From George Monck to the Duke of Albemarle: His Contribution to Charles II's Government, 1660-1670

@article{Allen2010FromGM,
  title={From George Monck to the Duke of Albemarle: His Contribution to Charles II's Government, 1660-1670},
  author={David Allen},
  journal={Biography},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={124 - 95}
}
  • D. Allen
  • Published 24 June 2010
  • History
  • Biography
George Monck was the architect of Charles II's Restoration in 1660. Thereby he earned fame among royalists and was damned as a traitor by republicans. His personal myth was forever preserved in English history with his Restoration of Charles II. What he did in the remaining ten years of his life (1660-70) has been less studied by historians. This article examines his contribution to Charles II's Government as Duke of Albemarle. Although Albemarle enriched himself and his faction at Charles II's… 

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