Gloriousrevolutionsimplified (1)

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Gloriousrevolutionsimplified (1)

  1. 1. Section 1 The Glorious Revolution
  2. 2. I. Background to Revolution  The Tudors  Henry VIII  Elizabeth I  Henry VIII vs. The Pope  Parliament as an ally
  3. 3.  New English church  Church lands given to parliament members
  4. 4.  Elizabeth the Protestant  Blended the protestant and Catholic beliefs  Work fairly well with the parliament  Parliament believed that they were the decision makers
  5. 5.  End of Tudor line, Stuarts take the throne  Absolute monarchy  Parliament is cut out  Eleven years of tyranny 1629-1640  Lecture Break: Why did the Stuarts have trouble with Parliament?
  6. 6. II. Civil war and aftermath  1642 War broke out  Cavaliers (royalists) vs. Roundheads (parliament supporters)  Parliament wins! Thanks to….  Oliver Cromwell  Military genius with the help of extreme puritans
  7. 7. CavalierRoundhead
  8. 8. *What wouldCromwell do now?  Eliminates non-supporters in Parliament  Executed king Charles I in 1658  Execution horrifies Europeans, parliament abolishes monarchy and house of lords, declared a republic Lecture Break: Lets pause to think. Cromwell executed the king of England? Why is this event significant?
  9. 9.  First Cromwell establishes England as a commonwealth  Cromwell found it too difficult to work with Parliament  Dismisses Parliament, establishes military dictatorship  Ruled until death in 1658
  10. 10.  Parliament restores monarchy with Charles II(23May1660)  was made a public holiday, popularly known as Oak Apple Day
  11. 11. Charles II James II
  12. 12.  Charles dismisses Parliament in 1681, and then dies in 1685  James II a devout catholic succeeds him  Parliament secretly plans to throw him off the throne  Invites Dutch leaders William of Orange and Mary  Arrive on English shores with army  James II fled England with no violence Lecture Break: Why would Parliament want to dethrone king James II?
  13. 13. III. Glorious Revolution and Limited Monarchy  William and Mary accept throne in 1689 with Bill of Rights  With almost no bloodshed England had their revolution •English Bill of rights •Parliaments right to make laws and taxes, raise armies. Citizens can bear arms and there is trial by jury Lecture Break: Do any of these rights sound familiar? Where have you seen them?
  14. 14.  Toleration act of 1689  Puritans have right of free public worship (not Catholics)  Few English citizens persecuted for religion ever again  Divine right of kings abolished Glorious revolution  bloodless revolution  Transformation of absolute monarchy to the constitutional monarchy
  15. 15. The End

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