The English Revolution
Brief the causes, course and analysis (Impact and significance) of the English Revolution.
There has never been an English Revolution. There was a Civil War in the 17th Century. Is this what you mean?
Do you mean the English Civil War or the Glorious Revolution?
In the 800s, Alfred the Great united the English and overthrew the Danish conquerors. Or are you talking about a cultural revolution? I don't think anyone knows what you are talking about. There was more than one English civil war, though most people think of the 1600s war involving King Charles, Parliament, and Oliver Cromwell as "THE English Civil War". I would Google it if I were you, because the question is so broad that the answers will be too long to explain everything fully.
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