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I'm sure Charlie had a few thoughts on the matter. -------------------------------------------------------------- No, he was executed after loosing the war with Oliver Cromwell, He had a large number of defeated supporters who would certainly not have agreed with his execution. Only 40 of the judges at his execution signed his death warrant with no execution, the rest were forced to sign it. In the end only about 59 of the original 132 judges signed the death warrant!!

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in many ways the decision to execute Charles 1 was the right one.

parliament considered him to be a traitor because whern the scots refused to agree to use the english prayer book, he sent his army to scottland in 1639 to force them. The English prayer book also had the catholic elements

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