Heinemann Advanced History: Oliver Cromwell

Heinemann Advanced History: Oliver Cromwell

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  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 177 x 248 x 8mm | 60g
  • Heinemann
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • 0435327569
  • 9780435327569

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Part 1: Context and Key Themes1.The 1620s and 1630s and the early life of Oliver Cromwell2.What was the background to the outbreak of the civil war?3.Why did Cromwell rise to prominence in the First Civil War?4.What were the effects of the First Civil War?5.Why had Cromwell become Lord Protector by 1653?6.How successful was Cromwell in creating a settlement between 1653 and 1657?7.Why was Cromwell offered the crown in 1657, and why did he refuse it?8.Cromwell: key themes.Part 2: Analysis and Interpretation9.Historical sources and historiographyAssessment
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