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The Roots of the Irish Rebellion

The Roots of the Irish Rebellion Copyrighted image Credit: The Open University
Introductory Level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jan 2001
What were the roots of the Irish Rebellion?

The Highland Dimension

The Highland Dimension Copyrighted image Credit: Wark Clements
Introductory Level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jan 2001
Religion and taxes were nothing alongside clan loyalties, skewing the Highland Dimension

Parliament - Splits and Divisions

Parliament - Splits and Divisions Copyrighted image Credit: Wark Clements
Introductory Level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jan 2001
Parliament wouldn't be Parliament without a few splits and divisions

Truce in Ireland

Truce in Ireland Copyrighted image Credit: Wark Clements
Introductory Level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jan 2001
While Charles enjoyed military success on the mainland, he attempted to secure a truce in Ireland

Newbury and Donnington

Newbury and Donnington Creative commons image Credit: Michael Keen under CC-BY-NC-ND licence
Introductory Level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jan 2001
The Parliamentarians sailed close to split after defeat at Newbury and Donnington

Strafford on trial

Strafford on trial Copyrighted image Credit: Wark Clements
Introductory Level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jan 2001
The odds were being stacked even as he was being arraigned: Strafford on trial

Total War - 1644-1645

Total War - 1644-1645 Copyrighted image Credit: Wark Clements
Introductory Level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jan 2001
Marston Moor marked the start of a new, deeper phase of the war

The Second Bishops' War

The Second Bishops' War Copyrighted image Credit: Wark Clements
Introductory Level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jan 2001
Charles was once again outflanked during the Second Bishops' War

The First Bishops' War

The First Bishops' War Copyrighted image Credit: Wark Clements
Introductory Level Duration 5 mins Updated 07 Jan 2001
Not going the King's way: Charles faced a setback in the First Bishops' War