Oliver Cromwell (* 25. April 1599 in Huntingdon ; † 3. September 1658 in Westminster ) war während der kurzen republikanischen Periode der englischen Geschichte Lordprotektor von England , Schottland und Irland .
Since Oliver Cromwell's death as Lord Protector in 1658 his life, ambitions, motives and actions have been the subject of scholarly investigation and intense, often vitriolic, debate. Whatever position is taken on Cromwell, "Chief of Men"; or "Brave Bad Man", his importance as a key figure in one of the most troubled periods of British history is unassailable.
02/02/2022 · Oliver Cromwell was popular with some people and unpopular with others. A committed Puritan and ruthless military commander, he believed God wanted to punish a wicked king (Charles I) and that Parliament should have more political power than any other institution or person.
Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector and ruler of the English Commonwealth after the defeat and beheading of King Charles I during the English Civil War, died on 3 September 1658 of natural causes and was given a public funeral at Westminster Abbey equal to those of the monarchs who came before him.
28/05/2019 · Cuando murió Oliver Cromwell, enfermo de fiebres palúdicas y precozmente envejecido, su tercer hijo, Richard, ocupó su puesto en el gobierno, con un respeto absoluto a los deseos paternos ...
Thomas Cromwell, primo conte di Essex (Putney, 1485 circa – Tower Hill, 28 luglio 1540), è stato un politico inglese. Servì come primo ministro di re Enrico VIII dal 1532 al 1540. Il Lord Protettore d'Inghilterra, Oliver Cromwell (1599–1658), discendeva dalla sorella di Thomas, Catherine Cromwell.
14/12/2019 · In England Oliver was a common medieval name, however it became rare after the 17th century because of the military commander Oliver Cromwell, who ruled the country following the civil war. The name was revived in the 19th century, perhaps due in part to the title character in Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist (1838), which was about a poor orphan living on the streets of London.