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05.02 Constitutional versus Absolute Monarchies: Assessment
Transcript of 05.02 Constitutional versus Absolute Monarchies: Assessment
1. Charles 1
2. Charles 1 Of England Ruling
3 Charles accomplishments from 1600-1649
Charles the First was born in Fife, Scotland in 1600. Charles was the second son of James the first and second of the Stuart kings. He was catholic and enraged with the Puritan Parliament. In 1628 he signed the petition of rights.
Charles 1 Of England Ruling
In 1629 he dismissed the third parliament he arrested their opponents and declared the intention of ruling by himself. In 1630 He decided for England to make peace with France and Spain. Around 1635 he had established England's finances and started the "Bishop Wars" in !637. HE attempted to force religion upon Scotland and recalls the parliament back where the Scottish Uprising starts in 1641. During 1642 King Charles attempted to incarcerate those who opposed to Parliament and had London evacuated. Few years later he was sent to be beheaded.
King Charles the First led an important legacy on England. Upon Charles's religious, government, and military actions England was basically forced to remove most of the power given to Monarchy and into Parliament. England became and democratic nation with a fair Justice system, new reforms, and Parliamentary government that showed movement away a Monarchy government and more into a Modern government which showed other countries what could happen in the Monarchy had too much power.
Charles was king of England, king of Scotland and King Of Ireland from March 27, 1625 until his execution which was in 1649.
King Charles 1
^ A picture of Charles 1 who was king og England for some time before he was executed.