"British Monarchy: The Crisis of State" - Summary Sheets.

8 Mind maps which summarise the entire course.

1. The Defeat of Charles I 1642 - 46

2. The Failure to Reach Settlement 1646 -49

3. Republican Rule 1649 -53

4. Cromwell's Protectorate 1653 - 60

5. Charles II & The Restoration 1660 - 67

6. The Consolidation of Charles II reign 1667 - 78

7. The Triumph of Charles II 1678 - 85

8. James II & The Glorious Revolution 1685-89

I hope this helps get some of the events and key themes of the course in your mind clearly and acts as a basis of your revision.

Good luck in your exams

Everything produced here is my own work, do not mark as your own.

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Failed
to take advantage of certain situations. - Failed to march army to
London in 1643



Ruled without Parliament
1643 ­ Solemn League & Covenant.
Military
1643 ­ Royalist Victories: Bristol, Lansdown Hill, Adwalton Moore,
Roundway Down. 1644 ­ Battle of Marsdon Moore 1644 ­ Creation of
NMA, Battle of…

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(11yrs)


Exploited his position during his reign.
Events
Position
Prince Rupert
Charles
John Pym
Finance


Leading MP


Responsible for administration.


Referred to as "King Pym."
Policies


Militarily defeated, but still king. Charles I policies.


Aimed to play factions against each other.
Defeat of Charles I. 1642-46


Created New Model Army…

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Hampered the supply for Royalists.
Nephew.


Exiled


Instated as
Individuals
Parliament
General along with Prince Maurice.
Navy & Army
London


Governed on a local level.


Married to Henrietta Maria


(Catholic)



Went into administration (John Pym)


Parliament combined executive with representative authority and
developed
Access to resources. (port, industry, administration, Classic…

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ruling without king.


Propaganda production


Stopped Royalists getting
Committee of both
supplies.
Kingdoms.

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Attitude towards Settlement


Refused the conversative Newcastle Propositions.


Made Secret deals with the Irish & Scots. (Engagement)


Growing radicalism from the NMA & Independents made Charles less
likely to settle, and he also used the factions to his advantage.
1647
­ Heads of Proposals, Putney Debates, Engagement.


1648 ­ Second…

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1649 - Trial & Execution of Charles I, Monarchy & House of Lords
abolished as England becomes a Republic. Cromwell leads NMA to
Ireland.
Events
Crown
Army wanted to be paid, and not to be charged for offences made during
the war. "their entry to politics had a significant impact…

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the Newcastle Propositions.


Intransigent
Opposition
Presbytarians. -Conservative -Favoured negotiations
Oppositon grew within the
with Charles.
army, due to leveller influence. e.g Putney Debates

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Morally
corrupt
1649 ­ Cromwell leads NMA to Ireland
"Pressure 1650 ­
Cromwell leads NMA to Scotland
Group"-Capp


Denied the concept of sin


1651 ­ Cromwell defeats Charles Stuart
& Scots at Worcester.
Incorporation of Scotland into the commonwealth. 1652 ­ First Anglo-Dutch
War 1653 ­ Cromwell dissolved Rump, Nominated…

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btw anyone who doesn't have open office you can convert it to a pdf document on this website :) http://online2pdf.com/convert-odg-to-pdf

i did that and it worked!! feel so relieved as i couldn't seem to convert this on microsoft word.

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Many thanks Ruby - Great help! x x

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"British Monarchy: The Crisis of State" - Summary Sheets.

8 Mind maps which summarise the entire course.

1. The Defeat of Charles I 1642 - 46

2. The Failure to Reach Settlement 1646 -49

3. Republican Rule 1649 -53

4. Cromwell's Protectorate 1653 - 60

5. Charles II & The Restoration 1660 - 67

6. The Consolidation of Charles II reign 1667 - 78

7. The Triumph of Charles II 1678 - 85

8. James II & The Glorious Revolution 1685-89

I hope this helps get some of the events and key themes of the course in your mind clearly and acts as a basis of your revision.

Good luck in your exams

Everything produced here is my own work, do not mark as your own.

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  • Created on: 10-06-12 17:19

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Page 1

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Failed
to take advantage of certain situations. - Failed to march army to
London in 1643



Ruled without Parliament
1643 ­ Solemn League & Covenant.
Military
1643 ­ Royalist Victories: Bristol, Lansdown Hill, Adwalton Moore,
Roundway Down. 1644 ­ Battle of Marsdon Moore 1644 ­ Creation of
NMA, Battle of…

Page 2

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(11yrs)


Exploited his position during his reign.
Events
Position
Prince Rupert
Charles
John Pym
Finance


Leading MP


Responsible for administration.


Referred to as "King Pym."
Policies


Militarily defeated, but still king. Charles I policies.


Aimed to play factions against each other.
Defeat of Charles I. 1642-46


Created New Model Army…

Page 3

Preview of page 3


Hampered the supply for Royalists.
Nephew.


Exiled


Instated as
Individuals
Parliament
General along with Prince Maurice.
Navy & Army
London


Governed on a local level.


Married to Henrietta Maria


(Catholic)



Went into administration (John Pym)


Parliament combined executive with representative authority and
developed
Access to resources. (port, industry, administration, Classic…

Page 4

Preview of page 4
ruling without king.


Propaganda production


Stopped Royalists getting
Committee of both
supplies.
Kingdoms.

Page 5

Preview of page 5
Attitude towards Settlement


Refused the conversative Newcastle Propositions.


Made Secret deals with the Irish & Scots. (Engagement)


Growing radicalism from the NMA & Independents made Charles less
likely to settle, and he also used the factions to his advantage.
1647
­ Heads of Proposals, Putney Debates, Engagement.


1648 ­ Second…

Page 6

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1649 - Trial & Execution of Charles I, Monarchy & House of Lords
abolished as England becomes a Republic. Cromwell leads NMA to
Ireland.
Events
Crown
Army wanted to be paid, and not to be charged for offences made during
the war. "their entry to politics had a significant impact…

Page 7

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the Newcastle Propositions.


Intransigent
Opposition
Presbytarians. -Conservative -Favoured negotiations
Oppositon grew within the
with Charles.
army, due to leveller influence. e.g Putney Debates

Page 8

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Morally
corrupt
1649 ­ Cromwell leads NMA to Ireland
"Pressure 1650 ­
Cromwell leads NMA to Scotland
Group"-Capp


Denied the concept of sin


1651 ­ Cromwell defeats Charles Stuart
& Scots at Worcester.
Incorporation of Scotland into the commonwealth. 1652 ­ First Anglo-Dutch
War 1653 ­ Cromwell dissolved Rump, Nominated…

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Henry Barnes

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Please convert this to a Word Document rather than an OpenDocument. 

I use windows 8 and cannot open this!

ruby

Report

thanks for uploading this!

btw anyone who doesn't have open office you can convert it to a pdf document on this website :) http://online2pdf.com/convert-odg-to-pdf

i did that and it worked!! feel so relieved as i couldn't seem to convert this on microsoft word.

Henry Barnes

Report

Many thanks Ruby - Great help! x x

20131759

Report

Thank you Ruby