✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ The White King: Charles I, Traitor, Murderer, Martyr By Leanda de Lisle ⚣ – E17streets4all.co.uk WINNER HISTORICAL WRITERS ASSOCIATION NON FICTION CROWN From the New York Times Bestselling author and master of narrative nonfiction comes the tragic story of Charles I his warrior ueen the English c WINNER HISTORICAL WRITERS ASSOCIATION NON FICTION CROWN King: Charles Epub Ý From the New York Times Bestselling author and master of narrative nonfiction comes the tragic story of Charles I his warrior ueen the English civil war and the trial that cost him his headBarely forty years after the England's golden age under Elizabeth the country was at war with itself split between loyalty to The White Kindle - the Crown and Parliament with armies raised in Scotland and Ireland and fighters arriving from Europe to wage war on English soil for the last time in England's history The English Civil War would set family against family friend against friend and its casualties were immense—a greater proportion of the population than in World War I England had become a failed stateAt the head of the disintegrating kingdom was the figure of the king Charles I In this vivid portrait—newly informed by previously unseen manuscripts including royal correspondence between the king and his ueen some of it written in code—Leanda de Lisle depicts a man who was not cruel enough for his cruel times He would not persecute his opponents in the bloody style White King: Charles I, Traitor, MOBI :ò of his Tudor antecedents or throw his servants to the wolves to save his own skin in the time honored royal style He was tutored by his father in the rights and obligations of kings but had none of his father's political subtlety and experience in survival In a court of remarkable women he was happily married—but to a French Catholic princess which caused consternation to his protestant subjects Principled and high minded he would White King: Charles I, Traitor, MOBI :ò pay a terrible price for the personal honor he so valued and for having enemies ruthless than he was Nothing however would reflect on his character as much as the scene at his terrible death speaking on the scaffold as a “martyr of the people”In his own destruction Charles did not sow the seeds of the monarchy's destruction but its rebirth England's revolution lasted eleven unhappy years and the Crown was then restored to national rejoicing Today England enjoys rule by parliament and monarch while the Church of England has the bishops Charles was determined to preserve More radical religious experimenters took their faith to the New World and the seeds of a republic leaving England to mend its wounds and restore its fortunes and future as the world's preeminent constitutional monarchy.
Leanda de Lisle is the author of King: Charles Epub Ý bestselling Tudor and Stuart history praised for meticulous research as well as strong narratives She has a Masters degree in history from Oxford University TUDOR her biography of the Tudor family was a top ten Sunday Times best seller BBC History book of the year Daily Telegraph book of the year and The White Kindle - History Today book of the year THE SISTERS WHO.
- 464 pages
- The White King: Charles I, Traitor, Murderer, Martyr
- Leanda de Lisle
- 04 May 2015 Leanda de Lisle