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    • Sir Oliver Cromwell & British History
    • Oliver Cromwell - English military and political leader.
    • Oliver Cromwell ordered to execute the King Charles I as the tyrane.
    • Sir Oliver Cromwell refused the crown of England.
    • Sir Oliver Cromwell was elected as Lord Protector
    • Sir Oliver Cromwell destroyed his enemies !
    • Oliver Cromwell created Commonwealth of England, Scotland & Ireland !
    • Actions in Ireland done by Oliver Cromwell’s Army were described in Almanacs.
    • Oliver Cromwell created Commonwealth of England, Scotland & Ireland !
    • Oliver Cromwell was not The King but Lord Protector.
    • Sir Oliver Cromwell published his new Laws.
    • Sir Oliver Cromwell portraits in book published in 1650.
    • Was O.Cromwell Puritan ? yes. Did he like Catolics ? no. Was he The King? no.
    • Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658) In Parliament Office: 16 Dec. 1653 – 3 Sept. 1658 Preceded by Charles I (as King) Succeeded by Richard Cromwell