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  1. Oliver Cromwell (Huntingdon, Inglaterra; 25 de abril de 1599-Londres, 3 de septiembre de 1658) fue un líder político y militar inglés. Convirtió a Inglaterra en una república denominada Mancomunidad de Inglaterra (en inglés, Commonwealth of England).

  2. Oliver Cromwell, anche noto in italiano come Oliviero Cromwell (Huntingdon, 25 aprile 1599 – Londra, 3 settembre 1658), è stato un militare e politico inglese.. Di fede puritana calvinista e in contrasto sia con la Chiesa anglicana che con la Chiesa cattolica, dopo essere stato alla testa delle forze che abbatterono temporaneamente la monarchia inglese, instaurando la repubblica del ...

  3. Oliver Cromwell (Huntingdon, 25 de abril de 1599 – Palácio de Whitehall, 3 de setembro de 1658), foi um militar e líder político inglês e, mais tarde, Lorde Protetor. Nascido no seio da nobreza rural , os primeiros quarenta anos da sua vida são pouco conhecidos.

  4. Oliver Cromwell (25 April 1599 – 3 September 1658) was an English military and political leader best known for making England a republic and leading the Commonwealth of England and primarily because of ethnic cleansing activities in Ireland euphemistically called as Cromwellian Genocide.

  5. 17/03/2015 · Oliver Cromwell remains one of our most famous characters in history. From 1649 to 1653, Parliament ran England but from Cromwell’s point of view, it was not a system that worked effectively and England, as a nation was suffering. As a result, Cromwell, backed by the army, sent home MP’s and he became the effective …

  6. Oliver Cromwell (25. duben 1599 – 3. září 1658) byl anglický vojevůdce a politik. Jako vojenský velitel přispěl k porážce královského vojska v občanské válce . Po popravě Karla I. roku 1649 byl vůdčí postavou Anglické republiky , obsadil Skotsko a Irsko a od roku 1653 až do své smrti roku 1658 vládl jako lord protektor Anglie, Skotska a Irska .

  7. One of the clauses in Magna Carta that remains a part of English Law today, concerns the right to justice and a fair trial. In this activity, the first in a series on this theme, pupils explore two legal cases (one historical and one contemporary) that both contributed to the development of the right to justice and a fair trial.

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