The failure of the Royalist cause in the first civil war

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1. Who was defeated in September 1644 at Tippermuir?

  • Covenanters by Parliament
  • Covenanters by Royalists
  • Royalists by Covenanters
  • Parliament by Royalists
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2. Who were usually employed within these committees?

  • Men from other protestant countries (the Netherlands, etc)
  • A national band of men
  • Local men, dedicated to the cause
  • Officials hand picked by parliament

3. What six main advantages did parliament hold in controlling London?

  • Propaganda, finance, manpower, ports, industry, administration
  • Propaganda, finance, the Scottish, ports, industry, administration
  • Propaganda, the Irish, manpower, ports, industry, administration
  • Propaganda, finance, manpower, ports, industry, the Scottish

4. Who were Charles' two main advisors? Which held most sway with him?

  • Edward Hyde and Henrietta Maria; Maria had more sway
  • Edward Hyde and Henrietta Maria; Hyde had more sway
  • Duke of Buckingham and Henrietta Maria; Maria had more sway
  • Duke of Buckingham and Henrietta Maria; Buckingham had more sway

5. What, in terms of the army, was undertaken from 1644-1645?

  • Politicisation of the army
  • Military reconstruction
  • Political reconstruction
  • Social reconstruction

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