The Personal Rule and the Short Parliament would be the Prelude to the English Civil War.
The rise of Laudianism fueled by the hate of Arminian teachings led to more provocative actions by King Charles I.
King James I may have been a pragmatic monarch, but his son King Charles I was provocative.
The finances of the Crown and its attempts at reform. (Pound Sterling symbol not visible).
The Courts, favourites and characters of King James I and King Charles I.
The period of 1603-1702 saw a time of great political, religious and social change.