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  1. Richard Cromwell, ( Huntingdon, el 4 de octubre de 1626 - Cheshunt el 12 de julio de 1712 ). Hijo de Oliver Cromwell, a la muerte de su padre se convirtió en Lord Protector de Inglaterra, Escocia e Irlanda, cargo que ocupó del 3 de septiembre de 1658 al 25 de mayo de 1659.

  2. Richard Cromwell (nacido LeRoy Melvin Radabaugh; Long Beach, California, 8 de enero de 1910 - Hollywood, 11 de octubre de 1960) fue un actor cinematográfico estadounidense. Su verdadero nombre era LeRoy Melvin Radabaugh, y profesionalmente también fue conocido como Dick Cromwell.

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    • Lord Protector (1658–59)
    • Later years (1659–1712)

    Richard Cromwell was an English statesman who was the second and last Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland and son of the first Lord Protector, Oliver Cromwell. On his father's death in 1658 Richard became Lord Protector, but lacked authority. He tried to mediate between the army and civil society and allowed a Parlia...

    Cromwell was born in Huntingdon on 4 October 1626, the third son of Oliver Cromwell and his wife Elizabeth. Little is known of his childhood. He and his three brothers were educated at Felsted School in Essex close to their mother's family home. There is no record of his attending university. In May 1647, he became a member of Lincoln's Inn, howeve...

    Oliver Cromwell had risen from being an unknown member of Parliament in his forties to being a commander of the New Model Army, which emerged victorious from the English Civil War. When he returned from a final campaign in Ireland, Oliver Cromwell became disillusioned at inconclusive debates in the Rump Parliament between Presbyterians and other sc...

    In 1653, Richard Cromwell was passed over as a member of Barebone's Parliament, although his younger brother Henry was a member of it. Neither was he given any public role when his father was made Lord Protector in the same year; however, he was elected to the First Protectorate Parliament as M.P. for Huntingdon and the Second Protectorate Parliame...

    Oliver Cromwell died on 3 September 1658, and Richard was informed on the same day that he was to succeed him. Some controversy surrounds the succession. A letter by John Thurloe suggests that Cromwell nominated his son orally on 30 August, but other theories claim either that he nominated no successor, or that he put forward Charles Fleetwood, his...

    During the political difficulties of the winter of 1659, there were rumours that Cromwell was to be recalled as Protector, but these came to nothing. In July 1660, Cromwell left for France, never to see his wife again. While there, he went by a variety of pseudonyms, including John Clarke. He later travelled around Europe, visiting various European...

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    Richard Cromwell also known as Roy Radabaugh, was an American actor. His career was at its pinnacle with his work in Jezebel with Bette Davis and Henry Fonda and again with Fonda in John Ford's Young Mr. Lincoln. Cromwell's fame was perhaps first assured in The Lives of a Bengal Lancer, sharing top billing with Gary Cooper and Franchot Tone. That f...

    Cromwell was born LeRoy Melvin Radabaugh in Long Beach, California, the second of five children, to his mother Fay B. and his father, Ralph R. Radabaugh, who was an inventor. In 1918, when Radabaugh was still in grade school, his father died suddenly, one of the millions of people who perished during the "Spanish flu" pandemic. Radabaugh enrolled a...

    Radabaugh can be seen in King of Jazz, along with the film's star, Paul Whiteman and his orchestra. On a whim, friends encouraged him to audition in 1930 for the remake of the Richard Barthelmess silent: Tol'able David. Radabaugh won the role over thousands of hopefuls. In storybook fashion, Harry Cohn gave him his screen name and launched his care...

    Back in California for good, Cromwell was married once, briefly, to actress Angela Lansbury, when she was 19 and Cromwell was 35. Cromwell and Lansbury eloped and were married in a small civil ceremony on September 27, 1945, in Independence, California. In her authorized biography, Balancing Act, Lansbury recounts her life with Cromwell, as well as...

    In July 1960, Cromwell signed with producer Maury Dexter for 20th Century Fox's planned production of The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come, co-starring Jimmie Rodgers, Bob Dix, and Neil Hamilton who replaced Cromwell in the film. Cromwell became ill and died on October 11, 1960 in Hollywood of liver cancer, at the age of 50. He is interred at Fairha...

  3. Richard Cromwell, (born Oct. 4, 1626—died July 12, 1712, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, Eng.), lord protector of England from September 1658 to May 1659. The eldest surviving son of Oliver Cromwell and Elizabeth Bourchier, Richard failed in his attempt to carry on his father’s role as leader of the Commonwealth.

  4. 07/03/2014 · Richard Cromwell, un caso único en la historia de Gran Bretaña Richard era hijo de Oliver Cromwell, una de las figuras históricas más prominentes de Inglaterra que lideró un proceso sin precedentes en su país que concluyó no sólo con la destitución de un monarca ungido y coronado, sino incluso con su ejecución.

  5. 02/12/2020 · Richard Cromwell proved to be nothing like his father, so much so that within eight months of inheriting his mantle, he ended up resigning from his role of Lord Protector. The fate of the country was settled by the new parliament which immediately voted in favour of the monarchy.

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