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The Civil War leads to the Glorious RevolutionThe civil war lasted from 1642 to 1649 Directly after the civil war came the Glorious Revolution when James II was overthrown Facts of history show us that the civil war was one of the main causes that lead to the glorious revolution Many events occurred during the Civil war which lead to the overthrow of James II In 1641 the parliaments passed a law which limited the royal power Charles was furious and he tried to arrest the parliament but they escaped A mob of Londoners raged out side of the palace Charles fled to London and found many followers People there were loyal to him From 1642 to 1649 the supporters and opponents of Charles fought in the Civil war The ones who were loyal to Charles were called Cavaliers and his opponents were called Puritans In 1644 the Puritans found a general who could win the civil war His name was Oliver Cromwell In 1646 Cromwell and his new army defeated the Cavaliers In 1649 Charles was found guilty of treason and sentenced to death This execution was revolutionary After Cromwell died Charles II became the In 1685 Charles II died and James II became king He soon angered his subjects by flaunting his Catholicism and appointing Catholic men in high offices Seven members of the Parliament invited William and Mary to overthrow James William and Mary lead their army to London but James fled to France The overthrow of King James II was called the glorious revolution As we look closely into the facts of history we realize that many event were linked together The glorious revolution could not have happened if it had not been for the civil war The civil war time began the limitation of royal power and without this the subjects would have not been able to over throw a king Another reason the civil war lead to the glorious
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