The English Civil War was a turning point in English history which led to the establishment of the English Imperium, it was fought through 1500 to 1501 between the English and French and the Scottish, Irish Rebels, and other insurrectionists.
Treaty of Calais
During the Treaty of Calais, Scotland managed to incude itself via trade and idealism, it had merely begun to ease into the reign of the formerly English king Henry VII, what he was planning was to profit from trade to his people. What he was truly attempting was to relinquish the English king Richard III of England so his son, Prince Edward of Middleham, a welsh himself, to control his authority by embassy and asylum so eventually one of his children may be King or Queen in later years. He first stationed an embassy in London under the governship of French-Irish Diplomat Shia Welk. Scotland then set several bases in their borders in case of English attack of faith.
During Henry's "plan", Welk had attempted to unite England's Irish counties so they be in a more higher sect of politics and leadership to the Kingdom, but they proceeded to believe that they also deserved a more independant land free from the reign of Richard III, so tey sought independance through hostility, they attacked Swindon, England known as the invasion of Swindon. Richard III, enraged dispatched Prince Edward( Age 27) to lead an army of six thousand to destroy their resistance. But soon thereafter dozens of more rebellions took place in English controlled Irish land, Richard was forced to declare war on Scotland and Ireland due to him hearing of Henry's lordship of the country. Several battles were fought until they made a tempory ceasefire that lated for a month.
During such pause of bloodshed England begged to theKIng of France Louis the twelfth for reconciliation of their contract during the Treaty that stated that they must be assisted if there is uncontrollable rebellion. The King (Age 38) agreed in October of 1500 to agree to send soldiers, sent to areas such as Scottish attacks on Belgium and Artois.
In the second year of the war, disagreement of the King's wishes in England soon began when some Dukes of western England began to believe that the Irish were considered by the King to be non-believers of Roman Catholic faith. Irish Catholic themselves and excommunicated by the Pope during the reign of King Henry II, they soon thought killing the Irish was a lost cause. They soon dispatched thirteen hundred English citizens but were soon vanquished by Edward of Middleham's army of 1400. They were then rejoined to the English power of authority.
The Self proclaimed Kingdom of Ireland rebel armies had begun to decline, they had lost many battles andtheir territory became smaller by the month, they finally surrerndered at Cork and were forced to sign a treaty authored by the Governor. The Scots had continued fighting until Edward had invaded their borders and executed the General of Scottish official armies. After this, Scotland was entirely so enraged by his death they began to blame the casualties on Henry VII, they soon blamed this on his former nationality and no longer saw him as a Scottish king, they soon executed him by hanging by the consent of Richard III. Later the people crowned Arthur Tudor (Age 15) being born in Scotland, their leader in February of 1501
Rise of the Imperium
After the French withdrew from Scotland marking the end of the war, England sought to make itself stronger by creating a more combined empire, every Duke, Governor and King were gathered to sign an agreement to send additional messages to each other every month. This was known was the Articles of the Imperium.
Attack of Scone
Invasion of Swindon
Relief of Swindon
Battle of Loddenberry