who had already perished – Oliver Cromwell, John Bradshaw, Henry Ireton, and Thomas Pride – were exhumed so that they could be ritually executed for treason. Their corpses...