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    hypocrisy and ambition. Therefore, some historians believe that Cromwell was deterred because the majority of his senior officers were against the idea of the crown, as shown by R. Hutton (in Source 5), "Lambert, Fleetwood and Desborough all told the Protector that they would resign", this shows that there was a threat from the senior officers, particularly by those who "loved him". However, other historians find it difficult to believe ... ... middle of paper ... ...seen throughout the Protectorate

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    Oliver Cromwell Oliver Cromwell is one of the most controversial personalities in England's history. Many scientists have been arguing about him for centuries. Some of them assert that Cromwell was a hypocritical and selfish tyrant, rebelling only for the sake of money and fame, while others argue that he was a real revolutionary and fighter for wellbeing of the English nation. Who is right? What is a reasonable evaluation of Cromwell today? "The English bourgeois revolution of the 17th century

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    The Main Strengths and Weaknesses of the Protectorate, 1653-1658 Cromwell was installed as Lord Protector in December 1653, and throughout his time as Protector, Cromwell aimed to 'heal and settle' the wounds of the past and to create a 'godly England'. However, by the end of his life the Protectorate had the support of a narrow population. Nevertheless, the Protectorate had various strengths and weaknesses. An evident strength of the Protectorate was the aim to achieve a civilian based

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    Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, was a driven man. Cromwell was driven by his Puritan faith and the desire to see that faith sweep through all of the Commonwealth. Elected to Parliament for the first time in 1628 and then again in 1640 to both the Short and Long Parliaments. A Parliamentarian during the English Civil Wars, he was rapidly promoted to command in the New Model Army. Righteous and at times self-righteous, Cromwell’s letters and speeches

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    of paper ... ...of their deaths. The most poignant part of the play occurs in seeing the young princes talk happily and innocently to their uncle and "Lord Protector". York says "I shall not sleep quiet in the Tower", and we pity them, as they are young and afraid, and are forced to go there because, as the Prince says, "My Lord Protector needs will have it so". The children had appeared happy, and the Prince had shown wit and intelligence in his conversation with his uncle. This appears to be

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    Temperament Case Study

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    letters together and defines it as The Protectors which would be one of the 16 personality types. The protectors make about ten percent of the population and their “primary interest is in the safety and security of those they care about - their family, their circle of friends, their students, their patients, their boss, their fellow-workers, or their employees (Guardian Portrait of the Protector (ISFJ), n.d, para 1). Some of the characterisitics of a protector or nurturer is that these people live

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    Similarities between the Chef's Choice 609 and Chef's Choice 610 Dimensions Both the slicers are compact and look similar but the 610 weighs 16.3 x 12.4 x 11.9 inches whereas the 609 weighs 13 x 25 x 17 inches. Powerful motor Both models have a powerful motor which is gear driven with high torque. Even if you use it for slicing several food items and use it many times in a day the motor will not heat up like other slicers in the same range. Blade The highlight of the food slicers is the 7 inch

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    on a true story and A.O Neville is a real person. He is the Chief Protector of Aboriginals, a position of importance with considerable power, although even the title of the position seems to be loaded with imperious connotations. What I mean by this is that the government seems to have assumed a somewhat paternal role with regards to the aborigines. We know this because they have entitled A. O. Neville’s position “The Chief Protector of Aborigines”, which shows that the Australian government believes

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    true and fake virtues that compose or destroy a knight or lord. An ideal knight or lord encompasses all chivalrous qualities: altruism, generosity and respect. Such qualities are important for boosting morale of the respected army and country. However when standards are not met by knights or lords and a disregard of important lordly and knightly qualities is present then personal downfall is inevitable. According to the poet, an ideal lord is defined as being totally selfless and faithful toward

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    before noblemen the origin of this tree: there was maple and oak and the hard yew 10 and the dark holly: All together [they] were useful to the L(l)ord; All have one name, gallows; that often warded off (received) a weapon for its liege lord, a treasure in the hall, a gold-hilted sword. Now show me the answer 15 of this song, he who presumes to say in words how the wood is called. Most of the riddles contained in the Exeter Book have been answered to the satisfaction of

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