Causes of the Civil War

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King Charles I

Charles I had a very different prsonality compared to his father James. He believed that the King was never wrong and Parliament was to blame for the broken bond between his father and Parliament. His strong belief in 'The Divine Right of Kings' drove him to become an arrogant and conceited character. 

Imitating the ways of his father, he broke out fights with Parliament over most issues, the most important being money and power. He also refused to let Parliament meet up for eleven years that they called it the 'Eleven…


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