Question: Who or what represented the two sides in the English Revolution?

Who or what represented the two sides during the English Civil War?

When the war finally started the two sides were army of the King and the army of Parliament.

Who won Cavaliers or Roundheads?

Some 200,000 lives were lost in the desperate conflict which eventually led to the victory of the Roundheads under Oliver Cromwell and the execution of the king in 1649.

What did Oliver Cromwell call himself?

Oliver Cromwell

His Highness Oliver Cromwell
Nickname(s) Old Noll Old Ironsides
Military service
Allegiance Roundhead
Branch/service Eastern Association (1643–1645) New Model Army (1645–1646)

Why were Parliamentarians called Roundheads?

To the Royalists, the Parliamentarians were ‘Roundheads’ – a reference to the shaved heads of the London apprentices who had been so active in demonstrating their support for Parliament during the months before the fighting began.

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