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John Cartwright (1861-1941) was the Regent of the Restored Kingdom of England from 1912? until near the end of the Eurasian War, when he declared himself King John II of England and Scots and I of Wales, Ireland, and the Netherlands
Cartwright fought as a common soldier during the Third Global War, where he was shot in the leg during the Second Battle of Amsterdam. He nearly died of an infection, but went on to survive, due, he later claimed, to divine intervention. Cartwright walked with a limp the rest of his days.
In 1896, he became Prime Minister of England, a position which he held until the Restoration of the Crown, when he became Regent, a position which he made into a absolute dictator.
After the conquest of Scotland and Wales, he proclaimed himself King of those two kingdoms. He did the same with Ireland and the Netherlands. Later in the war, he would proclaim himself King of England and King Jean III of France as well.
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