Cromwell dismisses MPs
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|Caption||The Dictator who stopped the Dancing. When, in 1653, self-interested MPs attempted to pass a law allowing them to rule indefinitely, Cromwell simply marched in with a body of troops and cleared the building. Inset: Oliver Cromwell. Original artwork for illustrations on p7 of L&L issue no. 915 (4 August 1979).|
|Creator||Andrew Howat, British (20th Century)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Parliament Oliver Cromwell MPs Mace Model Army soldiers Lord Protector Protectorate Speaker House of Commons Lower Chamber interregnum Cromwell dismisses Andrew Howat|
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