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miercuri, 18 mai 2011

Politics of War - Ep. 7

The Legacy of the Cromwell Order


The year is 1651, Sir Oliver Cromwell and the roundheads defeated Charles I and his royalists, soon after Charles I was founded guilty of high treason and sentenced to an execution. His son, Charles II was assassinated by a roundhead later on in the year in the home he resided in France. This meant that there was no more opposition left to establish the commonwealth so therefore Sir Oliver Cromwell officially established the Commonwealth of England.

Oliver Cromwell expected that sooner or later the other nations of the British Isles would join the Commonwealth with no resistance if he was to not conquer and force the other nations into the commonwealth.

The state of England experienced a very prosperous age as Sir Oliver Cromwell ruled England till his very last breath. However as his heir, Sir Richard Cromwell, Lord Protector, picked up the leadership of England, the time of reforms began. As Sir Richard Cromwell was a far more tolerant character than of his father, Sir Oliver Cromwell. Sir Richard Cromwell removed the strict laws of Protestantism which were placed by his father.

Sir Richard Cromwell grew tired of the delayed unification of the nations of the British Isles and blamed the long parliament which later, in 1668 he officially disestablished and banished from the state. Surprisingly Sir Richard Cromwell met no resistance as the people of the British Isles were tired of fighting civil wars, one after another and also the fact the majority of the British isle were in support of Sir Richard Cromwell’s actions.

After the news of a more tolerant and prosperous leader, in 1676 the Scottish officials had agreed on to join the English commonwealth, this was followed by Wales and the British island states in 1684 and last but not least, Ireland agreed to join in 1698. This meant that Great Britain was unified, Sir Oliver Cromwell's goals were reached but in a altered and far more peaceful way than he would of done himself.

In 1703 the head of states of each nation of the British Isles agreed in Westminster, London to a full unification. This meant that after over 40 years of fighting, talking and diplomatic actions, a full unification of the British Isles was established. This is the birth of the United Kingdom, leaded by Sir Richard Cromwell and his fellow head of states of Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

In 1712, Sir Richard Cromwell passed away but had accomplished many glories and victories that no one else ever could. The Cromwell dynasty grew and by 1845, all head of states were of the Cromwell dynasty.

1914, the year of Sir Adam Cromwell, a full descendant of Sir Oliver Cromwell and Sir Richard Cromwell, a man who has the courage to accomplish and furtherer process what his ancestors have accomplished. On the other hand, by this time the United Kingdom was a very tolerant nation, So both Catholics and Protestants lived with each other in peace and harmony with no social boundaries blocking them.

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