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By the time James II died, the English had had enough of the Stuart family. They invited a German family to come and take over England, instead. By the time James II died, the English had had enough of the Stuart family. They invited a German family to come and take over England, instead.

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During the Glorious Revolution after James II had fleed to London he was captured by a fisherman and returned him to London. Then James escaped to Ireland and formed a Irish standing army. Then he got defeated by William at the Battle of the Boyne and went into permanant exile.

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He got out, and the big revolution went ahead without bloodshed. Hence its other name 'Bloodless Revolution'.

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