Trial Of Charles I

The 'trial' at Westminster of King Charles I of Great Britain, where the army, not parliament, stood at the back of his judges, circa 1649. Three times he refused to plead, denying the competence of such a court, which was treated as a confession of guilt. He was put to death on the scaffold at Whitehall. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
The 'trial' at Westminster of King Charles I of Great Britain, where the army, not parliament, stood at the back of his judges, circa 1649. Three times he refused to plead, denying the competence of such a court, which was treated as a confession of guilt. He was put to death on the scaffold at Whitehall. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Trial Of Charles I
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Credit:
Hulton Archive / Stringer
Editorial #:
2636254
Collection:
Hulton Royals Collection
Date created:
02 January, 1754
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Source:
Hulton Royals Collection
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HF0286
Object name:
96f07/huch/3214/16
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