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Geschichte Englands in Der Frühen Neuzeit

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Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 614. Nicht dargestellt. Kapitel: Glorious Revolution, Heinrich Viii., Elisabeth I., Francis Drake, Walter Raleigh, Wilhelm Iii., Guy Fawkes, Jakobiten, Georg Iii., Jakob I., Oliver Cromwell, Richard Cromwell, Weltumsegelung Des Francis Drake, Karl Ii., Anne Boleyn, Maria I., Schottland in Den Kriegen Der Drei Königreiche, Robert Walpole, Schlacht Von Preston, Georg I., Robert Holmes, Katharina Von Aragón, Georg Ii., John Lambert, Robert Catesby, Virginia Company of London, Eduard Vi., Grace O malley, Jane Grey, Martin Frobisher, Henry Wriothesley, 3. Earl of Southampton, Titus Oates, Mary Sidney, Ridolfi-Verschwörung, Gerrard Winstanley, William Cecil, 1. Baron Burghley, Robert Dudley, 1. Earl of Leicester, Jane Boleyn, Thomas Wentworth, 1. Earl of Strafford, Gunpowder Plot, James Stanley, 7. Earl of Derby, Merchant Adventurer, George Monck, 1. Duke of Albemarle, John Florio, Ruprecht Von Der Pfalz, Duke of Cumberland, School of Night, Papisten-Verschwörung, Bischofskrieg, John Churchill, 1. Duke of Marlborough, Charles Fleetwood, Camp Du Drap D or, Francis Walsingham, John Hawkins, Tilbury-Rede, Pride s Purge, Rumpfparlament, Henry Strangways, Richard Grenville, Catherine Grey, Langes Parlament, Andreas Gottlieb Von Bernstorff, Edward Hyde, 1. Earl of Clarendon, Jesus Von Lübeck, Plymouth Company, George Boleyn, Rye-House-Verschwörung, Londoner Kutschenstreit, Ironsides, Independents, George Nugent-Temple-Grenville, 1. Marquess of Buckingham, Henry Ireton, John Eliot, Exclusion Bill, Deutsche Kanzlei, Walter Devereux, 1. Earl of Essex, Große Remonstranz, George Grenville, Thomas Teddeman, William Laud, Augsburger Allianz, Hans Caspar Von Bothmer, Schlacht Von Newburn, Star Chamber, Babington-Verschwörung, Lordprotektor, John Ballard, Charles Howard, 1. Earl of Nottingham, Elisabethanisches Weltbild, Act of Union 1800, Petition of Right, William Penn, Edward Coke, Act of Security, Henry Frederick Stuart, Prince of Wales, Kurzes Parlament, Thomas Harrison, John Pym, Goldene Rede, Testakte, John Felton, Court of Wards and Liveries, Frieden Von Utrecht, Bloody Assizes, Große Allianz, Methuenvertrag, Stuart-Restauration, Wyatt-Verschwörung, Robert Aske, Vertrag Von Picquigny, Pilgrimage of Grace, William Knight, Vertrag Von Arras. Auszug: The Glorious Revolution, also called the Revolution of 1688, was the overthrow of King James II of England (VII of Scotland and II of Ireland) in 1688 by a union of Parliamentarians with an invading army led by the Dutch stadtholder William III of Orange-Nassau (William of Orange) who, as a result, ascended the English throne as William III of England together with his wife Mary II of England. The crisis besetting King James II came to a head in 1688, when the King fathered a son, James Francis Edward Stuart on 10 June (Julian calendar). Until then the throne would have passed to his daughter Mary, a Protestant, the wife of William. The prospect of a Roman Catholic dynasty in the kingdoms was now likely. Already troubled by the King's Catholicism and his close ties with France, key leaders of the Tories united with members of the opposition Whigs and set out to resolve the crisis by inviting William of Orange to England. The expression "Glorious Revolution" was first used by John Hampden in late 1689, and is an expression that is still used by the British Parliament. The Glorious Revolution is also occasionally termed the Bloodless Revolution, albeit inaccurately. In England there were two significant clashes between the two armies, and anti-Catholic riots in several towns. The...

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Titel: Geschichte Englands in Der Frühen Neuzeit
Untertitel: Glorious Revolution, Heinrich Viii., Elisabeth I., Francis Drake, Walter Raleigh, Wilhelm Iii., Guy Fawkes, Jakobiten, Georg Iii., Jakob I., Oliver Cromwell, Richard Cromwell, Weltumsegelung Des Francis Drake, Karl Ii., Anne Boleyn
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EAN: 9781159171476
ISBN: 978-1-159-17147-6
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Books LLC, Reference Series
Genre: Lebensdeutung
Anzahl Seiten: 614
Gewicht: 882g
Größe: H227mm x B154mm x T38mm
Jahr: 2011