Owning the King's Story: The Escape from Worcester
- The Origin of Charles II's Visitation of the University of Oxford in 1660. Beddard, R. A. // Parliamentary History (Edinburgh University Press);Nov2005, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p261
The article tells of King Charles II's visit to the University of Oxford in England in 1660. The return of King Charles II in May 1660 to Oxford found the university under presbyterian government. The article discusses the conflict that resulted from the university administration's political...
- The Reality Behind the Merry Monarchy. Harris, Tim // History Today;Jun2005, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p40
Features the late English King Charles II and his survival from a crisis that occurred from 1678 to 1681. Avoidance of the fates of his predecessor or successor; Restoration of monarchy in 1660; Mistresses of the king.
- Charles II and the RESTORATION. Ellis, Si&aciric;n // British Heritage;Sep2009, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p56
The article discusses the life and struggle of Charles II, King of England, Scotland and Ireland. It explores the political scene during the reign of the King's ancestors in England during seventeenth century. It examines the King's leadership when restored to England's throne after the death of...
- Royalty. // CCPA Monitor;Feb2010, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p37
The article presents quotes related to royalty, including from Catherine the Great, Charles II and Edward II.
- Thinking about Charles II. Delamothe, Tony // BMJ: British Medical Journal (Overseas & Retired Doctors Edition;7/11/2009, Vol. 339 Issue 7711, p77
In this article the author reflects on the qualities of Charles, the Prince of Wales, as future king of Great Britain by comparing his attitudes toward scientific evidence and belief with that of King Charles II. The reason behind the objection of the prince to a new development is discussed and...
- CHARLES II AND THE POLITICS OF SURVIVAL. Goodlad, Graham // History Review;Mar2010, Issue 66, p1
The article discusses the reign of English king Charles II and the history of royal succession in Great Britain. The author reflects on the impact of the English Civil Wars and the Interregnum on the conduct of royal rule. Emphasis is given to the political skills of Charles in relationships...
- Book reviews. Spurr, John // English Historical Review;Oct92, Vol. 107 Issue 425, p966
Reviews the book `Charles II,' by John Miller.
- 62. CHARLES II. // Characters from 17th Century Histories & Chronicles;3/1/2006, p107
Chapter 62 of the book "Characters from 17th Century Histories and Chronicles," by various authors is presented. It deals with the richness of the short studies or characters of great men during the seventeenth century. It provides information on 17th century rulers and statesmen, its soldiers...
- 63. By BURNET. // Characters from 17th Century Histories & Chronicles;3/1/2006, p113
Chapter 63 of the book "Characters from 17th Century Histories and Chronicles," by various authors is presented. It deals with the richness of the short studies or characters of great men during the seventeenth century. It provides information on 17th century rulers and statesmen, its soldiers...