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During the year 1660 on the twenty-fifth of May Charles II regained his crown of England This regaining of power occurred because of the year 1651 when Charles took his army to fight against Oliver Cromwell only to be defeated The young king was forced into exile for the next ten years of his life This period of time is known as the Restoration A good question to ask about the Restoration period is why England welcomed back Charles There were several factors involved in Charles returning to power Charles had loyal people who do anything for him The Royalist people kept the faith and the cause going They had secret groups in and outside the government of England working for the cause of Charles the II The Sealed Knot group is an example of the secret agencies or persons that Charles had working for him during the English Commonwealth time in parliament These people and groups were a key element for Charles and the restoring of him in England Another key element was the restless pursuit in which Charles had throughout is exile Furthermore this paper will attempt to answer some of the questions of why Charles did get another chance September 1651 Charles takes an army of 16 000 an army of Scotts and English men in order to engage in battle against Oliver Cromwell and his parliamentary force Oliver Cromwell army was fighting for a cause and his men were behind him all the way The battle occurred at a field in Worcester a battlefield Charles probably wished he never entered After a few months of battle Charles army fell to Cromwell and Charles disappeared Why he vanished was simple he had lost his power of government to an army and a price was put upon his head This would be the start of Charles exile from his country and crown and the beginning for Charles to attempt to restore the
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