There were 13 gun-powder plotters
Gun Powder is the most important thing in a war because if you don't have gun powder you wouldn't stand a chance.
the gun powder plot
so they could have fun
Attempt to overthrow the government of England.
Name from parliament named concence
the day before bonfire night
i mean about Guy Fawkes and gun powder plot
Guy Fawkes ... The Gun Powder Plot To Blow Up The Queens Thing
They did it because they wanted to kill the king, and the government.
In the basement of the House of Commons, UK.
why was the gunpowder so important to oliver cromwell
13 Some say unlucky
The gun powder plot is when guy Fawkes blew up the houses of Parliment ( parliment isn't spelt right)With gun powder but he got caught and got executed It took place in 16th century.
There was a plot to blow up the British Houses of Parliament, often referred to as the Gun Powder Plot.
It was a plot to blow up the UK parliament buildings, and over throw the government.
Robert Catesby was the leader of the gun powder plot. Many people say that Guido Fawkes (Guy fawkes) was the leader but he was hired to light the fuse by Robert Catesby and his followers. If you want more information on the gunpowder plot of 1605, take a look at the link below:
He's famous for the gun powder plot to blow up Parliament.
Gun powder is made from Gun powder
The King's guards found Guy Fawkes about to light the gunpowder.
Cathlics hated and we English have a massive party every year in which we burn stuff
He tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament but was caught and burned at the stake.
If you put too much gun powder, your gun would blow up, if you didn't put enough, it wouldn't shoot.
It's significant because - had it succeeded, we would have had a completely different Royal family and government.
The Peasant's Revolt - the Gunpowder Plot was the 17th Century, and Waterloo the 19th