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1 The English Civil War
The English Civil War took place in the mid 17th Century. Although commonly called the "English Civil War", it was in fact fought throughout the whole of Great Britain and Ireland.
15 Q
Feb 25 04
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2 More English Civil War Facts
The primary cause of the English Civil War was the determination of the King to rule the country personally, by 'Divine Right'. Although known as the English Civil War, the whole of Britain and Ireland was actually involved.
15 Q
Mar 16 04
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3 English Revolution
This was a defining period of English history. The questions cover the period 1640 to 1647.
10 Q
Oct 17 03
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Some sample questions from this category:

* Although commonly known as "The English Civil War", there were in fact three separate stages known as the First Civil War, Second Civil War, and Third Civil War. Who was King during the Third Civil War?
* A close confidant of King Charles I was William Harvey. Harvey is famous for an important discovery he made. What exactly was this discovery?
* Certain senior political figures who had been directly involved in the trial and execution of Charles I, were later tried and sentenced for their involvement. By what term were these accused persons known?
* Which of these is not an artillery weapon in use during the English Civil War?
* Which of these items would an English Civil War soldier never wear?

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