Who was the leader of the Roundheads?
Oliver Cromwell, the English prime minister of the time
The Royalists(Cavaliers) and the Parliment(roundheads). Oliver Cromwell was the leader of the Roundheads and Charles 1st was leader of the Cavaliers.
The Roundheads leader of the first and second English Civil War was Sir Thomas, Lord Fairfax, Lord General of the New Model Army.
Roundheads were supporters of Parliament during English Civil War. They believed that England should become a constitutional monarchy. Their leader was Lord Fairfax.
They believed that Charles 1st was the true leader of the country and that the roundheads stunk
Oliver Cromwell! 100% sure! U welcome. ;)
Oliver Cromwell Cromwell was famous because he was a leader along with Thomas Fairfax of the Roundheads in the English Civil War. The Roundheads There were two sides to the civil war; the Roundheads and the Cavaliers. The Roundheads included Puritans and Parliamentarians and a few others too. Cromwell was a Parliamentarian. The Civil War This broke out because of many reasons starting right back in the Tudor times. The reasons fell into three main… Read More
The roundheads supported parliament.
The Royalists (also called Cavaliers) who followed the King Charles 1 and the Roundheads whose leader was Oliver Cromwell
i did this homework a few months back, this is all i can remember. The cavaliers arrived into peterborough first, and hid at the cathedral. However, the roundheads had found them and tortured some of the cathedrals most prized possessions such as important documents and their stained glass windows. The roundheads then captured the cavaliers and sent them to burghley house, where most of them were killed. In addition to this, oliver cromwell, the leader… Read More
the roundheads didnt have any tactics at alll
The Cavaliers and Roundheads were opponents in the English Civil War. The Roundheads was a nickname given to the people who supported the Parliment, while the Cavaliers were the people who supported King Charles I.
Roundheads was the name given to soldiers who supported Cromwell and the Parliamentarians. They were called Roundheads after the shape of the helmets that they wore.
The roundheads won because they had smart ideas where as the cavaliers they didnt have any smart ideas. The roundheads had decent fighting gear but the cavaliers had loads but still didnt win.
The Roundheads supported Parliament. They fought against Charles I and his supporters who believed in Absolute Monarchy and the Divine Right of Kings.
Oliver Cromwell led the roundheads against the Cavaliers in the english civil war.
Parliamentarians - Roundheads-General>Thomas Fairfax-wore round hats and dull colours. Royalists (King Charles) - Cavaliers-Leader>Sir Charles Lucas-they worebright colours.
People who support the parliment
Puritans and Calvinists
parliamentarians and royalists
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at first lord Manchester and Lord Essex lead the roundheads but after the first battle Oliver Cromwell was put in charge
The cast of Peggie and the Roundheads - 1912 includes: Maude Derby as Peggie Claude King as Father
Puritans and Presbyterians almost always supported the Roundheads, while Church of England had many adherents in both the Roundheads and Cavaliers alike.
The roundheads were members or supporters of the Parliamentarians or Puritan party during the British civil war of the 1640's that led to the rise in power of Oliver Cromwell.
A+ Puritans and Calvinists
because they were
The Roundheads!! FUN FACT!!- They were called the roundheads because of the style of hair they wore!! It made their heads look round :P
There were some aristocrats on both sides. We associate the lords with the Royalists, but a few joined Cromwell and the Roundheads. Their armor was very different, but they had the same weaponry.
the roundheads was the nickname the royalists gave to the parliamentarians as an insult. Parliamentarians were puritan soldiers, Oliver Cromwell was also a Puritan (extreme protestant) and so he was in the Parliamentarian army.
The Roundheads won the war.
Pretty much round...
The Royalists nicknamed them Roundheads
== == They used canons, muskets, pikes and cavalry Roundheads used a variety of weapons: pikes, bows, lances, muskets, artillery, and matchbox rifles.
Charles I and Oliver Cromwell went against eachother. During this war, they both had supporters. Supporters of King Charles I and roundheads were the supporters of Oliver Cromwell and parliment.
Some differences between round heads and cavaliers are that roundheads made people captain if they were good at gatting everyone's attention and good at organization skills, unlike the cavaliers that made you a captain if you had lots of money. Also roundheads had better armour than cavaliers so they had a better chance of surviving.
They had round hair cuts and round helmets
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The Roundheads and the Cavaliers
alot and lets just leave it at that
to make the English win yhe fight
1662 to 1726
English Civil War
because they had the right points??
The Royalists (supporters of the king).
The Roundheads (Oliver Cromwell's army) hated the Cavaliers (Charles I army) because Charles I ruled without parliament so i think that's why the Roundheads hated the Cavaliers Hope that helped :)
The cavaliers were king Charles 1 troops in the English civil war. The Roundheads were led by Oliver Cromwell (parliament) and they won. Parliament (Roundheads), beat the king (cavaliers).
they are the people who either fought for parliament (round heads) or the king (royalists). they called the round-heads 'roundheads' because they cut their hair! they also called the royalists 'calivers' because they often rode Horses!
Game-On - 1995 Roundheads and Cavaliers 2-1 is rated/received certificates of: UK:15 (video rating) (1997)